outlaw

US [ˈaʊtˌlɔ]
UK [ˈaʊtˌlɔː]
  • n.逃犯
  • v.宣布…不合法;使…成为非法;(旧时)剥夺(某人的)法律权益
  • Web歹徒;亡命之徒;无法无天
Plural Form:outlaws  Present Participle:outlawing  Past Tense:outlawed  
outlaw
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v.
1.
~ sth
宣布…不合法;使…成为非法to make sth illegal
plans to outlaw the carrying of knives
宣布携带刀具为非法的方案
the outlawed nationalist party
被宣布为非法的民族主义党
2.
~ sb
(旧时)剥夺(某人的)法律权益(in the past) to make sb an outlaw
n.
1.
(尤指过去的人)亡命徒,逃犯,草莽英雄,被剥夺法律权益者(used especially about people in the past) a person who has done sth illegal and is hiding to avoid being caught; a person who is not protected by the law
Robin Hood, the world's most famous outlaw
罗宾汉,蜚声世界的绿林好汉

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