[ self--pley-juh-riz-uhm, ‐jee-uh-riz‐ ]
/ ˈsɛlf ˈpleɪ dʒəˌrɪz əm, ‐dʒi əˌrɪz‐ /
an act or instance of reusing ideas, passages, etc., from one’s previous work in another work and not referencing the original content; plagiarism of oneself: This article examines the legal and ethical aspects of self-plagiarism and fair use.
What Is A “Self-Own”?There aren’t many better places, it seems, to celebrate the mistakes of others than on social media. Naturally, this is the arena where self-own has had great popularity. So, what does it mean?
Related formsself-pla·gia·rize, verb (used without object), ‐ized, ‐iz·ing.
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Examples from the Web for self-plagiarism
The Spanish artist is, consequently, accused of want of genius and self-plagiarism.
This self-plagiarism sometimes worries us, as we are worried by a man whose conversation runs in ruts.Hours in a Library|Leslie Stephen