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Definition of "detracts" [detracts]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of detract. (verb)

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Use "detracts" in a sentence
  • "In another comment, GT wrote, "When you have people like Luskin on your side it kind of detracts from the seriousness of your arguments.""
  • "When you have people like Luskin on your side it kind of detracts from the seriousness of your arguments."
  • "I also think that the media scrummage detracts from the really nasty hate fuelled discrimination that really does need to be tackled."