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  1. abuse

    • v.
      use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse;make excessive and habitual use of (alcohol or drugs, especially illegal ones)
    • n.
      the improper use of something;unjust or corrupt practice
    • noun: abuse, plural noun: abuses

    • verb: abuse, 3rd person present: abuses, gerund or present participle: abusing, past tense: abused, past participle: abused

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse:

      the judge abused his power by imposing the fines

    • 2. make excessive and habitual use of (alcohol or drugs, especially illegal ones):

      at various times in her life she abused both alcohol and drugs

    • 3. treat (a person or an animal) with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly:

      riders who abuse their horses should be prosecuted

    • 4. assault (someone, especially a woman or child) sexually:

      he was a depraved man who had abused his two young daughters

    • 5. masturbate.
    • 6. use or treat in such a way as to cause damage or harm:

      he had been abusing his body for years

    • 7. speak in an insulting and offensive way to or about (someone):

      the referee was abused by players from both teams

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the improper use of something:

      alcohol abuse

      an abuse of public funds

    • 2. unjust or corrupt practice:

      protection against fraud and abuse

      human rights abuses

    • 3. cruel and violent treatment of a person or animal:

      a black eye and other signs of physical abuse

    • 4. violent treatment involving sexual assault, especially on a repeated basis:

      young people who have suffered sexual abuse

    • 5. insulting and offensive language:

      waving his fists and hurling abuse at the driver

    • adj. (of a person or animal) treated with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly:

    • abused children

      an abused rescue dog

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    • adj. (of a person or animal) treated with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly:

    • abused children

      an abused rescue dog

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    • n. behaviour which causes damage or harm to oneself:

    • he drove us stupid with tales of his past self-abuse

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    • n. behavior which causes damage or harm to oneself:

    • he drove us stupid with tales of his past self-abuse

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    • n. the habitual taking of illegal drugs.

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    • n. physical maltreatment or sexual molestation of a child:

    • the campaign urges action over a sickening report on child abuse

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    • n. the use of certain volatile organic solvents as intoxicants by inhalation, e.g. glue-sniffing.

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    • n. the alleged sexual abuse or murder of people, especially children, supposedly committed as part of satanic rituals.

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    • v.
      use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse:
    • the judge abused his power by imposing the fines
    • n.
      the improper use of something:
    • alcohol abuse

      an abuse of public funds

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  2. 知識+

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    • Prison Abuse Investigated

      (1)Two state investigations by the Attorney General's office came up empty handed 州政府啟動的兩項調查(一是由檢察署Attorney General's office, 另一由Department of Correction獄政司)都...

    • 幫我寫一篇英文作文

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