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In July 2020 Google moved the rich results testing tool out of beta and with that announcement, the company said it would deprecate its structured data testing tool.
She frequently opens the conversation with a little self-deprecating humor, joking that she is a bit like Shakira and a bit like Muhammad Ali.
After all, third-party cookies have already been deprecated in Safari, Firefox, Edge, and Brave browsers, and they will eventually go the same way in Chrome too.
Twitter, TikTok and Instagram tend to be popular among different demographics, so hopefully deprecating Fleets will clear the way for another, more popular format and an ad product to go with it.
On June 24, Google announced in a blog post it intends to delay by more than a year its self-imposed deadline to deprecate third-party cookies in its Chrome browser.
The verb "to deprecate" entered the English language in the 17th century.
Assuming that the reverend gentleman was inadvertently buried alive, we deprecate this delay.
She smiled timidly, as though to deprecate her sister's vengeance.
But he is careful to deprecate all ideas of violent revolution--the process is to be accomplished by the most peaceful methods.
"Ask her to wait," the mistress said; then glanced at her visitor to deprecate the anticipated polite protest on her part.
But the friends of the leading candidates deprecate the mention of names until the candidates are presented by the chosen orator.
On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deprecate, such as: depreciate, derogate, detract, discountenance, disesteem, and disfavor.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.