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suicide 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈso͞oiˌsīd/,
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suicides, plural;
  1. Intentionally kill oneself
    • - he leaves the service and then suicides
Noun
  1. The action of killing oneself intentionally
    • - he committed suicide at the age of forty
    • - drug-related suicides
  2. A person who does this

  3. A course of action that is disastrously damaging to oneself or one's own interests
    • - it would be political suicide to restrict criteria for unemployment benefits
  4. Relating to or denoting a violent act or attack carried out by a person who does not expect to survive it
    • - a suicide bombing

  1. the act of killing yourself; "it is a crime to commit suicide"
  2. a person who kills himself intentionally
  3. (suicidal) self-destructive: dangerous to yourself or your interests; "suicidal impulses"; "a suicidal corporate takeover strategy"; "a kamikaze pilot"
  4. Suicide (Latin suicidium, from sui caedere, "to kill oneself") is the act of a human being intentionally causing his or her own death. ...
  5. Suicide is the second album by the seminal punk/electronic duo known as Suicide. Their debut album was likewise self-titled.
  6. Suicide is the influential first studio album by American No Wave band Suicide, released in 1977. It is often cited as one of the first synth pop albums, although it has a harsher, more industrial leaning than many well-known albums of the genre. ...
  7. Suicide is an American, electronic protopunk musical duo, intermittently active since 1971 and composed of vocalist Alan Vega and Martin Rev on synthesizers and drum machines. They are an early synthesizer/vocal musical duo.
  8. Suicide (Le Suicide) was one of the groundbreaking books in the field of sociology. Written by French sociologist Émile Durkheim and published in 1897 it was a case study of suicide, a publication unique for its time which provided an example of what the sociological monograph should look like.
  9. A suicide is a sudden drop to a breakdancer's back. They are frequently employed as finishing moves. Ideally, suicides are very flashy and painful-looking moves. Good suicides elicit exclamations of "ouch" from onlookers and can even be comical to a certain degree. ...
  10. someone suicidal, someone likely to kill themselves; Pertaining to suicide; Likely to commit, or to attempt to commit, suicide; Extremely reckless
  11. (Suicides) and homicides that meet the CFOI work relationship criteria are IN scope.
  12. (Suicides) like freezes are used to emphasize a strong beat in the music and signal the end to a routine. In contrast to freezes, suicides draw attention to the motion of falling or losing control, while freezes draw attention to a controlled final position. ...
  13. (Suicidal) Descriptive of a single taken by KP when on nought.
  14. (Suicidal) Trail of extreme vertical drop including various obstacles (fallen trees, boulders, injured tubbers, et al.).
  15. A term for a distribution wiring connector with male plugs at both ends, (Grip/Lighting)
  16. To commit suicide in a dream, foretells that misfortune will hang heavily over you. To see or hear others committing this deed, foretells that the failure of others will affect your interests. ...
  17. the intentional taking of one's own life.
  18. Suicide is the 8th leading cause of death in the United States, claiming about 30,000 lives a year. Ninety percent of persons who commit suicide have depression or another diagnosable mental or substance abuse disorder. ...
  19. The killing of one's self.
  20. Intentionally self-inflicted injury that results in death.
  21. A variation of an event, in which many throwers throw simultaneously within the same area. Originally this was mainly used for the Consecutive Catch competition, but it can be adapted to most events to add some fun chaos.
  22. death from injury, poisoning, or suffocation where there is evidence that a self-inflicted act led to the person's death
  23. n.s. [suicidium, Latin.] Self-murder; the horrid crime of destroying one's self.
  24. Diabolo trick where one or both handsticks are released & caught again in some way.
  25. A death resulting from the intentional use of force against oneself.