Definition of autodidactic in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌdīˈdaktik/


See autodidact

‘In her lifetime she noted that her work highlighted the unfortunate divide between autodidactic and certified professional therapy.’
  • ‘Helene got him a topflight classical guitar teacher, who found the boy stubbornly autodidactic.’
  • ‘‘The autodidactic element was one of the identifying characteristics of the New Swiss film, both for filmmakers and technicians’.’
  • ‘Her instruments inspired the formation of the local senior citizens' gourd band, whose music testifies to the unbounded nature of autodidactic innovation.’
  • ‘Those of us who are autodidactic don't learn from one source.’