slavery

英 ['sleɪv(ə)rɪ] 美 ['slevəri]
  • n. 奴役;奴隶制度;奴隶身分
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slavery 奴隶制

slave,贩卖奴隶,-ery,名词后缀。

slavery (n.)
1550s, "severe toil, hard work, drudgery;" from slave (v.) + -ery. Meaning "state of servitude" is from 1570s; meaning "keeping or holding of slaves" is from 1728.
1. They called on the authorities to make slavery a punishable offence.
他们呼吁当局将蓄奴定为一种应该受到惩罚的罪行。

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2. After 1760 few Americans refrained from condemning slavery as evil.
1760年后,很多美国人都在谴责奴隶制的社会危害。

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3. My people have survived 400 years of slavery.
我们的人民从400年的奴隶制中挺了过来。

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4. They thought slavery was morally wrong.
他们认为奴隶制在道义上是错误的。

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5. the abolition of slavery
奴隶制的废除

来自《权威词典》

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