embase definition

  • verb:
    • bodily to lower.
    • to create down or reduced position, standing, etc.; to degrade, humiliate.
    • to lessen the worthiness of (a coin, commodity etc.); to debase (a coin) with alloy.
    • bodily to lower.
    • To bring straight down or reduced in place, condition, etc.; to degrade, humiliate.
    • to lessen the worthiness of (a coin, commodity etc.); to debase (a coin) with alloy.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To bring down or reduced, such as position, price, etc.; to debase; to break down; to deteriorate.
    • To bring down or reduced, as with position, worth, etc.; to debase; to degrade; to deteriorate.
  • others:
    • To lower; degrade; depress or hollow completely.
    • to reduce in price; debase; vitiate; deprave; damage.
    • To lower in nature, rank, or estimation; degrade.
    • to lessen; degrade; depress or hollow out.
    • to reduce in price; debase; vitiate; deprave; impair.
    • to reduce in the wild, rank, or estimation; degrade.

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