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self-image
American English: /ˈˌsɛlf ˈɪmɪdʒ/

Translation of self-image in Spanish:

noun

  • imagen (feminine) de sí mismo
    Example sentences
    • The introject and the corresponding self-image of the mourner are in a constant and endless relationship.
    • Processing thinking is also misused by most adolescents to create artificial self-images or egos by erroneously thinking that their worth is connected to external conditions, possessions, looks, and behavior.
    • Human beings have needs that make living meaningful, create favorable self-images and enhance close relations with other people.

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