[self-ik-spresh-uh n, self-] /ˈsɛlf ɪkˈsprɛʃ ən, ˌsɛlf-/
the expression or assertion of one’s own personality, as in conversation, behavior, poetry, or painting.
the expression of one’s own personality, feelings, etc, as in painting, poetry, or other creative activity
- Self-extensible language
[“SEL – A Self-Extensible Programming Language”, G. Molnar, Computer J 14(3):238-242 (Aug 1971)]. (1994-12-15)
verb (used with object) 1. to put out (a fire, light, etc.); put out the flame of (something burning or lighted): to extinguish a candle. 2. to put an end to or bring to an end; wipe out of existence; annihilate: to extinguish hope. 3. to obscure or eclipse, as by superior brilliance. 4. Law. […]
- Self extracting archive
file format (SEA) An archive format used on the Apple Macintosh. Double-clicking a file of this type should extract its contents. (1995-05-02)
verb (used with object), self-fed, self-feeding. Agriculture. 1. to provide a supply of food to (animals) so as to allow them to eat as much and as often as they want. Compare hand-feed (def 1).