disrate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To reduce in rank or score; demote.
    • to cut back to a lower life expectancy rating or rank; to break down.
    • To reduce in position or score; demote.
    • to lessen in rank or score; demote.
    • to cut back to less score or position; to degrade.
    • to lessen to a lesser rating or rank; to degrade.
  • verb:
    • To lower an interest rate or score
    • To demote a sailor to a lower rank
    • to reduce an interest rate or score
    • To demote a sailor to a lower life expectancy position
    • to lessen an interest rate or rating
    • To demote a sailor to a lower life expectancy ranking
  • others:
    • Nautical, to cut back to less rating, as a petty officer, or a non-commissioned officer of marines.
    • Nautical, to lessen to a lower rating, as a petty officer, or a non-commissioned officer of marines.
    • Nautical, to cut back to a reduced score, as a petty officer, or a non-commissioned officer of marines.

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