demotion


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de·mote

 (dĭ-mōt′)
tr.v. de·mot·ed, de·mot·ing, de·motes
To reduce in grade, rank, or status: was demoted from captain to lieutenant.


de·mo′tion n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.demotion - act of lowering in rank or position
change - the action of changing something; "the change of government had no impact on the economy"; "his change on abortion cost him the election"
promotion - act of raising in rank or position

demotion

noun
The act or an instance of demoting:
Translations
تَنْزيل رُتْبَه
degradace
degradering
lefokozás
stöîulækkun
degradácia
rütbesini indirme

demotion

[dɪˈməʊʃən] N (gen) → descenso m de categoría (Mil) → degradación f

demotion

[dɪˈməʊʃən] n
[officer, manager] → rétrogradation f
[team] → relégation f

demotion

n (Mil) → Degradierung f; (in business etc) → Zurückstufung f; (Sport) → Abstieg m

demotion

[dɪˈməʊʃn] ndegradazione f

demote

(diˈməut) verb
to reduce to a lower rank. He was demoted for misconduct.
deˈmotion noun
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In a statement, he said that increment for three years would be suspended of teachers found guilty of absence for four consecutive days adding a suggestion was under consideration that they would be given demotion or termination from job in case of absence on fifth day.
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Nearly three months after that announcement, the police department served Burrus with a suggested punishment, including a 60-day suspension, a "severe" letter, involuntary transfer to patrol and demotion to lieutenant, the lawsuit states.
Park.' But she says bias training or demotion might be better in this case.
The IG then ordered the demotion of all these SHOs and made three of them assistant sub-inspectors (ASIs) and one SHO sub-inspector.
People have misinterpreted the redeployment we undertake periodically of senior officers to mean demotion,' Kilonzi said.
Another 16 percent attributed the action to an organizational restructuring or the position being eliminated, and 6 percent said the demotion was voluntary.
Lahore: Pakistan's senior batsman Mohammad Hafeez is reportedly considering retirement in protest against his recent demotion in the players'categories by the Pakistan Cricket Board, local media reported on Tuesday.
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Some police officials see the new appointment of Cascolan as a demotion since the top post of the Civil Security Group (CSG) is considered as a position for one-star rank.