Sinónimos de derogate en inglés:

derogate


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1‘his contribution has been underestimated and derogated by his critics’

SINÓNIMOS
disparage, denigrate, belittle, diminish, deprecate, downplay, detract from, deflate, decry, discredit, cast aspersions on, downgrade, slight, run down, criticize, defame, vilify, abuse, insult, attack, speak ill of, speak evil of, pour scorn on
coloquial bad-mouth, do a hatchet job on, take to pieces, pull apart, throw mud at, drag through the mud, have a go at, hit out at, lay into, tear into, knock, slam, pan, bash, hammer, roast, skewer, bad-mouth, throw brickbats at
Britanico coloquial rubbish, slag off, monster, slate
Norteamericano coloquial pummel, dump on
inglés de Australia, inglés de Nueva Zelanda coloquial bag
arcaico contemn
marginal vituperate, asperse, vilipend
ANTÓNIMOS

praise

2‘agreeing to swear such an oath would certainly have derogated the majesty of the king’

SINÓNIMOS
detract from, devalue, diminish
reduce, lessen, lower, depreciate, take away from
demean, cheapen, defame
ANTÓNIMOS

improve, increase

3‘there is no person who can make rules which override or derogate from an Act of Parliament’

SINÓNIMOS
deviate, diverge, depart, take away, digress, veer, swerve, drift, stray
differ, vary
change
conflict with, be incompatible with