verb (used with object), de·mot·ed, de·mot·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM demotede·mo·tion, noun
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The report further argues that “Google has also actively demoted certain rivals through imposing algorithmic penalties.”
According to Wikipedia “At age 21, she worked for the Social Security Administration office in Oklahoma, where she was demoted after becoming pregnant with her first child.”
Murphy fiercely denies those allegations, but shortly after the reports were published, he was demoted from his position and reassigned to an administrative support role.What to make of the DHS whistleblower’s shocking complaint|Alex Ward|September 11, 2020|Vox
For example, Bing might demote name-calling and offensive statements.A deeper dive into more of the Bing Search ranking factors|Barry Schwartz|August 25, 2020|Search Engine Land
The Narendra Modi government also bifurcated the state and demoted it to two union territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Leh.One year in, Modi’s “new Kashmir” has pauperised its people|Manavi Kapur|August 5, 2020|Quartz
Obama or Congress could demote or impeach Jaczko within the next year; either move would be highly unprecedented.Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Greg Jaczko's Controversial Reign|Daniel Stone|December 14, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Unless he has a good excuse I shall demote him, by making you first mate.The Launch Boys' Adventures in Northern Waters|Edward S. Ellis
Billy Kasker wandered off for a few moments and I had to demote him.Be It Ever Thus|Robert Moore Williams