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Englisch - Türkisch
(rütbe/derece/vb.) indirmek
(Bilgisayar) Eski sürümü yüklemek: Bilgisayarda, bir programın ya da yazılımın eski sürümünü yeniden kurmak
{f} bozmak
{f} kalitesini bozmak
(Askeri) (NATO, ABD SAVUNMA KURULU) GİZLİLİK DERECESİNİ DÜŞÜRME: Gizlilik dereceli bir malzemenin, hususun veya dokümanın güvenlik derecesinin düşürülmesi
{f} derecesini indirmek, alçaltmak
{f} geriletmek
{i} iniş (yol)
{i} yokuş
{i} gerileme
{f} derecesini düşürmek
(Askeri) (ABD SAVUNMA BAKANLIÐI) GİZLİLİK DERECESİNİ DÜŞÜRME: Gizlilik dereceli bir bilginin, Milli Güvenlik menfaatleri bakımından, daha düşük bir gizlilik derecesine ve gizlilik işaretinin, bu yeni gizlilik derecesini gösterecek işaretle değiştirilmesine ihtiyaç gösterdiğini tespit etmek. Bak. "classify"
{i} düşüş
(Askeri) gizlilik derecesini düşürme
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Englisch - Englisch
A reduction of a rating, as a financial or credit rating
To revert software back to an older version
To 'dumb down', reduce in complexity, or remove unnecessary parts
To place lower in position

The stock was downgraded from 'buy' to 'sell'.

to reduce the official estimate of a storm's intensity
the property possessed by a slope or surface that descends rate lower; lower in value or esteem
If someone is downgraded, their job or status is changed so that they become less important or receive less money. There was no criticism of her work until after she was downgraded His superiors suspended him, and then downgraded him. = demote upgrade
Lowering the status of a road - by giving it a different, less important number; a lower classification or physical alterations - in order to discourage its use as a mjor road Usually this is done when a newer route is built nearby: for example, the M40 was opened in 1991 and as a result A-roads nearby were downgraded, the A34 to A3400 and A41 to B4100 Not quite the opposite of an upgrade
The lowering of a bond rating by a rating service Compare: UPGRADE See: RATINGS
A procedure and an administrative decision to reduce the security classification of the subject media
A determination that classified information requires, in the interest of national security, a lower degree of protection against unauthorized disclosure than currently provided, together with a changing of the classification designation to reflect a lower degree of protection
{i} downward slope; decline, regression (of morals, religion, etc.)
the property possessed by a slope or surface that descends
Where a student is enrolled in a PhD and where the research they are undertaking is not at an appropriate level for a PhD and the institution recommends that the student downgrade their degree to a Master's by Research course or where the student, for personal or academic reasons, seeks to revert to a Master's by Research course There would be no interval between the candidature for the PhD and Master's degree unless the interval was covered by a period of suspension With a downgrade, the research undertaken by the student while enrolled for the PhD would either be continued in the Master's by Research degree or modified to meet the requirements for the Master's program
To remove partial service from your home Services that can be removed are HBO, Cinemax, Disney, Showtime, Movie Channel, Starz!, converters, additional outlets, and VCR's
A downgrade results when a position is reclassified to a classification which is in a lower pay grade than the current one
rate lower; lower in value or esteem
Occurs when a Ratings Agency lowers the rating of an Issuer (e g , Aaa to Aa)
To change to an older version of the same software product
A classic negative change in ratings for a stock, and or other rated securities
1 The changing of a rating by a rating agency to a lower (less credit worthy) rating
If something is downgraded, it is given less importance than it used to have or than you think it should have. The boy's condition has been downgraded from critical to serious upgrade
{f} lower in grade, lower in status
downgrade diplomatic ties
weaken diplomatic relations with a foreign country
Simple past tense and past participle of downgrade
Present participle of downgrade
A downgrade; a reduction of a rating, as a financial or credit rating
past of downgrade
Whose rating, status etc has been reduced
third-person singular of downgrade