deprecatingly

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In an deprecating manner; in a manner that deprecates; disapprovingly
disapprovingly; derisively, scornfully
In a deprecating manner
deprecate
to pray against
deprecate
to declare something obsolescent, i.e., to recommend against a function, technique, command, etc, that still works but has been replaced
deprecate
to belittle or express disapproval of
deprecate
to express disapproval or regret for, with hope for the opposite
deprecate
{v} to pray earnestly or against
deprecate
to discontinue
deprecate
express strong disapproval of; deplore
deprecate
to make obsolete (a language feature)
deprecate
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
deprecate
{f} disapprove; protest against; belittle, disparage
deprecate
To express earnest disapproval of This term is used to refer to obsolete structures that ought not to be used but remain valid
deprecate
belittle, as in : Have you noticed that he seems to deprecate himself just so we have to compliment him?
deprecate
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 )
deprecate
belittle; "The teacher should not deprecate his student's efforts"
deprecate
belittle; "The teacher should not deprecate his student's efforts" express strong disapproval of; deplore
deprecate
to express disapproval of
deprecatingly

    Silbentrennung

    dep·re·cat·ing·ly

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    Etymologie

    [ 'de-pri-"kAt ] (transitive verb.) 1628. Latin deprecatus, past participle of deprecari to avert by prayer, from de- + precari to pray; more at PRAY.

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