Definition of "derogation"
  1. The act of reducing the power, effectiveness, or validity of something, often used in reference to laws
How to use "derogation" in a sentence
  1. The new regulation resulted in the derogation of the existing labor law.
  2. The law was subjected to derogation, thereby losing some of its force.
  3. They claimed that the recent policy changes were a derogation of the fundamental rights.

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