flagellation

英 [flædʒə'leɪʃ(ə)n] 美 [,flædʒə'leʃən]
  • n. 鞭打;鞭毛形成
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flagellation: see flail
flagellation (n.)
early 15c., "the scourging of Christ," from Old French flagellacion "scourging, flogging," or directly from Latin flagellationem (nominative flagellatio) "a scourging," noun of action from past participle stem of flagellare "to scourge, lash" (see flagellum). In a general sense from 1520s.
1. There is a ceremony of prayer and flagellation before the dancing begins.
舞蹈开始前会举行祈祷和鞭笞的仪式。

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2. Said self - flagellation is a lonely land of the characteristics of pandemic flu.
据说 自虐 是寂寞国度流行感冒的特征.

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3. These prices have prompted many people in the industry feats of rhetorical self - flagellation.
这些价格促使许多业内人士发表了 自我 鞭挞的精彩言论.

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