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BNC: 9750 COCA: 8852

— persecution

/ˌpɚsɪˈkjuːʃən/ noun
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BNC: 9750 COCA: 8852

persecution

noun

per·​se·​cu·​tion ˌpər-si-ˈkyü-shən How to pronounce persecution (audio)
1
: the act or practice of persecuting especially those who differ in origin, religion, or social outlook
2
: the condition of being persecuted, harassed, or annoyed

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web In Florida: Trump, who was in New York when agents descended on Mar-a-Lago, has blasted federal officials, claiming the search is the latest example of his ongoing political persecution. Laura L. Davis, USA TODAY, 10 Aug. 2022 Because of laws in effect at that time, qualifying children of American descent were allowed to emigrate to America, allowing her family to escape persecution in Vietnam. The Salt Lake Tribune, 23 Aug. 2022 Event moderator Henry Reese, 73, a co-founder of an organization that offers residencies to writers facing persecution, was also attacked. CBS News, 13 Aug. 2022 Event moderator Henry Reese, 73, a co-founder of an organization that offers residencies to writers facing persecution, was also attacked. Joshua Goodman, Fortune, 13 Aug. 2022 The Gnostics actually hid there to avoid facing persecution from other Christians for their beliefs. Owen Myers, EW.com, 30 June 2022 For Urquhart, the Divine Assembly is reviving the intimate tradition of the house church, when early followers of Christ worshiped in each other’s homes, and avoided persecution from the Roman Empire. Cassady Rosenblum, Rolling Stone, 28 June 2022 The restaurant is unique in its employment of former residents of Freedom House, a temporary home for asylum-seeking survivors of persecution from around the globe. Susan Selasky, Detroit Free Press, 19 June 2022 Thousands of Afghans who worked for the U.S. or face persecution from the Taliban have been left behind. Los Angeles Times, 5 Oct. 2021 See More

Word History

First Known Use

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Time Traveler
The first known use of persecution was in the 14th century
BNC: 9750 COCA: 8852
persecution

noun

ADJECTIVE | VERB + PERSECUTION | PERSECUTION + NOUN | PHRASES ADJECTIVEsystematic有計劃有步驟的迫害brutal, severe殘酷的/嚴酷的迫害political, racial15 :pooler-->, religious政治/種族/宗教迫害VERB + PERSECUTIONbe subject to, be subjected to, endure, experience, face, suffer, suffer from受到迫害;忍受迫害;經歷迫害;面臨迫害;遭受迫害Some students returning to the country may face political persecution.一些回國的學生可能會面臨政治迫害。avoid, escape from, flee from逃離迫害fear害怕遭到迫害He feared persecution by the military.他害怕遭到軍方的迫害。end結束迫害PERSECUTION + NOUNcomplex受迫害妄想症She started to have a persecution complex when she couldn't get a job.由於找不到工作,她開始患上了受迫害妄想症。PHRASESdelusions of persecution, feelings of persecution受迫害的錯覺/感覺(a) fear of persecution對遭受迫害的恐懼a victim of persecution受迫害的人
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persecution
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迫害

0_0: Translations of persecution
  • # n.
    煩擾: chevy, chivvy, chivy, harass, harassment, persecution
    迫害: persecution

0_0: Definitions of persecution
  • # noun.
    - hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of race or political or religious beliefs.
    * her family fled religious persecution

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