deprecate

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to belittle or express disapproval of
to pray against
to declare something obsolescent, i.e., to recommend against a function, technique, command, etc, that still works but has been replaced
to express disapproval or regret for, with hope for the opposite
{v} to pray earnestly or against
To pray against, as an evil; to seek to avert by prayer; to desire the removal of; to seek deliverance from; to express deep regret for; to disapprove of strongly
{f} disapprove; protest against; belittle, disparage
express strong disapproval of; deplore
to discontinue
to make obsolete (a language feature)
to express disapproval of
belittle, as in : Have you noticed that he seems to deprecate himself just so we have to compliment him?
If you deprecate something, you criticize it. He deprecated the low quality of entrants to the profession. to strongly disapprove of or criticize something (deprecari , from precari )
belittle; "The teacher should not deprecate his student's efforts"
belittle; "The teacher should not deprecate his student's efforts" express strong disapproval of; deplore
To express earnest disapproval of This term is used to refer to obsolete structures that ought not to be used but remain valid
deprecated
Strongly disapproved of
deprecated
Simple past tense and past participle of deprecate
deprecated
Obsolescent; said of a construct in a computing language considered obsolete but still available for use, though planned to be phased out

A deprecated element or attribute is one that has been outdated by newer constructs.

deprecatingly
In an deprecating manner; in a manner that deprecates; disapprovingly
deprecation
A praying against evil; prayer that an evil may be removed or prevented; strong expression of disapprobation
deprecation
Entreaty for pardon; petitioning
deprecation
{n} a prayer against evil, an entreaty
deprecated
Obsolete A language or library feature that is deprecated might be removed from the next version of the standard You should avoid using deprecated features if you can
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Belittled; insulted
deprecated
A deprecated element or attribute is one that has been outdated by newer constructs Deprecated elements may become obsolete in future versions of HTML Authors should avoid using deprecated elements and attributes User agents should continue to support for reasons of backward compatibility
deprecated
An HTML tag which is not in the most current HTML standard The tag has become obsolete
deprecated
{s} disliked, protested; belittled, disparaged
deprecated
As more advanced HTML standards are developed, some HTML features such as tags, elements or attributes become deprecated, meaning that other methods of accomplishing the same task are preferred Deprecated features may become obsolete in future versions of HTML, although browsers that support the features will probably continue to support them Deprecated features are included in HTML 4 0 Transitional but not HTML 4 0 Strict
deprecated
A method or variable that is not supported in newer versions of the JDK
deprecated
Something that has been made obsolete by later versions of the API Deprecated methods should not be used because there is no guarantee that they will continue to exist in future versions
deprecated
A coded character whose use is strongly discouraged Such characters are retained in the standard, but should not be used (See Definition D7a in Section 3 3, Characters and Coded Representations ) (Not the same as obsolete )
deprecated
past of deprecate
deprecated
This term is used to refer to obsolete structures that should not be used for new applications but remain valid
deprecated
A deprecated element or attribute is one that has been outdated by newer constructs Deprecated elements are defined in the reference manual in appropriate locations, but are clearly marked as deprecated Deprecated elements may become obsolete in future versions of HTML We recommend that authors avoid using deprecated elements and attributes whenever practical To this end, we provide alternatives to them when appropriate in the specification In most cases these depend on user agent support for style sheets User agents should continue to support deprecated elements for reasons of backward compatibility
deprecated
Possibly available as a feature for upward compatibility of existing applications, but not recommended for use by new applications
deprecated
A deprecated element or attribute is one that was valid in earlier version of HTML but has since been replaced by other techniques These elements will eventually become obsolete but user agents are expected to still support them to ensure backwards compatibility A prominent example is the FONT tag and other presentational attributes It should be avoided and CSS used instead, but browsers will still interpret it correctly
deprecated
Within the context of HTML DTDs, a deprecated term is one whose use is no longer recommended, but which is still supported for backward compatibility Go to top of page
deprecates
third-person singular of deprecate
deprecating
present participle of deprecate
deprecating
A deprecating attitude, gesture, or remark shows that you think that something is not very good, especially something associated with yourself. Erica made a little deprecating shrug. + deprecatingly dep·re·cat·ing·ly He speaks deprecatingly of his father as a lonely man
deprecating
tending to diminish or disparage; "belittling comments"; "managed a deprecating smile at the compliment"; "deprecatory remarks about the book"; "a slighting remark"
deprecating
In manner that deprecates; insulting; belittling
deprecatingly
In a deprecating manner
deprecatingly
disapprovingly; derisively, scornfully
deprecation
An allowable tax deduction which reflects the "using up" of the service life of equipment
deprecation
a prayer to avert or remove some evil or disaster
deprecation
the act of expressing disapproval (especially of yourself) a prayer to avert or remove some evil or disaster
deprecation
(n ) A reference to a class, interface, constructor, method, or field that is no longer recommended, and might not be included in a future version of a product
deprecation
{i} condemnation, disapproval; belittlement, protestation
deprecation
Refers to a class or method that is no longer important, and will probably cease to exist in the future
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The act of deprecating
deprecation
When new releases of specifications are released, some older features may be marked as being deprecated This means that new work should not use the features and that although they are supported in the current release, they may not be supported or available in future releases
deprecation
An imprecation or curse
deprecation
the act of expressing disapproval (especially of yourself)
deprecation
Refers to a class, interface, constructor, method or field that is no longer recommended, and may cease to exist in a future version
deprecation
The act of deprecating; a praying against evil; prayer that an evil may be removed or prevented; strong expression of disapprobation
deprecate
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