- v.使降低身份，使卑下( demean的现在分词 );
Aid, however it is obtained, is demeaning to the recipients.
He found it demeaning to work for his former employee.
It was a demeaning and ultimately frustrating experience.
In the process, each stalemated the other while demeaning itself.
He found it very demeaning to have to work for his former employee.
But some of Doyle's ideas seem demeaning and questionable.
Burro is a demeaning name . Technically , it's called a wild ass.
Anthony : Its just black people demeaning other black people, using that word over and over.
安东尼: 只有黑人才彼此这么叫,“黑鬼”这个, “黑鬼”那个.
I've even applied at a gas station, and worked at a gas station. - Demeaning?
我曾申请到一家加油站工作, 在一家加油站工作. - 贬低身份?
1. causing awareness of your shortcomings;
"golf is a humbling game"