demotion (Meaning)

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demotion (n)

act of lowering in rank or position

demotion Sentence Examples

  1. The demotion of the senior executive came as a shock to many in the company.
  2. After a series of mistakes, the demotion of the manager was inevitable.
  3. Sarah felt disheartened by her demotion from team leader to a regular employee.
  4. The demotion of the quarterback to second string caused quite a stir in the sports community.
  5. Following the demotion, John struggled to regain his confidence in the workplace.
  6. The demotion of the star performer was a strategic move to foster team development.
  7. The demotion of the professor was met with protest from students who admired his teaching style.
  8. Despite his demotion, Tom remained committed to proving his worth to the company.
  9. The demotion of the department head was a consequence of budget cuts.
  10. Lisa's demotion to a lower-paying position forced her to reassess her career goals.

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act of lowering in rank or position

sacking,firing, humiliation, reduction, dismissal,bump,layoff, disrating, debasement, downgrade

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The demotion of the senior executive came as a shock to many in the company.

After a series of mistakes, the demotion of the manager was inevitable.

Sarah felt disheartened by her demotion from team leader to a regular employee.

The demotion of the quarterback to second string caused quite a stir in the sports community.