English to Arabic Meaning :: prostration

Prostration :
سجود
سجود, انبطاح, انحطاط, ذل, إنهيار عقلي, إنهيار جسدي, إذلال, استعباد - سجودسجودالسجود
 
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Noun(1) an abrupt failure of function or complete physical exhaustion(2) abject submission; the emotional equivalent of prostrating your body(3) the act of assuming a prostrate position

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(1) Blairs apparent stature can be accounted for by the prostration of his ostensible opponents.(2) The point is to do everything, beginning with the first prostration , for all forms of life.(3) Summing up the unions ' prostration , Mighell complained: " This is a dispute the union most desperately didn't want to be in.(4) The word in Arabic is masjid, you know, which means place of prostration , in fact.(5) In the facing of this offensive against the working class, the trade unions have demonstrated their complete prostration to the powers that be.(6) This prostration is symptomatic of the present social dynamic in American bourgeois politics.(7) This is a formula for the utter prostration of the working class.(8) The prostration of the New York Times is the rule, not the exception.(9) In these scenarios, scientists move in a flash of inspiration from prostration in the face of disease to triumph.(10) the refusal to call a strike reflects the union leadership's prostration before the company(11) Someone who dozes in the prayer does not owe a prostration .(12) The prostration of the Party has been amply demonstrated in the California recall election.(13) The mark of their Faith is on their faces from the traces of prostration during prayers.(14) The prostration of the Democratic Party has encouraged the Bush administration to accelerate its attacks on working people.(15) The second kind of prostration is done out of the sincerity of your heart, not with a seeking mind.(16) The prostration of the Democratic Party cleared the way for Reagan's election in 1980.
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(1) prostration ::
سجود
Synonyms
Noun
1. collapse ::
انهدام
2. weakness ::
ضعف
3. debility ::
ضعف
4. lassitude ::
تعب
5. exhaustion ::
إنهاك
6. fatigue ::
إعياء
9. emotional exhaustion ::
ارهاق عاطفي
10. war-weariness ::
الحرب ضجر
Antonyms
1. refreshment ::
مرطبات
2. rejuvenation ::
تجديد
Different Forms
prostration, prostrations
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