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sacrificing
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
sacrifice /'sækrifais/
  • danh từ
    • sự giết (người, vật) để cúng thần
    • người bị giết để cúng thần; vật bị giết để cúng thần
    • sự hy sinh
      • to make sacrifices for the fatherland: hy sinh vì tổ quốc
      • the last (great) sacrifice: sự tử trận (hy sinh) vì nước
    • sự bán lỗ; hàng bán lỗ; sự lỗ
    • động từ
      • cúng, cúng tế
      • hy sinh
        • to sacrifice one's whole life to the happiness of the people: hy sinh tất cả cuộc đời mình cho hạnh phúc của nhân dân
      • bán lỗ
    Concise Dictionary
    sacrifices|sacrificed|sacrificing'sækrɪfaɪs
    noun
    +the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc.
    +personnel that are sacrificed (e.g., surrendered or lost in order to gain an objective)
    +a loss entailed by giving up or selling something at less than its value
    +the act of killing (an animal or person) in order to propitiate a deity
    +(sacrifice) an out that advances the base runners
    verb
    +endure the loss of
    +kill or destroy
    +sell at a loss
    +make a sacrifice of; in religious rituals

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 immolation, surrender, forfeiture, forgoing, giving up, yielding up, offering (up), offer, Christian religion oblation:
    The Aztec religion demanded the sacrifice of human beings.
    2 forfeiture, forgoing, giving up, relinquishment, loss:
    Mrs Clinton continues her charitable work at the sacrifice of much of her time.
    v.
    3 immolate, offer (up), yield (up), give up:
    In their religion, they were required to sacrifice small animals to propitiate the gods
    4 give up, forgo, forfeit, relinquish, surrender, let go, lose, yield, renounce, forswear; forbear, desist, cease, stop, refrain from:
    She was quite ready to sacrifice her inheritance to see justice done. If you sacrificed smoking you could give the money you save to charity.


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