VT ( fig ) prostituir to prostitute.s prostituirse prostitute (prostitjut) noun a person who has sexual intercourse for payment.
From the, hansard archive, we can't lock them up; all we can do is take them back to their care homes, where they have a bath and are back prostituting for crack later.
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More Synonyms of prostitute, cobuild Advanced English Dictionary.(as a verb from Latin prostitut- exposed publicly, offered for sale, from the verb prostituere, from pro- before statuere set up, escort return policy place.Surely, if anything, this is prostituting a very important and potentially beneficial medium, which is capable of influencing people's minds, and of educating as well as entertaining them.2prostitute yourself to work as a prostitute Word Originmid 16th cent.From the, hansard archive.In the eyes of many Surkov was a discredited figure who had prostituted himself for privileges, such as this present trip.These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web.From Wikipedia The message in the record is that if somebody's out there prostituting then don't judge that person without knowing their background.They'd imagine me prostituting myself, or on the hard stuff.Close, thesaurus, the thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary.He had no idea that I was prostituting myself in the cause of Jean-Claude's success.Close, what are red words?countable noun, a prostitute is a person, usually a woman, who has sex with men in exchange for money.There should be a self-denying ordinance passed by scientists to prevent them prostituting their minds for purely military purposes.In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives.verb, if you prostitute yourself or your talents, you do work for money or to be famous, rather than because newcastle sex contacts you think it is good work or the right thing.Some of these examples may show the adjective use.
Verb verb, brE BrE/prsttjut/ ; NAmE NAmE/prsttut verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they prostitute.