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demote (one) from (something)

To reassign one to a role or position with less authority or responsibility. I'm worried that if the boss finds out this blunder was my fault, she'll demote me from team manager.
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demote (one) from (something) to (something)

To reassign one to a role or position with less authority or responsibility. I'm worried that if the boss finds out this blunder was my fault, she'll demote me from project manager to a lower position.
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demote (one) to (something)

To reassign one to a role or position with less authority or responsibility. I'm worried that if the boss finds out this blunder was my fault, she'll demote me to a lower position.
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demote (one) to (something) from (something)

To reassign one to a role or position with less authority or responsibility. I'm worried that if the boss finds out this blunder was my fault, she'll demote me to a lower position from project manager.
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demote someone from something (to something)

 and demote someone (from something) to something
to lower someone's rank from one rank to another. The manager demoted Bill from cashier to clerk. The army demoted her from lieutenant to sergeant.
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The court also determined that, because a cause of action for wrongful demotion "would extend the reach of this judicial intervention from an employer's right to discharge an employee to its right to manage its employees' duties and responsibilities in the workplace," recognizing such a claim "would require courts to become increasingly involved in the resolution of workplace disputes...
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Jagland's demotion could make an award critical of President Vladimir Putin more likely, since Russia is a Council member.
Italian media began speculating about his demotion as early as September; Burke himself confirmed his imminent removal from the corridors of power in a recent interview.
Summary: Los Angeles police officer Steven Ruiz, who had some bumps in his lengthy law enforcement career, is suing his former employer due to a demotion.
17 probe," were members of any faction or parallel state structure, adding that their demotion and suspension from their posts were not reasonable.
Enjoy your demotion from the Premier League to French football.
We will be reviewing the book nearer publication but in the meantime, here's a snapshot from the official preview: Rebus is back on the force, albeit with a demotion and a chip on his shoulder.
Basra Provincial Council voted for the demotion of the police commander following the deterioration of the security situation here, but his political bloc obstructed the decision.
After their demotion, owner Amado Omar Yanez used his Grupo Delfines seafood company to buy a controlling stake in Jaguares de Chiapas, a club based more than 600 miles away in Tuxtla Gutierrez.
* "demotion separation": the CEO/ chairman remains as CEO only; an independent director becomes chairman.
The defeat left the club second bottom of the table and facing demotion out of the Football League for the first time since they joined in 1920.