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  1. self-se┬Ělect
  2. verb

    • 1. choose for oneself:

      participants were asked to self-select their titles, which were divided into executive and non-executive
    • 2. determine one's own status with regard to membership in a group:

      the crowd self-selects because this isn't a club for the passing trade


    • 1. allowing users to select:

      the chain decided to move condoms from the pharmacy counter to self-select stands
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: self-select, 3rd person present: self-selects, gerund or present participle: self-selecting, past tense: self-selected, past participle: self-selected