- vi. 改变宗教信仰
- n. 改信仰者
- vt. 使改宗教信仰
- proselyte:  A proselyte is etymologically someone who ‘comes to’ a new religion. The word comes via Latin prosēlytus from Greek proséluthos ‘person who comes to a place’, a derivative of the verb prosérkhesthai ‘come to, approach’.
- proselyte (n.)
- late 14c., from Old French proselite (13c., Modern French prosélyte), from Late Latin proselytus, from Greek proselytos "convert (to Judaism), stranger, one who has come over," noun use of adjective meaning "having arrived," from second aorist stem of proserkhesthai "to come or go; surrender; associate with," from proti "toward" + root of eleusesthai "to be going to come," from PIE *elu-to-, from root *leudh- "to go." Originally in English "a Gentile converted to Judaism" (late 14c.).
- 1. I am very cuious about why you come to Taiwan to proselyte.
- 2. The governments of some countries forbid us to proselyte.
- 3. The General Authorities are in the process of negotiating with governments, hoping we can proselyte.
- 总会当局正在交涉, 希望政府让我们传教.
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