- secession (n.)
- 1530s, from Latin secessionem (nominative secessio) "a withdrawal, separation; political withdrawal, insurrection, schism," noun of action from past participle stem of secedere "secede," from se- "apart" (see secret) + cedere "to go" (see cede). Originally in a Roman historical context, "temporary migration of plebeians from the city to compel patricians to address their grievances;" modern use in reference to religious or political unions dates from 1650s.
- 1. South Carolina passed an " ordinance of secession ", and prepared for war.
- 南卡罗来纳州通过了 “ 脱离联邦法令 ”, 准备打仗.
来自英汉非文学 - 历史
- 2. Of this nature appears to be the assumed right of secession.
- 3. This, they feel, may lay the groundwork for financial independence and secession.
- 他们觉得, 如此可以打下财政独立与成功的基础.
- 4. Vienna Secession is a symbolism junta of Vienna in the 19 th century.
- 5. CNN: The question I would ask is about the Anti - Secession Law.
- [美国cnn记者]我想问一个关于《 反 分裂国家法》的问题.
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