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Inglês Britânico: self-contained /ˈsɛlfˌkənˈteɪnd/ ADJECTIVE
You can describe someone as self-contained when they do not need help or resources from other people.
She's very self-contained.
  • Inglês Americano: self-contained
  • Árabe: مُسْتَقِلّ
  • Português Brasileiro: completo
  • Chinês: 不与他人往来的
  • Croata: samodovoljan
  • Tcheco: soběstačný
  • Dinamarquês: selvtilstrækkelig
  • Holandês: onafhankelijk
  • Espanhol Europeu: independiente
  • Finlandês: omavarainen
  • Francês: indépendant
  • Alemão: in sich geschlossen
  • Grego: αυτάρκης
  • Italiano: autonomo
  • Japonês: 内蔵型の
  • Coreano: 자급식의
  • Norueguês: selvstedig
  • Polonês: zamknięty w sobie
  • Português Europeu: auto-suficiente
  • Romeno: independent
  • Russo: самодостаточный
  • Espanhol: autosuficiente integral
  • Sueco: självständig
  • Tailandês: ซึ่งมีทุกอย่างพร้อมในตัว
  • Turco: kendine yeten
  • Ucraniano: нетовариський
  • Vietnamita: độc lập

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