Definition of debased in English:

debased

Syllabification: de·based
Pronunciation: /diˈbāst
 
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adjective

  • Reduced in quality or value: the debased traditions of sportsmanship
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    • Economic transactions would then be conducted through barter rather than via the medium of a debased script.
    • On stage, he becomes an archetypal embodiment of the debased American dream.
    • They came from all directions, travelling on roads known only to a few mad or debased souls.

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