relegate

relegate
1. v отсылать, направлять

to relegate an article to the waste-paper basket — отправить статью в корзину

to be relegated to appendices — быть перенесённым в приложения

2. v относить; классифицировать

to relegate a new species to a given family — отнести вновь открытый вид к определённому семейству

3. v передавать для решения или исполнения

to relegate the matter to the committee — передать дело в комиссию

4. v передавать, перепоручать; передавать

to relegate certain duties to subordinates — передавать определённые обязанности своим подчинённым

5. v юр. возвращать дело из вышестоящего в нижестоящий суд
6. v переводить в низший разряд; низводить

he relegated his wife to the position of a mere housekeeper — он превратил свою жену в домашнюю работницу

7. v спорт. переводить в низший класс

to relegate a team to the second league — перевести команду во вторую лигу

8. v сдавать
9. v редк. ссылать, высылать

he was relegated to his country-seat — его сослали в имение

Синонимический ряд:
1. banish (verb) banish; cast out; deport; dismiss; displace; eject; eliminate; exile; expatriate; expel; expulse; ostracize; oust; run out; transport
2. consign (verb) allocate; assign; commend; commit; confide; consign; delegate; depute; dispatch; entrust; hand over; send; transfer; turn over
Антонимический ряд:
detain; keep

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

Смотреть что такое "relegate" в других словарях:

  • relegate — [v1] assign, transfer accredit, charge, commend, commit, confide, consign, credit, delegate, entrust, hand over, pass on, refer, turn over; concepts 41,143 Ant. assume, hold, keep relegate [v2] banish, downgrade demote, deport, dismiss, displace …   New thesaurus

  • Relegate — Rel e*gate (r?l ? g?t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Relegated} ( g? t?d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Relegating}.] [L. relegatus, p. p. of relegare; pref. re re + legare to send with a commission or charge. See {Legate}.] To remove, usually to an inferior… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • relegate — I verb allocate, assign, ban, banish, bar, cast out, consign, convey, delegate, deport, depute, discard, dislodge, dismiss, dispatch, displace, elide, eliminate, entrust, eradicate, exclude, excommunicate, exile, expatriate, expel, isolate, omit …   Law dictionary

  • relegate to — index commit (entrust) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • relegate — 1580s to banish, send into exile (implied in relegation), from L. relegatus, pp. of relegare remove, dismiss, banish, from re back + legare send with a commission (see LEGATE (Cf. legate)). Meaning place in a position of inferiority is recorded… …   Etymology dictionary

  • relegate — vb *commit, entrust, confide, consign Analogous words: refer, assign, credit, accredit, charge (see ASCRIBE) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • relegate — ► VERB 1) place in an inferior rank or position. 2) (usu. be relegated) Brit. transfer (a sports team) to a lower division of a league. DERIVATIVES relegation noun. ORIGIN Latin relegare send away …   English terms dictionary

  • relegate — [rel′ə gāt΄] vt. relegated, relegating [< L relegatus, pp. of relegare, to send away < re , away, back + legare, to send: see LEGATE] 1. to exile or banish (someone) to a specified place 2. to consign or assign to an inferior position:… …   English World dictionary

  • relegate — v. 1) (d; tr.) to relegate to (to relegate smb. to second class status) 2) (misc.) (GB) to relegate a team to the second division * * * [ relɪgeɪt] (misc.) (GB) to relegate a team to the second division (d;tr.) to relegate to (to relegatesmb. to… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • relegate — UK [ˈreləɡeɪt] / US [ˈreləˌɡeɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms relegate : present tense I/you/we/they relegate he/she/it relegates present participle relegating past tense relegated past participle relegated to move someone or something to a less… …   English dictionary

  • relegate — rel|e|gate [ˈrelıgeıt] v [T] [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of relegare to send back to do a job ] 1.) formal to give someone or something a less important position than before relegate sb/sth to sth ▪ Women tended to be… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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