degraded

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Feeling degradation; deprived of dignity or self-respect
Simple past tense and past participle of degrade
{s} lowered in value; morally unrestrained; lowered in rank or position
Having steps; said of a cross each of whose extremities finishes in steps growing larger as they leave the center; termed also on degrees
Having the typical characters or organs in a partially developed condition, or lacking certain parts
Reduced in rank, character, or reputation; debased; sunken; low; base
unrestrained by convention or morality; "Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society"; "deplorably dissipated and degraded"; "riotous living"; "fast women"
past of degrade
lowered in value; "the dollar is low"; "a debased currency"
degraded himself
humiliated himself, abased himself
degrade
To reduce in quality or purity

The DNA sample has degraded.

degrade
to take away honors or position from
degrade
{v} to lessen, place lower, disgrace, turn out
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To reduce from a higher to a lower rank or degree; to lower in rank; to deprive of office or dignity; to strip of honors; as, to degrade a nobleman, or a general officer
degrade
lower the grade of something; reduce its worth
degrade
reduce the level of land, as by erosion
degrade
Any defect that lowers the grade or quality of a log
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According to W3C recommendations web pages should 'degrade gracefully', meaning that they should be displayed across different platforms and browsers in such a way that the content of a page still makes sense For example, web sites using style sheets for layout should still display text, images, navigation and content in a linearised logical order when viewed in old or non-standard compliant browser where style sheets or certain types of mark-up are not supported and therefore ignored (see also: Linearised table)
degrade
To degenerate; to pass from a higher to a lower type of structure; as, a family of plants or animals degrades through this or that genus or group of genera
degrade
To lower in value or social position
degrade
Reduce the information content of
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To degrade something means to cause it to get worse. the ability to meet human needs indefinitely without degrading the environment
degrade
According to W3C recommendations web pages should 'degrade gracefully', meaning that they should be displayed in roughly the same way across different platforms and browsers For example, web sites using style sheets should still display text and images in a logical order when viewed in old or non-standard compliant browser where style sheets or certain types of mark-up are not supported and therefore ignored (see also: Linearised table)
degrade
{f} humiliate, dishonor; reduce (in size, amount, etc.); break down (Chemistry)
degrade
In science, if a substance degrades or if something degrades it, it changes chemically and decays or separates into different substances. This substance degrades rapidly in the soil. the ability of these enzymes to degrade cellulose. = break down
degrade
To reduce in estimation, character, or reputation; to lessen the value of; to lower the physical, moral, or intellectual character of; to debase; to bring shame or contempt upon; to disgrace; as, vice degrades a man
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Something that degrades someone causes people to have less respect for them. the notion that pornography degrades women When I asked him if he had ever been to a prostitute he said he wouldn't degrade himself like that. + degrading de·grad·ing Mr Porter was subjected to a degrading strip-search. = humiliating
degrade
To reduce in altitude or magnitude, as hills and mountains; to wear down
degrade
break down
degrade
lower the grade of something; reduce its worth reduce the level of land, as by erosion
degrade
reduce in worth or character, usually verbally; "She tends to put down younger women colleagues"; "His critics took him down after the lecture"
degraded

    Silbentrennung

    de·gra·ded

    Türkische aussprache

    dîgreydıd

    Aussprache

    /dəˈgrādəd/ /dɪˈɡreɪdəd/

    Etymologie

    [ di-'grAd, dE- ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Old French degrader, from Late Latin degradare, from Latin de- + gradus step, grade; more at GRADE.

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