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in·fra dig

 (ĭn′frə dĭg′)
adj.
Beneath one's dignity.

[Short for Latin īnfrā dignitātem : īnfrā, below + dignitātem, accusative of dignitās, dignity.]
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infra dig

(ˈɪnfrə ˈdɪɡ)
adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (postpositive) informal beneath one's dignity
[C19: from Latin phrase infrā dignitātem]
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in•fra dig

(ˈɪn frə ˈdɪg)
adj.
beneath one's dignity.
[1815–25; < Latin infrā dignitātem]
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infra dig

A Latin phrase meaning beneath someone’s dignity.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.infra dig - beneath your dignity; "considered helping with the dishes to be infra dig"
undignified - lacking dignity
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Translations

infra dig

(o.f.) [ˈɪnfrəˈdɪg] ADJ ABBRdenigrante
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infra dig

adj (inf)unter meiner/seiner etc Würde
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infra dig

[ˈɪnfrəˈdɪg] adjpoco dignitoso/a
it would be infra dig for him to ... → non si abbasserebbe mai a...
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References in classic literature ?
He thought it infra dig, and did not quite like appearing in society afterwards--that society in which he had been accustomed to pose up to now as a young man of rather brilliant prospects.
It is considered infra dig to imbibe plain water if one happens to be thirsty; you go instead for what is euphemistically known as a 'beverage'.
Hence it may be infra dig to the main party on the opposition side.
While it may be infra dig, we must yield to the modus operandi of the bona-fide de facto regime and accept their agenda in return for a quid pro quo.
The idea of pricing ecosystem services is also infra dig in many academic circles.
One shows three sets of male legs in identical dark trousers and slightly infra dig loafers.
Clearly Volvo's punt is that for every existing XC90 buyer who finds the latest car infra dig, there will be countless more attracted to the marque, and these will probably be valuable conquest sales from the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
If something is 'infra dig', what is What is lanolin also known as?
It's an infra dig role in a claptrap movie, and I didn't have the heart even to kid him about it.