Definition of disclass in English:

disclass

verb

  • with object To remove from a class; especially to remove (a person) from his or her original social class. Now also: to undo the classification of (a ship); to declassify.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Standard. From dis- + class.

Pronunciation

disclass

/dɪˈsklas//dɪˈsklɑːs/