Synonyms and related words:
beat down, break, cheapen, circulate, cut, cut prices, decline, decry, deflate, demonetize, depreciate, devalue, dive, fall, fall in price, give way, issue, jew down, lower, mark down, nose-dive, pare, plummet, plunge, reduce, reissue, remonetize, revalue, sag, shave, slash, slump, trim, underrate, undervalue, utter, write, write off

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  • devaluate — verb Date: 1898 devalue …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • devaluate — verb To reduce in value …   Wiktionary

  • devaluate — de·val·u·ate || ‚diː væljÊŠeɪt v. depreciate, lessen, decrease, devalue …   English contemporary dictionary

  • devaluate — de·valuate …   English syllables

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  • devaluate —   v.t. reduce value of, especially of currency in terms of other currencies.    ♦ devaluation, n …   Dictionary of difficult words

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