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self-pit·y

(sĕlf′pĭt′ē)
n.
Pity for oneself, especially exaggerated or self-indulgent pity.

self′-pit′y·ing adj.
self′-pit′y·ing·ly adv.
Translations

self-pitying

[ˌselfˈpɪtɪɪŋ]
A. ADJautocompasivo
B. Nautocompasión f
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