relegate - Dictionary definition and meaning for word relegate
relegate..split it like rele(relatives+gate)your relatives are crying at THE GATE because you are not allowing them to enter your house, you have put them in a worse place i.e the GATE WHICH IS ALMOST LIKE A FOOTPATH.
Being a delegate is an important position. Take care of it. Don't let anyone relegate you.
rele(relatives)+gateâ€¦...Bad rank of your RELATIVE in GATE examination has PUTTED HIM INTO A LOWER PLACE(department) of study
relegate is the opposite of delegate(usually of higher position ex:foreign delegate)
basically this word is taken from Latin legare which means to send.....so you send someone out of country...you put them in worse situation and place....you send pople to inferior positions.
relegate rhymes with delegate. Delegate as a verb means TRANSFER(of power esp)
re+legate.....IN ANCIANT ROME .LEGATE was a official representative of the king or governer of the state who use to ASSIST them..in work..and every legate was ASSIGNED HIS DUTY.
Rele-gate ...the word gate indicates something like a gate keeper or some job of low cadre
remember relegation team in the English premier league.
rally + gate all those who took part in rally near the University Gate are banned and some assigned to a lower rank
relegate = rele (sounds like rail) + gate. You will be in bad condition if u r without ticket and caught at railway station's gate by TT.
relegate ~ re-leg-gate: re-position(re-leg) to lower room(gate): to be downgraded
i will relegate you if you delegate your duties to him anymore.