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Today's word is abstain, spelled A-B-S-T-A-I-N.

Abstain is a verb that means to refrain deliberately and often with an effort of self-denial from an action or practice. Here is the word used in the Santa Rosa Press by  Aaron Little.

"Messick let the council know he would abstain from all votes regarding this downtown property."

If you abstain, you're consciously and usually with effort choosing to "hold back" from doing something that you would like to do. One may abstain from a vice, for example, or in parliamentary procedure, one might abstain from placing a vote. So it's no surprise that the word abstain traces back through Middle English and Anglo-French to the Latin word abstinēre, which combines the prefix ab- meaning "from, away, off" with tenēre, a Latin verb meaning "to hold." Tenēre has many offspring in English - other descendants include contain, detain, maintain, obtain, pertain, retain, and sustain, as well as some words that don't end in -tain, such as tenacious. Abstain, like many of its cousins, has been used by English speakers since at least the 14th century.

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[Homework]2015-08-08 How to Use a Word

Today's word is abstain, spelled A-B-S-T-A-I-N.

Abstain is a verb that means to refrain deliberately and often with an effort of selfdenial from an action or practice.

Here's the word used in the Centerrosal Press by Aran Niddle.

Messeke let the Council know he would abstain from all votes regarding this downtown property.


If you abstain, you are consciously and usually with effort choosing to hold back from doing something that you would like to do. One may abstain from a vice, or in * procedure, one may abstain from placing a vote.



So it's no surprise that the word abstain traces back to middle English and Anglo French to the Latin word ''abstinēre''which combines the prefix ''ab'' meaning from, away or off, with ''tinēre'', a Latin verb meaning ''to hold''.''Tinēre'' has many offsprings in English. Other descendants include contain, detain, maintain, obtain, protain, retain and sustain, as well as some words that don't end in ''ain'', such as ''tenacious''. Abstain, like many of its cousins, has been used by English speakers since at least the 14th century.

I'm Peter Sokolowski, with your Word of the Day.
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本帖最后由 duadua 于 2015-8-13 21:12 编辑

Today`s word is abstain ,spelled a-b-s-t-a-i-n.abstain is a verb that means to

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Here`s the word used in the center roser press by arien*
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[Homework]2015-08-08 How to Use a Word
Today's word is abstain, spelled A-B-S-T-A-I-N.

Abstain is a verb that means to refrain deliberately and often with an effort of self-denial from an action or practice. Here is the word used in the Santa Rosa Press by Aaron Little.

"Messick let the council know he would abstain from all votes regarding this downtown property."

If you abstain, you're consciously and usually with effort choosing to "hold back" from doing something that you would like to do. One may abstain from a vice, for example, or in parliamentary procedure, one might abstain from placing a vote. So it's no surprise that the word abstain traces back through Middle English and Anglo-French to the Latin word abstinēre, which combines the prefix ab- meaning "from, away, off" with tenēre, a Latin verb meaning "to hold." Tenēre has many offspring in English - other descendants include contain, detain, maintain, obtain, pertain, retain, and sustain, as well as some words that don't end in -tain, such as tenacious. Abstain, like many of its cousins, has been used by English speakers since at least the 14th century.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.
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