- 第三人称单数: demeans;
- 过去式: demeaned;
- 过去分词: demeaned;
- 现在分词: demeaning;
I wouldn't demean myself by asking for charity.
Don't demean yourself by telling such obvious lies.
Such lier will demean you.
He felt he would demean himself if he replied to scurrilous letter.
Do you think he would demean himself by accepting a bribe?
你以为他会接受贿赂辱没自己 吗 ?
I wouldn't demean myself to ask for favours from them.
Don't demean yourself by doing anything dishonourable.
One to see one's colleagues demean themselves way.
You must demean yourself properly.
You will demean yourself if you agree to the terms of the contract.
1. reduce in worth or character, usually verbally;
"She tends to put down younger women colleagues"
"His critics took him down after the lecture"