• n. 祈免;贬低;反对
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deprecation (n.)
c. 1500, "prayer to avert evil," from Middle French deprécation, from Latin deprecationem (nominative deprecatio), from past participle stem of deprecari "plead in excuse, avert by prayer," literally "to pray (something) away," from de- "away" (see de-) + precari "pray" (see pray). Sense of "disapproval" is first attested 1610s.
1. Conclusion: Achievement goal orientation , uncertain personal control, self - deprecation are closely related to academic self - handicapping.
由此得出成就目标取向 、 不可控感 、 自我 贬低与大学生学业 自我 妨碍密切相关的结论.