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decertify

[ dee-sur-tuh-fahy ]
/ di藞s蓽r t蓹藢fa瑟 /
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verb (used with object), de路cer路ti路fied, de路cer路ti路fy路ing.
to withdraw certification from.
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Origin of decertify

First recorded in 1915鈥20; de- + certify

OTHER WORDS FROM decertify

de路cer路ti路fi路ca路tion [dee-sur-tuh-fuh-key-shuhn, dee-ser-tif-uh-], /di藢s蓽r t蓹 f蓹藞ke瑟 蕛蓹n, 藢di s蓹r藢t瑟f 蓹-/, noun
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How to use decertify in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for decertify

decertify
/ (di藧藞s蓽藧t瑟fa瑟) /

verb -fies, -fying or -fied (tr)
to withdraw or remove a certificate or certification from (a person, organization, or country)

Derived forms of decertify

decertification, noun
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