飢える, 餓える, 饑える
Verb(1) be hungry; go without food(2) die of food deprivation(3) deprive of food(4) have a craving, appetite, or great desire for(5) deprive of a necessity and cause suffering
(1) It sounds, through the distribution of land and the distribution of food, like the government is trying to hold on to control and starve its enemies into submission.(2) If it is wrong to whip a dog or starve a horse or bait bears for sport or grossly abuse farm animals, it is wrong for all people in every place.(3) I cannot trust a man who will starve children to death and think nothing of it.(4) she left her animals to starve(5) But we could starve the beast to death by ceasing to provide its main source of food: our money.(6) Sure, you deal crack on the side, you beat your wife, you starve your kids, but you're straight and you go to church, so we're here to save you.(7) The primary objective of this campaign is to starve terrorists of essential funding and technical support├ö├ç┬¬(8) Since you, his loving owner, have the power to either feed or starve your pet, your dog looks to you as its only supplier of food.(9) German U-boats hoping to starve Britain into submission(10) Then we have the so called pet lovers who starve the family pet dog till his skeletal bone structure protrudes through its limp flesh.(11) Dentistry is perhaps an even better example - only when the NHS dentistry system was starved of funds did we see a major change to private treatment and insurance - and even there you actually had to pay to get most NHS treatment anyway.(12) There is no cause to regret the passing of that system - millions of peasants starved to death - and those who now point to the absence of school fees in that period are at any rate one-sided.(13) ├ö├ç├┐We will root them out and starve them out ,├ö├ç├û Rumsfeld said, just before closing a news conference with a ringing declaration: ├ö├ç├┐We are determined not to be terrorized.├ö├ç├û(14) Firefighters were called in after fears grew that the black cats - who are yet to open their eyes - might have starved to death.(15) Instead, the state tried to starve us out for our agricultural unorthodoxy, then they charged us with starvation.(16) Again, we could have blockaded and starved them out but that was not necessary.
(1) to starve :: 餓死します
1. famish ::
2. lust ::
Different Formsstarve, starved, starveling, starvelings, starves, starving, starvings
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