269 - Relegate

Relegate : Verb

  1. relegate somebody/something (to something) to give somebody a lower or less important position, rank, etc. than before (Oxford)
  2. ​[usually passive] relegate something (British English) to move a sports team from playing with one group of teams to playing in a lower group (Oxford)
  3. to put someone or something into a lower or less important rank or position (Cambridge)

عہدہ کم کرنا تنزلی کرنا

Sentence (s)

  1. She was then relegated to the role of assistant. (Oxford)
  2. He relegated the incident to the back of his mind. (Oxford)
  3. The story was relegated to the middle pages of the paper. (Cambridge)

Phrases & Connected Words

  • relegated to the role of assistant
  • relegated the incident
  • story was relegated to the middle pages

Synonym(s)

  1. Entrust
  2. Refer

Antonym(s)

  1. Promote
  2. Upgrade

Word Family

  1. Relegate