devaluate

[ US /dɪˈvæɫjuˌeɪt/ ]
VERB
  1. lose in value
    The dollar depreciated again
  2. remove the value from; deprive of its value
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How To Use devaluate In A Sentence

  • Japan denies any wrongdoing, and says allegations of vote-buying are meant to "devaluate Yahoo! News: Top Stories
  • Trying to sell your home in this economy is hard enough but when the village allows someone to cause your property to devaluate, that is unacceptable. News - chicagotribune.com
  • We're heading toward government devaluing its currency to devaluate its debt in order to survive.
  • Continually rising shipping fees and material costs while the products we sell devaluate. Archive 2009-06-01
  • If China devaluates its currency 10%, the total revenue from this product will decrease by 10%.
  • The Taiwan dollar is under pressure to devaluate because the island's economy is slowing.
  • Uninsured property would devaluate faster if the risk of war increases, so there is a direct incentive not to free-ride. Privatizing Defense vs. Socializing Medicine, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Yes, it is a competitive advantage to be able to devaluate, but it also is a tremendous cut for the people, so that depends on from where you are looking at things. Iris Erlingsdottir: Democracy Weakening Everywhere
  • This threatens to devaluate culture in a way these authors may not wish.
  • It is the position of being devaluated or looked down on which gives you a very different view of the world.
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