- v. transitive To give something a lower rating.
“I, for one, didn't "downrate" the post because I doubt the research or the relevance of the sources, or as some sort of attack on the person who posted it.”
“I cannot understand why Australian government, by forcing them to "downrate", pretty much asks companies to make their killing simulators more "kid friendly".”
“| Reply | Permalink if you own a dvr or tivo and want to hurt abc where it counts, downrate their shows, as explained in a dkos diary. details here. skippy”
“You can still go to YouTube and downrate the video, though.”
“So, please don't downrate comments just because you disagree with them!”
“Really, how can you downrate someone's reaction to a video?”
“Every time someone says something negative about Obama you down-rate them and call them a troll. marc, it seems that every time you do not agree with the content of the rebuttal you downrate.”
“I typically do not downrate posts I rebutt, as those are the forum rules.”
“Every time someone says something positive about Obama you downrate them.”
“Lemme just give you a 5 before the Obama cult thought police show up to downrate you.thosethingswesay. blogspot.com”
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