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  • n. Plural form of downgrader.

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Examples

  • While budget airlines have been forced to lift their rates in line with surging fuel costs, some are also cashing inon so-called downgraders as more affluent consumers—who previously wouldn't have considered taking a low-cost carrier —are prompted by higher ticket prices to shop for bargains.

    Aloft, Asian Heft

  • Then people started writing firmware downgraders so they could get their homebrew back.

    Apple gets a little evil.

  • There were several downgraders on my SCLM in 2007 who did what they could (not much, by the way) and passed ... everyone passed ...

    Army Rumour Service

  • Thousands of upgraders, downgraders and investors will fight for more

    WN.com - Business News

  • The need to upgrade data in production (and the difficulty of both effectively testing downgraders and preserving information that earlier schemas did not account for) has always been my biggest difficulty in pushing new changes this quickly.

    random($foo)

  • Microsoft hoping for Win 7 upgraders, reluctantly allowing downgraders Toshiba matches prices, ship dates to LED backlit REGZA LCDs in Japan

    Joystiq [Xbox]

  • Microsoft hoping for Win 7 upgraders, reluctantly allowing downgraders

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Report: Microsoft to give free Windows 7 upgrades to XP downgraders

    Latest from Computerworld

  • Report: Microsoft to give free Windows 7 upgrades to XP downgraders The Internet is a bad, baaaad thing.

    Latest from Computerworld

  • Report: XP downgraders to receive free Windows 7 upgrades

    Computerworld

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