- strangulation (n.)
- 1540s, from Latin strangulationem (nominative strangulatio) "a choking, a suffocating," noun of action from past participle stem of strangulare (see strangle). The verb strangulate (1660s) probably is a back-formation from this. Related: Strangulated.
- 1. to die of slow strangulation
- 2. He is charged with the strangulation of two students.
- 3. There is strangulation of tissue and poor blood supply.
- 4. In strangulation, the ultimate evidence would be the murderer's fingerprints on the victim's neck.
- 在扼杀案件中, 最终证据是凶手在被害人颈部的指纹.
- 5. She's got bruising to the neck, which is consistent with manual strangulation.
- 她颈部有擦伤, 应该是扼杀留下的痕迹.
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