تضحية, ذبيحة, قربان, أضحية, ضحية, خسارة, فدىضحى, باع بخسارة, قرب بأضحية
Noun(1) the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc.(2) personnel that are sacrificed (e.g., surrendered or lost in order to gain an objective(3) a loss entailed by giving up or selling something at less than its value(4) the act of killing (an animal or person(5) (baseball
Verb(1) endure the loss of(2) kill or destroy(3) sell at a loss(4) make a sacrifice of; in religious rituals
(1) He came to die for the ungodly and offer Himself as a sacrifice to God for their salvation.(2) God provided a second Adam - a perfect Adam who could be the perfect sacrifice ├ö├ç┬¬ God himself came to earth as a man.(3) He finds true peace and redemption for himself and those who love him only when he is able to give his work up as a sacrifice to God.(4) Animal sacrifice accompanies almost every ritual and ceremonial event in Nepali life.(5) This sacrament is called the Eucharist because it is the Church's sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving.(6) Christ's oblation, his total gift by the sacrifice on the cross, is the act of initiation for himself definitively, and it is valid with regard to all human beings.(7) Stassen observes that pigs were used as a sacrifice to Roman gods.(8) The point is what God has done, and is doing in the Mass, reconciling the world to Himself through the sacrifice of Christ.(9) We are willing to make a sacrifice for the long-term good.(10) But, in precise religious terminology, the word was later confined to the sacrifice of an animal slaughtered for the sake of Allah.(11) Yield your understanding to be taught of God, yield your heart to be purified and educated for God, yield your life (to be) a sacrifice to God.(12) The Priest offers himself as a sacrifice to make peace with God.(13) In accepting money from Washington, religious groups will inevitably sacrifice a degree of independence.(14) He followed up blundering a pawn with a piece sacrifice of the desperate sort.(15) Thus, within this horizon of understanding, Jesus and Jesus alone was capable of offering an acceptable sacrifice to God.(16) Their fathers may ├ö├ç├┐buy them back├ö├ç├û by offering an animal sacrifice in their son's stead.
(1) to sacrifice :: للتضحية
1. ritual slaughter ::
3. surrender ::
4. forfeit ::
5. offer up ::
6. give up ::
7. give ::
Different Formssacrifice, sacrificed, sacrifices, sacrificing
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