- make (someone) a slave；cause (someone) to lose their freedom of choice or action
verb: enslave, 3rd person present: enslaves, gerund or present participle: enslaving, past tense: enslaved, past participle: enslaved
- 1. make (someone) a slave the practice of enslaving prisoners of war eventually died out
- ▪ cause (someone) to lose their freedom of choice or action they were enslaved by their need to take drugs
- make (someone) a slave: the practice of enslaving prisoners of war eventually died out
...education system that is democratic, it is nothing more than ossified, enslaved and derails the legitimate meaning of education to cultivate the innate...
...慣用語) 2009-04-07 04:21:55 補充： keeping the many in chains, 是指 enslaved to his mortage 原文請見 http://transitioncalifornia.ning.com/forum/topics...
... Coast belonging to former European colonies enslaves workers generally paid from 13 to 160 dollars per year. 如有...