Definition of 'deskill'
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Used Rarely. deskill is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'deskill'
British English: deskill VERB
If workers are deskilled, they no longer need special skills to do their work, especially because of modern methods of production.
Administrative staff may be deskilled through increased automation and efficiency.
- American English: deskill
- Brazilian Portuguese: perder uma habilidade que se torna desnecessária por causa de métodos mais modernos
- Chinese: > 使不再需要专业技能因先进生产方式
- European Spanish: desprofesionalizar
- French: déqualifier
- German: Fähigkeiten verlieren
- Italian: dequalificare
- Japanese: 単純作業化する
- Korean: > 일이 단순 작업화 되다자동화·분업화로
- European Portuguese: perder uma habilidade que se torna desnecessária por causa de métodos mais modernos
- Latin American Spanish: desprofesionalizar
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