- vt. 残杀；彻底击败
- n. 大屠杀；惨败
- n. (Massacre)人名；(法)马萨克尔
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- massacre (v.)
- 1580s, from Middle French massacrer "to slaughter" (16c.), from massacre (n.) "wholesale slaughter, carnage" (see massacre (n.)). Related: Massacred; massacring.
- massacre (n.)
- 1580s, from Middle French massacre "wholesale slaughter, carnage," from Old French macacre, macecle "slaughterhouse, butchery," of unknown origin; perhaps related to Latin macellum "provisions store, butcher shop."
- 1. The massacre laid bare the moral bankruptcy of the regime.
- 2. In March 1770, there occurred what became known as the Boston Massacre.
- 3. Most of them had only heard of the massacre at second hand.
- 4. Is the massacre likely to touch off a new round of violence?
- 5. Maria lost her 62-year-old mother in the massacre.
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