- adj. 变节的；脱党的；背教的
- n. 脱党者；变节者；叛教者
前缀apo-, 离开。词根st, 站立，同stand. 即放弃原先立场。
- apostate (n.)
- mid-14c., "one who forsakes his religion or faith," from Old French apostate (Modern French apostat) and directly from Late Latin apostata, from Greek apostasia "defection, desertion, rebellion," from apostenai "to defect," literally "to stand off," from apo- "away from" (see apo-) + stenai "to stand." Used in non-religious situations (politics, etc.) from mid-14c.
- apostate (adj.)
- late 14c.; see apostate (n.).
- 1. The most furious anarchist become the most barefaced apostate.
- 2. I'm awfully glad you have made an apostate of me all the same!
- 3. Extremes meet . the most furious anarchist become the most barefaced apostate.
- 两极相通. 最激烈的无政府主义者,居然成了最露骨的变节者.
- 4. Extremes meet . the most anarchist become the most barefaced apostate.
- 5. They branded her an apostate by imperial forces to vilify Islam. ""
- 他们指责她为“帝国主义者派来低毁伊斯兰教的叛教者 ”.
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