self-employed


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self-em·ployed

(sĕlf′ĕm-ploid′)
adj.
Earning one's livelihood directly from one's own trade or business rather than as an employee of another.

self′-em·ploy′ment n.
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self-employed

adj
(Commerce) earning one's living in one's own business or through freelance work, rather than as the employee of another
ˌself-emˈployment n
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self′-employed′



adj.
earning one's living from one's own profession or business.
[1945–50]
self′-employ′ment, n.
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Adj.1.self-employed - working for yourself
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self-employed

adjective independent, temporary, freelance, consulting, out-of-house We want more support for self-employed people.
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Translations

self-employed

[ˌselfɪmˈplɔɪd] ADJautónomo, que trabaja por cuenta propia
to be self-employedser autónomo, trabajar por cuenta propia
the self-employedlos trabajadores autónomos, los que trabajan por cuenta propia
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self-employed

[ˌsɛlfɪmˈplɔɪd]
1. adj (worker) → autonomo/a, che lavora in proprio
2. npl the self-employedi lavoratori autonomi
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self-employed

(selfimˈploid) adjective
working for oneself and not employed by someone else. a self-employed dressmaker.
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self-employed

حُرُّ الـمِهْنَة samostatně výdělečně činný selvstændig selbständig αυτοαπασχολούμενος autónomo, independiente itsenäinen yrittäjä indépendant privatnik autonomo 自営業の 자영업의 zelfstandig selvstendig næringsdrivende pracujący na własny rachunek autónomo, autônomo работающий на себя egen företagare การเป็นนายของตัวเอง serbest çalışan tự làm chủ 自雇的
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