English to Czech Meaning of masochist - masochista

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Definitions of masochist in English
Noun(1) someone who obtains pleasure from receiving punishment
Examples of masochist in English
(1) college accommodation is a great masker of taste(2) For many years white noise was the masker of choice; however, more recently, with the advent of speech-spectrum noise, there has been a shift to this masker.(3) The sound was being occulted by something that passed in front of it with an acoustic masker .(4) On a side note, you will find vanilla extract an excellent masker of failed experimentations.(5) The audience rewarded the young masker and the entire performance with expressions of pleasure and applause.(6) Align the tape against the edge of what you're masking, then pull the masker along the edge to unroll a perfect line of paper and masking tape.(7) The masker announces the arrival of the chief and serves as a peacekeeper.(8) So the masque was essentially contemporary: when the masquers were unmasked, they proved to be not legendary creatures from classical antiquity, but the King and the nobility, and by inference possibly ourselves.(9) Surrounded by musicians and men who directed its movement, and followed by child maskers , the Ijele begin to spin, slowly at first, then gaining speed.(10) This latter category often involves maskers honoring high-status elder men, as well as the punishment of lawbreakers.(11) At the start of the festival the organizing committee announced to me that I could not enter the stadium floor where the maskers were to appear because I was a woman.(12) The central part of the masque consisted of three entries danced by the masquers to specially composed and choreographed music.(13) By limiting the performances to three minutes in the central space, the organizers ensured that the maskers had to decide what brief performative elements best represented their masquerade.(14) This was the best known of all 17th-cent. masques, mainly because of the spectacular torchlight procession (or ‘triumph’) of the masquers , from Holborn to Whitehall, which preceded the masque proper.(15) This form of spectatorship contrasts sharply with the interactive performances found in rural villages where most of these maskers normally appear.(16) Most deodorants are odor maskers that cover the unpleasant odor with a more appealing one.
(1) mask ::
(2) masked ball ::
maškarní ples
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