- n. 身分低微；屈尊；降低
- 1.Man should know his own self and recognized that which leads unto loftiness or lowness , glory or abasement, wealth or poverty.
- 2.The lower needs of the counselors were aggression, exhibition, deference, abasement and heterosexuality, the higher ones were introspection, nurse and change.
- 3.Other commentators…are falling all over themselves to admit being mistaken…They think such self - abasement proves candor, honesty, humility. Wrong. It shows weakness.
- 1.a low or downcast state
- 2.depriving one of self-esteem
- 降低; 低三下四; 贬抑; 屈辱;
- Self-abasement sentiment
- 自卑; 自我否定; 自谦;
- need for abasement
- abase oneself abasement fly low humiliation humility lowlihead