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Definition of "sacrifices" []

  • Plural form of sacrifice. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sacrifice. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sacrifices" in a sentence
  • "Announcing that all but the lowest pensions would be frozen next year, the welfare minister, Elsa Fornero, said: "We – and this really cost us dear, psychologically even – we've had to ask for sac…" But she was unable to say the word "sacrifices" and, brushing tears from her eyes, brought her presentation to an abrupt close."
  • "Lt. Colonel Vission went out of the way to say there is a very strong reason for this, and that is to express Rumsfeld's appreciation to the troops for what they are doing, and for what he called the sacrifices they, and their families are making."
  • "Monti told reporters at the president's palace that for the time being he will serve as economy minister as well as premier, as he seeks to implement what he called "sacrifices" to heal the country's finances and set the economy growing again."
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