- cut off the head of (someone), especially as a form of execution
verb: behead, 3rd person present: beheads, gerund or present participle: beheading, past tense: beheaded, past participle: beheaded
- 1. cut off the head of (someone), especially as a form of execution Mary was beheaded at Fotheringhay
- cut off the head of (someone), especially as a form of execution: the king was beheaded
Oxford American Dictionary
...的由來吧. It commemorates 72 Chinese who were beheaded in 1911 by the Manchu court at the beginning of the republican revolution...
...unfortunate souls were subject to beatings, imprisonment, and sometimes beheading by the Chinese or hostile aborigines. 這些不幸的靈魂受到中國人...
...rdquo; One cannot claim oneself unmatched in the world even he can behead a bear unarmed or fight a tiger and flay it as booty. 參考一下唄