prostrate

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İngilizce - İngilizce
Lying flat, facedown

Finally almost the whole world was combined against the evil-doers, who are now prostrate before us.

To lie flat or facedown; to throw oneself down in submission (also figuratively)
To cause to lie down, to flatten; (figuratively) to overcome or overpower
Physically incapacitated from environmental exposure or debilitating disease

He was prostrate from the extreme heat.

Emotionally devastated

I told him you was prostrate with grief. — Mammy to Scarlett, Gone With the Wind.

lying prone, or with the head to the ground
{v} to lay flat, fall down, kneel
{a} lying with the face to ground
To cause to sink totally; to deprive of strength; to reduce; as, a person prostrated by fever
throw down flat, as on the ground; "She prostrated herself with frustration"
To throw down, or cause to fall in humility or adoration; to cause to bow in humble reverence; used reflexively; as, he prostrated himself
Lying at length, or with the body extended on the ground or other surface; stretched out; as, to sleep prostrate
render helpless or defenseless; "They prostrated the enemy"
If someone is prostrate, they are so distressed or affected by a very bad experience that they are unable to do anything at all. I was prostrate with grief. = devastated
To be emotionally devastated
If you prostrate yourself, you lie down flat on the ground, on your front, usually to show respect for God or a person in authority. They prostrated themselves before their king
If you are lying prostrate, you are lying flat on the ground, on your front. Percy was lying prostrate, his arms outstretched and his eyes closed
Lying at mercy, as a supplicant
The habit of a plant that tends to grow along the ground rather than upright
Lying flat on the surface of the ground See drawing of stem forms
lying face downward
render helpless or defenseless; "They prostrated the enemy" throw down flat, as on the ground; "She prostrated herself with frustration" get into a prostrate position, as in submission
To lay fiat; to throw down; to level; to fell; as, to prostrate the body; to prostrate trees or plants
to overthrow; to demolish; to destroy; to deprive of efficiency; to ruin; as, to prostrate a village; to prostrate a government; to prostrate law or justice
stretched out and lying at full length along the ground; "found himself lying flat on the floor"
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Lying in a humble, lowly, or suppliant posture
To become physically incapacitated from environmental exposure or debilitating disease
Trailing on the ground; procumbent
Describes a plant with a spreading habit or trailing stems lying flat on the ground
Growing flat along the ground
{s} lying low, subjugated; beaten, defeated; helpless, defenseless, unprotected; exhausted, feeble, frail
Plant which grows flat on the ground
get into a prostrate position, as in submission
{f} render powerless, subdue; bring down, cast down; lie flat, lie face down
To lay flat or facedown, prone; flatten (often reflexive)
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The act or condition of prostrating (lying flat) oneself, as a sign of humility
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The condition of being prostrated, as from heat
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A reverential bow performed in Middle Eastern cultures
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A part of the ordination of Catholic and Orthodox priests

The ordination ceremony includes a variety of rituals, rich in meaning and history, e.g., the prostration, laying on of hands, anointing of hands, giving of the chalice and paten, and sign of peace. —.

prostration
{n} the act of adoration, a dejection
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past of prostrate
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third-person singular of prostrate
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present participle of prostrate
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the act of assuming a prostrate position
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Physical exhaustion and incapacitation
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abject submission; the emotional equivalent of prostrating your body
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The act of falling down, or of bowing in humility or adoration; primarily, the act of falling on the face, but usually applied to kneeling or bowing in reverence and worship
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{i} exhaustion; act of lying flat on the ground; complete surrender; falling face down onto the ground
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The condition of being prostrate; great depression; lowness; dejection; as, a postration of spirits
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Physical exhaustion, incapacitation
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A latent, not an exhausted, state of the vital energies; great oppression of natural strength and vigor
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the act of assuming a prostrate position abject submission; the emotional equivalent of prostrating your body
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A complete physical or mental exhaustion; extreme exhaustion or powerlessness
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Being laid face down (prone)
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a condition marked by dizziness and nausea and weakness caused by depletion of body fluids and electrolytes
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The act of prostrating, throwing down, or laying fiat; as, the prostration of the body
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The action of standing on both knees, then tracing a cross on the ground with the thumb, bending to kiss the ground at the cross, and rising to the feet On certain occasions, such as priestly ordinations, the action of lying stretched out full-length upon the ground for a time
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