Definition of 'relegate'
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Used Occasionally. relegate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: relegate /ˈrɛlɪˌɡeɪt/ VERB
If a team that competes in a league is relegated, it is moved to a lower division because it finished at or near the bottom of its division at the end of a season.
The coach relegated him to a place on the second team.
- American English: relegate
- Arabic: يُحَوِّلُ إلى رُتْبَة أَدْنى
- Brazilian Portuguese: relegar
- Chinese: 降级
- Croatian: uputiti
- Czech: degradovat
- Danish: forvise
- Dutch: degraderen
- European Spanish: relegar
- Finnish: alentaa
- French: reléguer
- German: degradieren
- Greek: υποβιβάζω
- Italian: relegare
- Japanese: 左遷する
- Korean: 좌천시키다
- Norwegian: degradere
- Polish: wydalić
- European Portuguese: relegar
- Romanian: a degrada
- Russian: низводить
- Spanish: relegar
- Swedish: relegera
- Thai: ลดตำแหน่ง
- Turkish: daha önemsiz bir göreve kaydırmak
- Ukrainian: переводити до нижчої категорії
- Vietnamese: giáng chức
Definition of relegate from the Collins English Dictionary
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