- n. 撒马利亚人；乐善好施者
- adj. 撒马利亚人的
来自 Samaria,撒马利亚。现词义来自一则圣经故事，撒马利亚人为犹太族的分支，在耶稣时 期，犹太人蔑视撒马利亚人，认为他们是混血的异族人。有一次，一个犹太人被强盗打劫， 受了重伤，躺在路边，有祭司和利未人路过但不闻不问，惟有一个撒马利亚人来到路边，将 他救起并进行照顾。参照百度百科。
- Samaritan (n.)
- Old English, "inhabitant of Samaria," a district of Palestine, from Late Latin Samaritanus, from Greek Samareia (see Samaria). A non-Hebrew race was settled in its cities by the king of Assyria after the removal of the Israelites from the country. They later adopted some Jewish ways, but largely remained apart. Figurative use with reference to the good Samaritan is first recorded 1630s, from Luke x:33. Related: Samaritanism.
- 1. A good Samaritan offered us a room in his house.
- 2. A good Samaritan eventually came to her rescue.
- 3. The Samaritan woman is presented as a model of a woman missionary.
- 4. The parable of the good Samaritan just like it.
- 5. But after you made such a sacrifice, will still a good Samaritan?
- 但是在你做出了这样的个人牺牲之后, 你还会助人为乐 吗 ?
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