late 14c., "a negative assertion," c. 1500 as "self-denial," from Latin abnegationem (nominative abnegatio) "refusal, denial," noun of action from past participle stem of abnegare "to refuse, deny," from ab- "off, away from" (see ab-) + negare "to deny" (see deny).
1. They discussed the abnegation of God.
2. Men with that capacity for self - abnegation do not reach a Presidency.
具有那样 自我 克制能力的人根本当不了总统.
3. Such abnegation has become a popular tactic in these anti - political times.
这已成为 反 政府时代的流行伎俩.
4. Only spontaneous love flowing with sincere generosity and self - abnegation can fertilize the soul of others.
唯有充满诚挚慷慨与 自我 放弃、油然而生的爱才能丰盛他者的灵魂.
5. And, withal, a life of privation , isolation , abnegation chastity, with never a diversion.