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prostration (Noun) - /pros·tra·tion/ - /präˈstrāSHən/

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English to Chinese Dictionary Meaning of 'prostration'


prostration = 衰竭, 跪倒. 衰竭, 跪倒

English to English meaning of 'prostration'


1. the act of assuming a prostrate position
2. abject submission; the emotional equivalent of prostrating your body
3. a condition marked by dizziness and nausea and weakness caused by depletion of body fluids and electrolytes

Related Phrases of 'prostration'


1. nervous prostration - an emotional disorder that leaves you exhausted and unable to work
2. heat prostration - a condition marked by dizziness and nausea and weakness caused by depletion of body fluids and electrolytes

Synonyms of 'prostration'


burnout, collapse, exhaustion, frazzle, lassitude, fatigue, tiredness, weariness

Antonyms of 'prostration'


refreshment, rejuvenation, rejuvenescence, revitalization

Examples of 'prostration'


1. We heard reports of crazy lines, weeping, prostration and begging. Read Article
2. When a brand that big bends to earnest and reasonable requests from the crowd, it's not perceived as prostration to the enraged masses; it's a plus! Read Article
3. <an outpatient suffering from fever, prostration, and nausea>
4. Domestic U.S. politics, as evidenced by the prostration of Chuck Hagel t Read Article
5. Nsereko was accompanied by MPs Ssuubi Kiwanda, Mariam Nalubega, Moses Kasibante, Ken Lukyamuzi, Medard Sseggona and Gerald Karuhanga, whose prostration before the king drew wild cheers. Read Article
6. Men of religion also reject it, for they know that submitting and prostration are only acceptable before God. Read Article

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