[ dee-plat-fawrm ]
/ ˌdiˈplæt fɔrm /
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verb (used with object)
to prohibit (a person or people) from sharing their views in a public forum, especially by banning a user from posting on a social media website or application: Some viewers boycotted the advertisers connected to the show in an effort to deplatform the controversial co-host.
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OTHER WORDS FROM deplatformde·plat·form·ing, noun
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How to use deplatform in a sentence
The ad buys are one step in an escalating campaign Democrats are waging against the Congress member, in which they seek to deplatform her in Congress while fundraising off the controversies surrounding her.Democrats want to make Marjorie Taylor Greene the face of the GOP|Gabby Birenbaum|February 2, 2021|Vox