discriminate & discriminatory
v.區別,辨別 [To make a clear distinction]
ex. The device can discriminate between the cancerous and the normal cells.
v.有差別地對待 [To make distinctions on the basis of class or category without regard to individual merit]
ex. was accused of discriminating against women
adj.散漫的 [passing aimlessly from one subject to another; digressive]
n/v.輕蔑,鄙視 [ to look upon or treat with contempt]
disembody & disembodied
v.肉體脫離;使脫離實體 [free from a body or physical form or reality]
ex. A disembodied voice sounded from the back of the cabin.
ex. disembodied <> corporeal adj.肉體的；物質的
v.使醒悟;使不抱幻想 [to rid of or free from enchantment, illusion]
v.使著魔,對...用魔法 [ to subject to magical influence】
v.使脫離 [ to release from attachment or connection]
ex. to disengage his embrace
v. 解除 [ to free (oneself) from an engagement, pledge, obligation]
[ps. gage 中古代的手套，騎士在戰鬥的時候，會丟下手套，表示接受挑戰的象徵；意及一種pledge]
v.吸引;佔用(時間,精力等) [to occupy the attention or efforts of (a person or persons)]
ex. The book engaged my full attention.
v.雇聘 ex. They engaged a cook for the summer.
v.交戰 ex. Our army engaged the enemy.
v.保證 ex.I am willing to engage on such terms.
v.訂婚 ex. They were engaged last week.
v.鬆開;解開 [to free or become free from entanglement; untangle]
ex. It's impossible to disentangle the myth from reality.