ETYM Cf. French abaissement. A low or downcast state | SYN: degradation, abjection. Depriving one of self-esteem
A negative value.
ETYM Latin humiliatio: cf. French humiliation.
1 > Depriving one of self-esteem | SYN: humbling, abasement.
2 > State of disgrace or loss of self-respect.
The act of debasing or the state of being debased.
ETYM Late Lat. degradatio, from degradare: cf. French dégradation. Related to Degrade.
The deterioration in quality, level, or standard of performance of a functional unit. 2 > In communications, a condition in which one or more of the required performance parameters fall outside predetermined limits, resulting in a lower quality of service.
Changing to a lower state (a less respected state) | SYN: debasement.
ETYM Cf. French dépréciation.
1 > A decrease in price or value over time.
2 > Decrease in value of an asset due to obsolescence or use | SYN: wear and tear.
In economics, the decline of a currency's value in relation to other currencies. Depreciation also describes the fall in value of an asset (such as factory machinery) resulting from age, wear and tear, or other circumstances. It is an important factor in assessing company profits and tax liabilities.
ETYM Cf. Old Fren. desparagement.
1 > A communication that belittles somebody or something | SYN: depreciation, derogation.
2 > The act of speaking contemptuously of | SYN: dispraise.
The act of vilifying or defaming; abuse.
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