- slavish (adj.)
- 1560s, from slave (n.) + -ish. Sense of "servilely imitative, lacking originality or independence" is from 1753. Related: Slavishly; slavishness.
- 1. Total devotion it certainly was, slavish devotion some would say.
- 2. a slavish adherence to the rules
- 3. She herself insists she is no slavish follower of fashion.
- 4. Slavish obedience is the only safe course, though it taxes one's sanity.
- 奴隶般的服从是唯一可靠的办法, 虽然这样做使人倍受压抑.
- 5. What excuse have you to make for your slavish punctuality?
- 对于你这种死板地遵守时间的行为,你还能提出什么辩解 吗 ?
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