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To reduce in grade, rank, or status:
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  1. To reduce in grade, rank, or status:
  2. To lower the rank or status of something.
  3. To reduce to a lower grade; lower in rank
To feel and express disapproval of; plead against
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  1. To feel and express disapproval of; plead against
  2. (Archaic) To try to avert by prayer
  3. (Computers) To mark (a component of a software standard) as obsolete to warn against its use in the future so that it may be phased out.
To sell or offer for sale at a reduced price:
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  1. To sell or offer for sale at a reduced price:
  2. To reduce in quantity or value:
  3. To lend or sell with discounts
A lowering or decline, as in status or level:
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  1. A lowering or decline, as in status or level:
  2. A downward incline or passage; a slope:
  3. A downward slope
A downward movement or fall, as in price.
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  1. A downward movement or fall, as in price.
  2. A downward slope; a declivity:
  3. A downward slope
The slope of the tangent line to a given curve at a designated point
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  1. The slope of the tangent line to a given curve at a designated point
  2. A piece of ground that is not flat or level; rising or falling ground; specif., a portion of the side of a hill or mountain
  3. A stretch of ground forming a natural or artificial incline:
To estimate or make appear to be of the least possible amount, value, or importance
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  1. To estimate or make appear to be of the least possible amount, value, or importance
  2. To represent as having the least degree of importance, value, or size:
  3. To reduce to a minimum; decrease to the least possible amount, degree, etc.
To feel and express disapproval of; plead against
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  1. To feel and express disapproval of; plead against
  2. (Archaic) To try to avert by prayer
  3. (Computers) To mark (a component of a software standard) as obsolete to warn against its use in the future so that it may be phased out.
To become lower; sink, fall, become reduced, etc.
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  1. To become lower; sink, fall, become reduced, etc.
  2. To let, bring, or move down to a lower level.
  3. To weaken; undermine:
A decline to a lower status or level.
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  1. A decline to a lower status or level.
  2. A feeling of disappointment or depression.
  3. A fall to a low or lower status or position, as of power or wealth
A downward movement or depressed condition; defeat, misfortune, etc.
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  1. A downward movement or depressed condition; defeat, misfortune, etc.
  2. Fine, soft, fluffy feathers forming the first plumage of a young bird and underlying the contour feathers in certain adult birds.
  3. A downward movement; descent:
A fall of rain or snow, especially a heavy or unexpected one.
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  1. A fall of rain or snow, especially a heavy or unexpected one.
  2. A sudden, heavy fall, as of snow
  3. A sudden fall, as from prosperity or power
To cause to give up a habit:
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  1. To cause to give up a habit:
  2. To reduce in rank; demote.
  3. To reduce to poverty or bankruptcy
To move with jerks or jolts
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  1. To move with jerks or jolts
  2. To cause to knock against an obstacle:
  3. To shake up and down; jolt:
(Geology) To reduce in altitude or magnitude, as hills and mountains; to wear down.
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  1. (Geology) To reduce in altitude or magnitude, as hills and mountains; to wear down.
  2. (Intransitive) To reduce in quality or purity.
  3. To reduce in grade, rank, or status; demote.
To lower the rank or status of something.
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  1. To lower the rank or status of something.
  2. To reduce to a lower grade; lower in rank
  3. To reduce in grade, rank, or status:
To break up into constituent elements by analysis
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  1. To break up into constituent elements by analysis
  2. To bring into a certain order; systematize
  3. To bring to a specified undesirable state, as of weakness or helplessness:
To cause to become bankrupt or short of money:
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  1. To cause to become bankrupt or short of money:
  2. To burst or break
  3. (Slang) To reduce in rank; demote.
To make cheap or cheaper
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  1. To make cheap or cheaper
  2. To depreciate, belittle, or bring into contempt
  3. To become cheap or cheaper.
To make lower in value, quality, character, dignity, etc.; cheapen
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  1. To make lower in value, quality, character, dignity, etc.; cheapen
  2. To lower in character, quality, or value; degrade.
  3. To lower the value of (a currency) by reducing the amount of valuable metal in the coins.
To bring into dishonor or contempt
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  1. To bring into dishonor or contempt
  2. To lower in dignity; dishonor or disgrace:
  3. To cause an organic compound to undergo degradation.
To lower in status or character; degrade; humble
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  1. To lower in status or character; degrade; humble
  2. To conduct or behave (oneself) in a particular manner:
  3. To lower in status or character; degrade or humble:
To represent or speak of as unimportant or contemptible:
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  1. To represent or speak of as unimportant or contemptible:
  2. To knowingly say that something is smaller or less important than it actually is.
  3. To cause to seem little or smaller than something else:
To depreciate (money, etc.) officially
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  1. To depreciate (money, etc.) officially
  2. To express disapproval of (a person); denounce:
  3. To depreciate (currency, for example) by official proclamation or by rumor.
(Archaic) To blacken
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  1. (Archaic) To blacken
  2. To attack the character or reputation of; speak ill of; defame:
  3. To disparage; belittle:
To write off an expenditure for (a tangible asset) by prorating over a certain period, usually the estimated useful life of the asset.
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  1. To write off an expenditure for (a tangible asset) by prorating over a certain period, usually the estimated useful life of the asset.
  2. To lessen the price or value of:
  3. To reduce in value or price
To lower oneself; lose face
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  1. To lower oneself; lose face
  2. To deviate from a standard or expectation; go astray:
  3. (Archaic) To take (a part or quality) away from something so as to impair it
To take or draw away
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  1. To take or draw away
  2. To draw or take away; divert:
  3. To reduce the value, importance, or quality of something. Often used with from :
To reduce in esteem or rank.
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  1. To reduce in esteem or rank.
  2. To speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way.
  3. To dishonor by a comparison with what is inferior; to lower in rank or estimation by actions or words; to speak slightingly of; to depreciate; to undervalue.
To represent as having the least degree of importance, value, or size:
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  1. To represent as having the least degree of importance, value, or size:
  2. To estimate or make appear to be of the least possible amount, value, or importance
  3. To reduce to a minimum; decrease to the least possible amount, degree, etc.
To treat (someone) with discourteous reserve or inattention:
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  1. To treat (someone) with discourteous reserve or inattention:
  2. To make even or level.
  3. (Military, of a fortification) To render no longer defensible by full or partial demolition.
(Idiomatic) To speak condescendingly or as though the listener is inferior.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To speak condescendingly or as though the listener is inferior.
  2. (Idiomatic) To negotiate a lower price.
To depreciate, belittle, or bring into contempt
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  1. To depreciate, belittle, or bring into contempt
  2. To become cheap or cheaper.
  3. To lower in public estimation; debase or degrade:
To lessen the price or value of:
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  1. To lessen the price or value of:
  2. To write off an expenditure for (a tangible asset) by prorating over a certain period, usually the estimated useful life of the asset.
  3. To reduce in value or price
To lower in value, price, or amount
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  1. To lower in value, price, or amount
  2. To lower prices in (a financial market).
  3. (Music) To lower the pitch of
To reduce in value.
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  1. To reduce in value.
To lessen or, sometimes, annul the value, importance, etc. of
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  1. To lessen or, sometimes, annul the value, importance, etc. of
  2. To lower or remove the value of something.
  3. To lower the exchange value of a currency by lowering its gold equivalency.
To let, bring, or move down to a lower level.
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  1. To let, bring, or move down to a lower level.
  2. To become lower; sink, fall, become reduced, etc.
  3. To weaken; undermine:
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  1. To write a memorandum about.
  2. To subtract marks (points) for an error.
  3. To reduce the price of.
To lower the price of:
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  1. To lower the price of:
  2. (Photog.) To weaken or lower the density of (a negative or print) by removing metallic silver
  3. To lower in rank or grade; demote.
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