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Meaning of 颠覆

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diān (Trad.: 顛覆)
to topple (i.e. knock over); to capsize; fig. to overturn (a regime, by plotting or subversion); to undermine; to subvert
Example Sentences
1
And at most, they illustrate the biblical writers' taste for literary subversion yet again, something we will see over and over.
2
This matter overturned all reasons that I learned on Sunday in the school.
3
What you get is subversion and reaction.
4
Faith is traditionally symbolised by light, an image which is subverted by Woolf in having the proceeds of the Pageant being used to defray the cost of church lighting.
5
2009
This year I'll risk my good-girl reputation with a subversive idea: go bankrupt in 2009.