relegate


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Synonyms for relegate

Synonyms for relegate

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

Synonyms for relegate

refer to another person for decision or judgment

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expel, as if by official decree

assign to a class or kind

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They decided to relegate clubs based on league position only - the first knowledge we had of this was when an e-mail arrived from Ken Tucker (on June 5).
But he quit in 2006 and, having taken over Dublin, is now in a position to relegate his beloved Clare if his adopted team wins today.
But ahead of tonight's clash at Selhurst Park, Swansea chief Sousa said: "I would like not to take 10 points off, but to automatically relegate a club because it's unfair on other clubs who are working hard to sort out contracts and things.
Norwich will go down unless they win at Charlton and Barnsley lose at Plymouth - which would relegate Barnsley instead.
A 1-0 win would have been enough to keep Alty up and relegate STAFFORD in their place.