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enslave

[en-sleyv]
verb (used with object), enslaved, enslaving.
to make a slave of; reduce to slavery: His drug addiction has completely enslaved him.

Origin:
1635–45; en-1 + slave

enslavement, noun
enslaver, noun
reenslave, verb (used with object), reenslaved, reenslaving.
reenslavement, noun
unenslaved, adjective


enchain, shackle; control, dominate.


free, liberate, release.
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enslave (ɪnˈsleɪv)
 
vb
(tr) to make a slave of; reduce to slavery; subjugate
 
en'slavement
 
n
 
en'slaver
 
n

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enslave
1640s, from en- "make, put in" + slave (see slave). Related: Enslaved; enslaving.
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