Definition of relegate:
distinguish, infract, interrupt, defer, trust, categorize, give way, entrust, block off, assort, wear out, elevation, displace, pass around, get around, erupt, part, downgrade, go on, circulate, intermit, give away, fall apart, render, hand over, reveal, catapult, bar, advancement, weaken, break in, codify, burst, break, violate, collapse, break down, assign, peg, check, bow, advance, unwrap, move on, type, digest, place, bankrupt, divulge, bump, dampen, stop, come apart, break-dance, impart, wear, founder, cast out, split, banish, class, demote, ruin, group, put forward, break off, go against, state, expose, better, transport, bust, go, block up, aggrandizement, range, resign, bring out, present, break out, snap off, smash, let out, rank, break away, pause, separate, conk out, progress, go bad, pass along, confide, pass on, pass, communicate, commend, let on, get out, sort out, soften, posit, put in, fail, put across, break up, crack, knock, classify, subject, recrudesce, march on, elevate, breach, compartment, give in, fracture, blockade, kick downstairs, fall in, discover, take, offend, cave in, distribute, split up, barricade, block, compartmentalize, grade, dislodge, transfer, shun, encounter, give out, die, give, damp, bump up, exalt, divest, hand, submit, turn over, happen, disclose, accede, commit, debar, consign, chance, reconcile, transgress, discontinue, sort, find, ostracise, reach, develop.
- exclude (part of speech: verb)
- rid (part of speech: verb)
By this treaty Austria was to cede Lombardy to Napoleon, who was to relegate it to Sardinia; the Italian States were to be amalgamated into a confederation, under the Presidency of the Pope, but Venice, though forming part of this same confederation, was to remain under Austrian rule.- "The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 17", Charles Francis Horne.
Difficulties, from the lower side, will accompany the spiritual life in its higher evolution, but once it has become conscious of its own Divine nature and certainty it will gain sufficiently in content and power to relegate them all to the periphery.- "An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy", W. Tudor Jones.
- "Divine-Comedy-Longfellow-s-Translation-Complete", Dante Alighieri.