- To remove; detract: an error which will derogate from your reputation.
- To deviate from a standard or expectation; go astray.
- To take away; to detract; to withdraw; -- often with from.
- to do something beneath one-s ranking, spot, beginning, or personality; to degenerate.
- To disparage; belittle. See Synonyms at decry.
- To annul to some extent; to repeal partially; to restrict; to limit the activity of; -- said of a law.
- to reduce; to detract from; to disparage; to depreciate; -- said of one or thing.
- Diminished in value; dishonored; degraded.
- To destroy or impair the force and aftereffect of; minimize the extent, authority, etc., of.
- To detract from; abate; disparage.
- To eliminate; retrench; remove (from).
- To take away a part; detract; make an improper or damaging abatement: with off.
- To fall away in character or conduct; degenerate.
- Synonyms Depreciate, Derogate from, etc. See decry.
- Lessened in degree, estimation, character, etc.; invalidated; degenerate; degraded; damaged.
- cause to appear less really serious; play-down
- Definition for "derogate"
- To remove; detract: an error which will derogate…
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