prostitute

n
1. harlot, whore, demire, slut, hussy, cocotte, demimondaine, loose woman, wanton, fallen woman, woman of ill repute, white slave; lady of the evening, lady of pleasure, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren, Fr. fille de joie. trollop, strumpet, Archaic. wench, trull, drab, quean, painted woman, woman of the streets, streetwalker, bar girl, Inf. pickup, call girl, Cyprian, All Sl. cat, tart, hustler, bim, moll, hooker, floozie, working girl, Brit. Sl. bird, Mexican Sl. caliente, bitch, broad, chippy.
2. madam, bawd, procuress, pander; paramour, courtesan, mistress, concubine, kept woman, Sl. doxy; temptress, siren, seductress, Jezebel, Delilah, flirt, coquette, minx; adventuress, hetaera.
3. hack, hireling, mercenary, exploiter; flunky, henchman, myrmidon; traitor, turncoat, Judas; tool, instrument.
v
4.(usu. of oneself) debase, devaluate, lower, degrade, demean, belittle; profane, desecrate, defile, soil, dirty; corrupt, pervert, contaminate, mar, spoil, ruin; misuse, abuse, misdirect, misapply, misemploy

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  • prostitute — pros·ti·tute 1 / präs tə ˌtüt, ˌtyüt/ n: a person who engages in sexual activity indiscriminately esp. for money compare panderer, pimp prostitute 2 vt tut·ed, tut·ing [Latin prostitutus, past participle of prostituere, from p …   Law dictionary

  • Prostitute — Pros ti*tute, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Prostituted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Prostituting}.] [L. prostitutus, p. p. of prostituere to prostitute; pro before, forth + statuere to put, place. See {Statute}.] 1. To offer, as a woman, to a lewd use; to give up… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prostitute — ► NOUN ▪ a person, typically a woman, who engages in sexual activity for payment. ► VERB (often prostitute oneself) 1) offer (someone) as a prostitute. 2) put to an unworthy or corrupt use for the sake of gain. DERIVATIVES prostitution noun …   English terms dictionary

  • Prostitute — Pros ti*tute, a. [L. prostitutus, p. p.] Openly given up to lewdness; devoted to base or infamous purposes. [1913 Webster] Made bold by want, and prostitute for bread. Prior [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Prostitute — Pros ti*tute, n. [L. prostituta.] 1. A woman giver to indiscriminate lewdness; a strumpet; a harlot. [1913 Webster] 2. A base hireling; a mercenary; one who offers himself to infamous employments for hire. [1913 Webster] No hireling she, no… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prostitutė — prostitùtė dkt. Skur̃das pri̇̀vertė tàpti prostitutè …   Bendrinės lietuvių kalbos žodyno antraštynas

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  • prostitute — [präs′tə to͞ot΄, präs′tətyo͞ot΄] vt. prostituted, prostituting [< L prostitutus, pp. of prostituere < pro , before + statuere, to cause to stand, akin to stare, STAND] 1. to sell the services of (oneself or another) for purposes of sexual… …   English World dictionary

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  • prostitute — [[t]prɒ̱stɪtjuːt, AM tuːt[/t]] prostitutes, prostituting, prostituted 1) N COUNT A prostitute is a person, usually a woman, who has sex with men in exchange for money. He admitted last week he paid for sex with a prostitute. ...male prostitutes.… …   English dictionary

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