downgrade

All Noun Verb
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  • Info In computing, downgrading refers to reverting software (or hardware) back to an older version; downgrade is the opposite of upgrade. more...
  • But we got in on the downgrade and lost her arm for her. Cited from The Doctor's Dilemma, by George Bernard Shaw
  • But the team was not quite ready for a great class and downgraded immediately.
  • The old bridge is still in operation but has been downgraded to a municipal road.
  • However, the matches were later downgraded in status and are no longer considered to have been first-class.
  • For many years the station had a run-down appearance and had been downgraded to a request stop.
  • Tracks may be upgraded or downgraded while a race meeting is taking place.
  • It was then downgraded to settlement due to a lack of growth.
  • A downgraded version of the game was released for the Game Boy Color.
  • It made out to sea, now downgraded as a severe tropical storm.
  • High and Low profile movements were still present in-game, though they were downgraded.
  • Subsequently, the system turned north and was downgraded to a tropical depression the next day.
  • The downgrade in power would have afforded France more opportunity to influence the other nations.
  • They are usually the former national road which was downgraded following the opening of the motorway.
  • Other cities saw reduced service or downgrade of service.
  • All the others have been downgraded to staff and workers.
  • The sound quality for these music tracks have also been downgraded and are slightly muffled.
  • Her speed had been reduced to, so she was downgraded to troop transport vessel.
  • However, in recent years many have been rebuilt and downgraded and now far more resemble city streets.
  • The term downgrade may be used in the opposite situation.
  • By early on the following day, it was downgraded to a deep depression while moving toward the northeast.
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Meaning of downgrade

  • noun The property possessed by a slope or surface that descends
  • verb Rate lower; lower in value or esteem