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  1. deprive

    • IPA[dəˈprīv]

    美式

    • v.
      deny (a person or place) the possession or use of something;depose (someone, especially a member of the clergy) from office
    • verb: deprive, 3rd person present: deprives, gerund or present participle: depriving, past tense: deprived, past participle: deprived

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    動詞

    • 1. deny (a person or place) the possession or use of something the city was deprived of its water supplies
    • depose (someone, especially a member of the clergy) from office Archbishop Bancroft deprived a considerable number of puritan clergymen
    • adj.
      suffering a severe and damaging lack of basic material and cultural benefits: the charity cares for destitute and deprived children

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      suffering a severe and damaging lack of basic material and cultural benefits: the charity cares for destitute and deprived children

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      suffering from a lack of sleep: late nights and early start times are leading to classrooms full of sleep-deprived students I'm much more productive at work now I'm not permanently sleep-deprived

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      suffering from a lack of sleep: late nights and early start times are leading to classrooms full of sleep-deprived students if a dog is sleep deprived he may become aggressive

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[dɪˈprʌɪv]

    英式

    • v.
      prevent (a person or place) from having or using something: the city was deprived of its water supplies

    Oxford Dictionary