Definitions

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  • verb transitive, Internet To demote (an IRC operator) from operator status.

Etymologies

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de- +‎ op

Examples

  • Thus a good many adverbs came to be indistinguishable from their ancestral adjectives, for example, hard in to pull hard, loud in to speak loud, and deep in to bury deep (= Anglo-Saxon, deop-e).

    Chapter 9. The Common Speech. 5. The Adverb

  • * Fixed a bug causing an empty MODE message to be sent to the server preceding the correct one when using/op,/deop and the like.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing an empty MODE message to be sent to the server preceding the correct one when using/op,/deop and the like.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing an empty MODE message to be sent to the server preceding the correct one when using/op,/deop and the like.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing an empty MODE message to be sent to the server preceding the correct one when using/op,/deop and the like.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing an empty MODE message to be sent to the server preceding the correct one when using/op,/deop and the like.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing as many mode chars as target nicknames given to commands like/op,/deop etc. to be sent as part of every single resultant MODE messages sent to the server, despite one MODE message being generated for every group of three target nicknames.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing as many mode chars as target nicknames given to commands like/op,/deop etc. to be sent as part of every single resultant MODE messages sent to the server, despite one MODE message being generated for every group of three target nicknames.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing as many mode chars as target nicknames given to commands like/op,/deop etc. to be sent as part of every single resultant MODE messages sent to the server, despite one MODE message being generated for every group of three target nicknames.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

  • * Fixed a bug causing an empty MODE message to be sent to the server preceding the correct one when using/op,/deop and the like.

    KDE-Apps.org Content

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