2016年5月13日 星期五

heap, ordain, ordination, foreordain, acolyte

It is no longer socially acceptable to dump employees on to the heap of unemployed. Loss of market, and resulting unemployment, are not foreordained.





China to Ordain New Catholic Bishop




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來源(2): Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) [web1913]
Acolyte \Ac`o*lyte\, n. [LL. acolythus, acoluthus, Gr. ? following, attending: cf. F. acolyte.]
1. (Eccl.) One who has received the highest of the four minor orders in the Catholic church, being ordained to carry the wine and water and the lights at the Mass.
2. One who attends; an assistant. ``With such chiefs, and with James and John as acolytes.'' --Motley.


ordain (CHURCH) Show phonetics
verb [T often passive] ━━ vt. (神・運命が)定める; (法律が)規定する; 【宗】(牧師に)任命する.
to officially make someone a priest or other religious leader, in a religious ceremony:
He was ordained (as) a priest in Oxford cathedral in 1987.

ordination Show phonetics
noun [C or U]
the act or ceremony of making someone a priest or other religious leader



ordain (CHURCH) 
verb [T often passive] 
to officially make someone a priest or other religious leader, in a religious ceremony:
He was ordained (as) a priest in Oxford cathedral in 1987.

ordination 
noun [C or U]
the act or ceremony of making someone a priest or other religious leader

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神职授任禮 (又稱按立Ordination)能消除许多罪过,使人执行圣職,仍然能够将天父赐予的恩宠普及其他信徒; 懺悔禮(即告解,Confession/Penance)指向神父表白、实行身 ...
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ordination:授品典禮;授秩禮:教會授與聖秩(品)聖事之儀式;領受者應有天主之感召並經教會上級之認可。可參看聖秩(神品、聖品)聖事 holy orders。分主教 of bishop、司鐸 of priest、執事 of deacon 三等級。
ordination of bishop:晉陞主教;晉牧。
ordination of deacon:晉陞執事。
ordination of presbyter(priest):晉陞司鐸;晉鐸。


foreordain
tr.v., -dained, -dain·ing, -dains.
To determine or appoint beforehand; predestine.
foreordainment fore'or·dain'ment or fore·or'di·na'tion (-ôr'dn-ā'shən) n.

heap
noun [C]
an untidy pile or mass of things:
a heap of clothes/rubbish

heap
verb [T + adverb or preposition]
to put things into a large untidy pile:
He heaped more food onto his plate.

heaped
adjective
(of a spoon or plate) containing as much as possible:
Add a heaped teaspoonful of sugar.

heaps
plural noun, adverb INFORMAL
a lot:
Let Sarah pay for dinner, she's got heaps of money.
Our new house is heaps bigger than our last one.

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