- [bài huài]
- undermine 逐渐削弱; 使逐步减少效力; 从根基处破坏; 挖…的墙脚;
- corrupt 腐败的，贪污的; 不诚实的; 〈计〉有错误的;
- debase 降低质量（地位、价格等）; 降低（硬币的）价值，贬值;
- ruin 毁坏; 破坏; 使破产;
He said statisticians gave them a bad rap by "lying with figures".
I will not have the likes of you dragging down my reputation.
They spread disinformation in order to discredit politicians.
She claimed they were sullying her good name.
Agents provocateurs may seek to discredit the opposition.
They're trying to blacken our name.
The photos were deliberately taken to discredit the President.
You have dishonoured the name of the school.
the hotel's tattered reputation
What he had done brought dishonor to the family.
His bad behaviour has tarnished the good name of the school.
These dreadful people bring down the tone of the neighbourhood.
It would be corrupting discipline to leave him unpunished.
It would be corrupting military discipline to leave him unpunished.
The man's morals are rotten to the core.