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downgrade

verb [T]     /ˌdaʊnˈɡreɪd/
to reduce someone or something to a lower rank or position, or to make something less important or less valued (使)降級;(使)降職;貶低;輕視 My job's been downgraded to that of ordinary editor. 我已經被降爲普通編輯了。 We mustn't let management downgrade the importance of safety at work. 我們絕不能允許管理層輕視工作安全問題。 →  Compare upgrade verb Promoting, demoting and transferring staffDeteriorating and making worse
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