degraded definition

  • adjective:
    • low in position, self-esteem, or esteem.
    • Having already been corrupted or depraved.
    • Having been low in quality or price.
    • experiencing or having encountered degradation; deprived of dignity or self-respect.
    • obtaining the typical figures or body organs in a partially evolved condition, or lacking particular parts.
    • Having actions; said of a cross whoever extremities end in tips growing bigger while they leave the centre; on levels.
    • lower in position, personality, or reputation; debased; sunken; reduced; base.
    • Having the typical figures or organs in a partially evolved problem, or lacking particular parts.
    • Having actions; -- said of a cross each of whose extremities finishes in actions developing bigger because they leave the middle; -- termed in addition on degrees.
    • unrestrained by meeting or morality
    • lowered in value
  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of degrade.
  • others:
    • lower in position; deprived of an office or a dignity.
    • Lowered in personality or value; debased; low.
    • In biology, reduced in taxonomic ranking, or in complexity of structure or purpose; brought to or becoming in circumstances of degradation.
    • In heraldry, put upon tips. In addition degreed.
    • In geology, worn out; leveled by erosion.
    • In thermodynamics, reduced to a form less available for further transformation: stated of power which because of changes has been became heat.

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