The verb relegate means to give someone or something a lesser important position.

Synonyms are demote, dismiss, downgrade, or exile.

The word origins from Latin (1590s) relegatus meaning “to banish, send into exile”, past participle of relegare meaning “remove, dismiss, banish, send away, schedule, put aside”. It comes from re- meaning “back” plus legare meaning “send with a commission”. Its meaning “place in a position of inferiority” is recorded from 1790.

Don’t relegate yourself to wearing worn out clothes on her party.

It is no longer needed to relegate Susie to that position.

The fallen angels were relegated. Otherwise, they would have caused eternal chaos to the kingdom.