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prostitution 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌprästəˈt(y)o͞oSHən/,
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The practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment,
  1. The practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment

  2. The unworthy or corrupt use of one's talents for the sake of personal or financial gain


  1. offering sexual intercourse for pay
  2. (prostitute) sell one's body; exchange sex for money
  3. Prostitution is the act or practice of providing sexual services to another person in return for payment. People who execute such activities are called prostitutes. Prostitution is one of the branches of the sex industry. ...
  4. The position of prostitution and the law varies widely worldwide, reflecting differing opinions on victimhood and exploitation, inequality, gender roles, gender equality, ethics and morality, freedom of choice, historical social norms, and social costs and benefits.
  5. (Prostitute (Alphaville album)) After a worldwide success in the 1980s (Forever Young, Big In Japan, Dance With Me), many had written the German electro/synth-band Alphaville off when nothing was heard from Marian Gold, Bernhard Lloyd and Ricky Echolette for five years. ...
  6. (Prostitute (EP)) The third EP from German synthpop band Neuroticfish featuring three remixes of "Prostitute" and the song "3 Minutes Breakdown".
  7. (Prostitute (Toyah album)) Prostitute is Toyah Willcox's third solo album. It is a concept album and highly experimental in nature, marking a considerable divergence from previous works. It is uncompromising in its style, containing no obviously "radio-friendly" tracks.
  8. (The Prostitutes) The Prostitutes are an indie band formed in 2004 in Prague, Czech Republic. The original members were singer Adrian T. ...
  9. Engaging in sexual activity with another person in exchange for compensation, such as money or other valuable goods; Debasement for unworthy profit or motives
  10. (prostitute) A woman, or other person, who performs sexual activity for payment; A woman, or other person, who is perceived as engaging in sexual activity with many people; A person who does, or offers to do, an activity for money, despite personal dislike or dishonour; To perform sexual ...
  11. (PROSTITUTE) n.  Receiver of swollen goods.
  12. (PROSTITUTE) Fantasizing about being sexually uninhibited; wanting to break away from moral restrictions; sexual neediness unconnected to feelings of care or respect; being indiscriminate / Selling yourself short, or out / If dreamer is male: Being ill at ease about sexual practices; wishing a ...
  13. (Prostitute) Mistress of the Night, Red Light Special, Fellatio Specialist, Private Dancer
  14. (Prostitute) Sonny didn't give anyone names in the movie Chastity — so film school of him.
  15. (Prostitute) To dream that you are in the company of a prostitute, denotes that you will incur the righteous scorn of friends for some ill-mannered conduct. For a young woman to dream of a prostitute, foretells that she will deceive her lover as to her purity or candor. ...
  16. (Prostitute) Unmarried woman who was sexually active; if she had children, they were under the authority of her male relatives.
  17. (Prostitute) n. A wretched woman created to help us appreciate the security of our own spiritual position. See also: Pharisee
  18. (prostitute) [B^], PO > back, rubs back of fingers against cheek twice. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - prostitute.
  19. The act of offering one's self for hire to engage in sexual relations.
  20. Includes concerns about prostitution.
  21. One of the more common interpretations refers to a classic warning against becoming a "working girl".^[citation needed] This builds off the fundamental "young girl in the woods" stereotype. The red cloak was also a classic signal of a prostitute in 17th century France. ...
  22. The sale of sexual favours.