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Is she tempted to write an autobiography? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I told him time after time to write his autobiography. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The celebrity autobiography is a way of binding celebrities to their fan base. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Celebrity autobiographies have also surely reached saturation point by now. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The autobiography accompanying the new album appears to be redundant. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her bestselling autobiography turned out to be the cherry on the cake of her commercial triumphs. Times, Sunday Times (2006)As it cools, write another autobiography. The Sun (2009)The cover for a bestselling autobiography, or what? Times, Sunday Times (2009)As he accepts, it would have been dishonest to write an autobiography without touching on this subject. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I expect his forthcoming autobiography will have the same effect. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I am delighted to talk about my character and life in my new autobiography. The Sun (2014)The company pushed celebrity autobiographies too hard long after the public had had its fill of other people's fabulous lives. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Beyond the headlines inspired by his recent autobiography, it is easy to recognise just how the modern game has transformed his life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In her new autobiography, the 29-year-old star tells how she was so delirious that she raged at hospital staff. The Sun (2012)IT was supposed to be his grand comeback - a new album and autobiography out on consecutive days after months of hard work. The Sun (2015)The rugby union star has vowed to address all the claims surrounding his personal life in his autobiography, due out in September. The Sun (2015)She is in talks for a 5million fee to write her autobiography, something she always said she would only do at the end of her career. The Sun (2013)
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British English: autobiography /ˌɔːtəʊbaɪˈɒɡrəfɪ; ˌɔːtəbaɪ-/ NOUN
Your autobiography is an account of your life, which you write yourself.
He published his autobiography last autumn.
- American English: autobiography
- Arabic: سِيْرَةٌ ذاتِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: autobiografia
- Chinese: 自传
- Croatian: autobiografija
- Czech: autobiografie
- Danish: selvbiografi
- Dutch: autobiografie
- European Spanish: autobiografía
- Finnish: omaelämäkerta
- French: autobiographie
- German: Autobiografie
- Greek: αυτοβιογραφία
- Italian: autobiografia
- Japanese: 自叙伝
- Korean: 자서전
- Norwegian: selvbiografi
- Polish: autobiografia
- European Portuguese: autobiografia
- Romanian: autobiografie
- Russian: автобиография
- Spanish: autobiografía
- Swedish: självbiografi
- Thai: อัตชีวประวัติ
- Turkish: otobiyografi
- Ukrainian: автобіографія
- Vietnamese: tiểu sử tự thuật
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