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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-explanatoryˌself-exˈplanatory adjective  OBVIOUSclear and easy to understand without needing any more explanation The video controls are pretty self-explanatory.
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self-explanatoryI think the colours are self-explanatory.The commercial non-sport sector is the only one of these that is not self-explanatory.The self-defence side of the art is perhaps self-explanatory.It should be self-explanatory and easy to understand.The questionnaire was designed to be largely self-explanatory and relatively quick to complete.The further subdivision of natural hazards is self-explanatory as is that of individual technological hazards.However, it is as naive to regard religious divisions as self-explanatory as it is to see nationalisms so.Most of these points are self-explanatory but the first one, the misrepresentation, requires further discussion.The Maxim toaster wins points for its elegant design and self-explanatory controls.
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