relegate \REL-uh-gayt\, transitive verb: 1. To assign to an inferior position, place, or condition. 2. To assign to an appropriate category or class. 3. To assign or refer (a matter or task, for example) to another for appropriate action. 4. To send into exile; to banish.
"Dwight, I swear, if you keep clicking that pen, I'm going to tell Michael to relegate you to the annex," sighed Jim.
"What? No, you can't do that!"
"Actually, as sole member of the validty committee, absolutely I can."