- to remove or degrade from one's social class, position, or rank; lower in status.
Origin of declass
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Examples from the Web for declass
In 1905 Declass had had to go because the German Emperor wished it.
A man, a suspicious character, a declass, hears or discovers that there are important political documents in my house.
- (tr) to lower in social status or position; degrade
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