self-critical

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self-crit·i·cal

(sĕlf′krĭt′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Critical of oneself and one's faults and weaknesses: "In my experience, no species of performing artist is as self-critical as a dancer" (Susan Sontag).

self′-crit′i·cal·ly adv.
self′-crit′i·cism n.

self-critical

adj
critical of oneself: his self-critical attitude.

self`-crit′ical



adj.
1. capable of criticizing oneself objectively.
2. tending to find fault with one's own actions, motives, etc.
self`-crit′ically, adv.
self`-crit′icism, n.
Translations

self-critical

[ˌselfˈkrɪtɪkl] ADJautocrítico
References in classic literature ?
The frankness of such a secretly outspoken thought could not go without some derisive self-criticism.
Hui Jian, secretary of Zhangjiakou Municipal Committee of the CPC, and Mayor Wu Weidong were asked to make self-criticisms, while deputy secretary of the municipal Party committee Liu Baoqi and Vice Mayor Yan Wanglin were given warnings.
Divided in different fronts, the accusations are articulated in a form in which radical standpoints, self-criticisms and certain content from its realization do not lack.