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de·clas·si·fy

 (dē-klăs′ə-fī′)
tr.v. de·clas·si·fied, de·clas·si·fy·ing, de·clas·si·fies
To remove official security classification from (a document).

de·clas′si·fi′a·ble adj.
de·clas′si·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.

declassify

(diːˈklæsɪˌfaɪ)
vb, -fies, -fying or -fied
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (tr) to release (a document or information) from the security list
deˈclassiˌfiable adj
deˌclassifiˈcation n

de•clas•si•fy

(diˈklæs əˌfaɪ)

v.t. -fied, -fy•ing.
to remove the security classification that restricts access to (information, a document, etc.).
[1860–65]
de•clas′si•fi`a•ble, adj.
de•clas`si•fi•ca′tion, n.

declassify

To cancel the security classification of an item of classified matter. Also called DECL. See also downgrade.

declassify


Past participle: declassified
Gerund: declassifying

Imperative
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Present
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we declassify
you declassify
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Preterite
I declassified
you declassified
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we declassified
you declassified
they declassified
Present Continuous
I am declassifying
you are declassifying
he/she/it is declassifying
we are declassifying
you are declassifying
they are declassifying
Present Perfect
I have declassified
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he/she/it has declassified
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you have declassified
they have declassified
Past Continuous
I was declassifying
you were declassifying
he/she/it was declassifying
we were declassifying
you were declassifying
they were declassifying
Past Perfect
I had declassified
you had declassified
he/she/it had declassified
we had declassified
you had declassified
they had declassified
Future
I will declassify
you will declassify
he/she/it will declassify
we will declassify
you will declassify
they will declassify
Future Perfect
I will have declassified
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he/she/it will have declassified
we will have declassified
you will have declassified
they will have declassified
Future Continuous
I will be declassifying
you will be declassifying
he/she/it will be declassifying
we will be declassifying
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been declassifying
you have been declassifying
he/she/it has been declassifying
we have been declassifying
you have been declassifying
they have been declassifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been declassifying
you will have been declassifying
he/she/it will have been declassifying
we will have been declassifying
you will have been declassifying
they will have been declassifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been declassifying
you had been declassifying
he/she/it had been declassifying
we had been declassifying
you had been declassifying
they had been declassifying
Conditional
I would declassify
you would declassify
he/she/it would declassify
we would declassify
you would declassify
they would declassify
Past Conditional
I would have declassified
you would have declassified
he/she/it would have declassified
we would have declassified
you would have declassified
they would have declassified
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.declassify - lift the restriction on and make available again; "reclassify the documents"
free, release - make (information) available for publication; "release the list with the names of the prisoners"
classify - declare unavailable, as for security reasons; "Classify these documents"
Translations

declassify

[diːˈklæsɪfaɪ] VT [+ information] → levantar el secreto oficial que pesa sobre

declassify

[diːˈklæsɪfaɪ] vtrendre accessible au public, rendre accessible à tous

declassify

vt informationfreigeben

declassify

[diːˈklæsɪˌfaɪ] vt (documents, records) → declassificare
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7 million), while the number of declassifications was slashed by three-quarters (from 100 million to 28 million).
If current trends continue, during Bush's second term the number of annual classifications should top the number of declassifications for the first time since his father was elected president in 1988.