Meaning of SLAVE in English

SLAVE

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ escaped , fugitive , runaway

▪ emancipated , freed

▪ former

the son of former ~s

▪ domestic , personal

▪ plantation

▪ galley

galley ~s at the oars of Mediterranean ships

▪ wage

They work as wage ~s for 13 cents an hour.

▪ sex

▪ virtual

She was forced to work as a virtual ~ for a rich family.

VERB + SLAVE

▪ become

▪ have , keep , own

▪ export , import

▪ buy , take sb as

▪ sell (sb as)

▪ use (sb as)

▪ treat

He treated the ~s like animals.

▪ emancipate , free , liberate

landowners who freed their ~s voluntarily

SLAVE + NOUN

▪ labour/labor

Without ~ labour/labor, the tobacco industry would have collapsed.

▪ labourer/laborer

▪ master , owner , trader

▪ market , trade , traffic

the abolition of the ~ trade

▪ ship

▪ population

▪ society

studies comparing ~ societies throughout history

▪ state

Virginia was the largest ~ state in the Union.

▪ plantation

▪ rebellion , revolt , uprising

▪ quarters

the ~ quarters at the rear of the house

▪ girl , woman

▪ wages ( figurative )

I'll be working long hours for ~ wages!

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ of

a ~ of habit

▪ ~ to

a ~ to fashion

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