keep from having, keeping, or obtaining
take away possessions from someone;
"The Nazis stripped the Jews of all their assets"
the suit also charges that the ipab「s actions will deprive medicare beneficiaries of services to which they are entitled by law.
bill gates betrayed his ailing business partner and tried to deprive him of his share of the microsoft fortune, according to a scathing memoir from paul allen, the company」s billionaire co-founder.
don「t deprive yourself.
shall we deprive them of the right to vote?
in fact, it has no choice: if history, by unfolding unpredictably, were allowed to demonstrate that ideology is wrong, it would deprive power of its legitimacy.
could i deprive her of her lifelong lie, without opening some vision of a future to her?
it would be unfair, it argues, to deprive china」s citizens of the chance to live as lavishly as americans do, despite all the pollution that might entail.
tobacco users who die prematurely deprive their families of income, raise the cost of health care and hinder economic development.
it would be wrong to purposely deprive people of an essential nutrient in order to study the effects.
dr proudie would consent to deprive the church of all collective authority and rule.
they may also deprive him of fast-track authority to negotiate trade deals—though he was never certain to get that anyway—and will thus put his bilateral trade agenda in doubt.
the court ruled unanimously that this would deprive walmart of defences in individual cases that it was entitled to.
they also increase the risk for chronic diseases and contribute to the astonishing prevalence of obesity, yet deprive growing children of essential nutrients.
he insisted on a series of curbs and limitations on a putative palestinian state that would deprive it of sovereignty.
you even want to deprive us of the freedom of our hearts.
for me, the key is not to deprive myself… if i want some chocolate, i will have some, but mostly it「s only a few squares at a time — my husband jokes that i 「ration」 it out!
there are some trees that deprive the house of light.
if you deprive people of alltheir senses, they’ll turn to you like their daddy.
such contracts deprive insurers of the opportunity to recalibrate risks.
i would suggest you save your own life before you try to deprive me of mine.
「the greatest evils are poverty, underdevelopment, unemployment, disease and hunger, all the conditions that deprive people of opportunities and limit their freedoms, 」 he wrote.
our children also depend on earth」s natural resources and we should not deprive them of such necessities.
too many wealthy parents focus on preventing their children from failing. but in doing so, they also deprive their children of the joys of self-made success.
i wasn「t jealous - i」d never want to deprive anyone of their sleep - but i was definitely envious. how on earth did he do it?
don’t deprive yourself but that banana split has just as many calories now as it did before you got pregnant.
to get at cause and effect, you would have to conduct an experiment in which you deprive people of sleep and observe the results.
remember — the goal isn’t to deprive yourself of all sleep and rest, just rem sleep, and only until the adaptation takes hold.
circumstances undoubtedly deprive many potential managers of opportunity; few may succeed to top position.
he had sought to deprive us of dime.
「for property to qualify as 」stolen", the person who took the property must have intended permanently to deprive the owner of that property.
i pray you let me not deprive you of your servant.
we do this because we usually deprive our bodies of adequate calories the first half of the day.
if we don't, we deprive others of the knowledge of our love and ourselves of the joy that comes from expressing it.
these verbs mean to deprive of self - esteem or self - worth .
這些動詞都表示剝奪 自尊 的意思.
sleep! deprive your brain of sleep long enough and you’ll simply go crazy.