English version

be of your own making

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe of your own makingbe of your own makingFAULT/BE somebody'S FAULTproblems that are of your own making have been caused by you and no one else He admits that a lot of his troubles are entirely of his own making. making
Examples from the Corpus
be of your own makingHe knew it was of his own making but that was not useful knowledge because he could not unmake it.Part of this is of his own making.The mink has had a chequered relationship with us, but we must remember that the changes are of our own making.Yet much of her frustration was of her own making and within herself.They frequently have to deal with awkward and unpleasant problems which may or may not be of their own making.The problems faced by the accountancy profession are of its own making.
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