degrade 的 2 个定义
- to lower in dignity or estimation; bring into contempt: He felt they were degrading him by making him report to the supervisor.
- to lower in character or quality; debase.
- to reduce to a lower rank, degree, etc.; deprive of office, rank, status, or title, especially as a punishment: degraded from director to assistant director.
- to become degraded; weaken or worsen; deteriorate.
- Chemistry. to break down or decompose.
degrade 的近义词 51 个
- cast down
- cut down to size
- put down
- rule out
- run down
- shoot down
- take down
- take down a peg
- tear down
degrade 的反义词 29 个
- They need the right moisture levels and microbes to degrade.
- There has also been much speculation about a “million-mile battery” capable of being recharged many more times than current models without degrading.
- Extreme temperatures, low pressure and radiation can quickly degrade cell membranes and destroy DNA.
- The thalattosaur remains show little evidence of being degraded by stomach acid, suggesting the ichthyosaur died shortly after its enormous meal.
- She tested how fast her gel formula would degrade in the sun and wind by applying the gel to a non-bee drone.
- Now Obama promises to “degrade and destroy” the self-declared Islamic State (or ISIL, or ISIS).
- U.S. warplanes have already flown more than 100 sorties to degrade ISIS ground forces, and many more bombs are on the way.
- The plan to degrade al Qaeda enough so that U.S. forces can leave is already lagging behind schedule.
- “Dioxin” is the dirtiest of dirty words and this designation, like the chemical itself, does not degrade.
- Kenneth recognizes the terrible truths of our existence: that gun violence will continue to devastate and degrade everyone.
- You would degrade yourself to my level; and, God knows, mine is a very low level.
- Misfortune cannot degrade a man, unless he be intrinsically mean; it rather elevates him.
- Let such men become drivers to stage-coaches, but let them not degrade the name of travellers by assuming it to themselves.
- But men also humiliate us, degrade us, jeer at, ridicule the miseries that they and their society entail upon us.
- It flashed by like some grand procession of the stage, if one can so degrade its power and reality by the comparison.