(verb) to make faulty or defective; impair / (verb) to debase in moral or aesthetic status / (verb) to make ineffective
Bourdieu’s attempt to explain habitus as a result of class is thus vitiated by a basic conceptual weakness.
These factors had a vitiating effect on the BDLB, which eventually saw a slow dismantling of the protective schemes for workers.
why do i always think this word means the opposite.
this evaluation does not vitiate the need for these adaptive reforms
In the case of VW, the company’s neutrality may have vitiated the effect of such tactics, but that did not prevent others from engaging in them.