Found 3 items, similar to slave.
English → Indonesian
abdi, budak, hamba
English → English
adj : held in servitude; “he was born of slave parents”
v : work very hard, like a slave [syn: break one's back
, buckle down
, knuckle down
n 1: a person who is owned by someone
2: someone who works as hard as a slave [syn: striver
, hard worker
3: someone entirely dominated by some influence or person; “a
slave to fashion”
; “a slave to cocaine”
; “his mother was
his abject slave”
English → English
(sl[aum]v or sl[a^]v; 277) n.
(sl[=a]v), n. [Cf. F. esclave, D. slaaf, Dan.
slave, sclave, Sw. slaf, all fr. G. sklave, MHG. also slave,
from the national name of the Slavonians, or Sclavonians (in
LL. Slavi or Sclavi), who were frequently made slaves by the
Germans. See Slav
1. A person who is held in bondage to another; one who is
wholly subject to the will of another; one who is held as
a chattel; one who has no freedom of action, but whose
person and services are wholly under the control of
Art thou our slave,
Our captive, at the public mill our drudge?
2. One who has lost the power of resistance; one who
surrenders himself to any power whatever; as, a slave to
passion, to lust, to strong drink, to ambition.
3. A drudge; one who labors like a slave.
4. An abject person; a wretch. --Shak.
(Zo["o]l.), any species of ants which is captured
and enslaved by another species, especially Formica fusca
of Europe and America, which is commonly enslaved
by Formica sanguinea
, one who attempted to catch and bring back a
fugitive slave to his master.
, part of the western coast of Africa to which
slaves were brought to be sold to foreigners.
, one who superintends slaves at their work;
hence, figuratively, a cruel taskmaster.
(a) A search after persons in order to reduce them to
(b) A search after fugitive slaves, often conducted with
, a vessel employed in the slave trade or used
for transporting slaves; a slaver.
, the business of dealing in slaves, especially
of buying them for transportation from their homes to be
, one who traffics in slaves.
Syn: Bond servant; bondman; bondslave; captive; henchman;
vassal; dependent; drudge. See Serf
(sl[aum]v or sl[a^]v), n.; pl. Slavs
. [A word
originally meaning, intelligible, and used to contrast the
people so called with foreigners who spoke languages
unintelligible to the Slavs; akin to OSlav. slovo a word,
slava fame, Skr. [,c]ru to hear. Cf. Loud
One of a race of people occupying a large part of Eastern and
Northern Europe, including the Russians, Bulgarians,
Roumanians, Servo-Croats, Slovenes, Poles, Czechs, Wends or
Sorbs, Slovaks, etc. [Written also Slave
, and Sclav
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Slaved
; p. pr. & vb. n.
To drudge; to toil; to labor as a slave.
, v. t.
To enslave. --Marston.