简明英汉词典

deprive
[di5praiv]
vt.
剥夺, 使丧失

美国传统词典[双解]

deprive
de.prive
AHD:[d1-prov“]
D.J.[di6praiv]
K.K.[d!6pra!v]
v.tr.(及物动词)
de.privedde.priv.ingde.prives

(1)

To take something away from:
拿走,抢夺:从…拿走某物:
The court ruling deprived us of any share in the inheritance.
法庭裁决剥夺了我们全部的继承权

(2)

To keep from possessing or enjoying; deny:
拒绝,否认:禁止拥有或享受;否认:
They were deprived of a normal childhood by the war.
由于战争,他们失去了一个正常的童年时代

(3)

To remove from office.
免职,罢免:除去官职

语源

(1)

Middle English depriven
中古英语 depriven

(2)

from Old French depriver
源自 古法语 depriver

(3)

from Medieval Latin d?ov3re}
源自 中世纪拉丁语 d?ov3re}

(4)

Latin d?- [de-]
拉丁语 d?- [前缀,表“从…拿走”]

(5)

Latin pro3re} [to rob] from pros [alone, without] * see per 1
拉丁语 pro3re} [抢劫] 源自 pros [单独,没有] *参见 per 1

继承用法

deprivable
adj.(形容词)

现代英汉词典

deprive
[dI5praIv]
vt.
deprived, depriving

(1)

(常与of 连用)

(2)

剥夺;夺去

(3)

免去

现代英汉综合大辞典

deprive
[di5praiv]
vt.

(1)

夺去, 剥夺; 使丧失(of)

(2)

撤职, 免去...的职务

(3)

使不能有; 使不能享受
She was deprived of schooling at ten.
她10岁时就失学了。
Sickness deprived me of the pleasure of meeting you.
疾病使得我未能和你经常欢聚。

继承用法

deprivable
[di5praivEbl]
adj.

deprived
adj.

depriver
n.

习惯用语

deprive sb. of...
剥夺某人的..., 使某人丧失...; 免去某人(职务)

用法词典

deprive
中古英语depriven <拉丁语deprivare
英文相关词典

deprive
take away    take from    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

deprive
剥夺

美国传统词典

deprive
de.prive
AHD:[d1-prov“]
D.J.[di6praiv]
K.K.[d!6pra!v]
v.tr.
de.prived, de.priv.ing, de.prives

(1)

To take something away from:
The court ruling deprived us of any share in the inheritance.

(2)

To keep from possessing or enjoying; deny:
They were deprived of a normal childhood by the war.

(3)

To remove from office.

语源

(1)

Middle English depriven

(2)

from Old French depriver

(3)

from Medieval Latin d?ov3re}

(4)

Latin d?- [de-]

(5)

Latin pro3re} [to rob] from pros [alone, without] * see per 1

继承用法

deprivable
adj.

英汉法学大词典

deprive
v.夺

英汉化学大词典

deprive
vt.剥夺,夺去,使...丧失

英汉计算机大词典

deprive
vt.剥夺(夺去,使...丧失

英汉水利大词典

deprive
n.剥夺,夺去,夺取

英汉心理学大词典

deprive
剥夺

英汉中医大词典

deprive
n.夺去,燥除

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