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Synonyms for deflate

Synonyms for deflate

to cause to be no longer believed or valued

Synonyms for deflate

collapse by releasing contained air or gas

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release contained air or gas from

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reduce or lessen the size or importance of

produce deflation in

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reduce or cut back the amount or availability of, creating a decline in value or prices

become deflated or flaccid, as by losing air

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To determine the feasibility as well as the impact of deflating the monthly Census trade data, the Bureau attempted to deflate monthly trade data for the past 4 years using the import and export price indexes already available.
Our lens man caught a traffic cop in the act of deflating the tyre of a car parked on the pavement near the university.
Prosecutors accused the three Nigerian guards and their Pakistani supervisor of forming a gang and intentionally deflating the six tyres of the pickup and wrecking the tyres.
The Gandhi scion also mocked at BJP for hyphenating their victory in 2004 and 2009 which turned out to be a cropper and urged the voters to punish them by deflating their new balloon and help Congress win yet again.
When we apply this method of deflating the loan balance with the relevant asset price for mortgage loans, we indeed find that the output index based on the number of mortgage loans closely tracks the index based on the loan balance deflated by a house price index compiled by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
ORGINOS, Computing and deflating eigenvalues while solving multiple right hand side linear systems with an application to quantum chromodynamics, SIAM J.
On the other hand, deflating net interest by book value yields a positive non significant relationship.
Pressure monitoring systems detect when a tyre is deflating and trigger incar warning systems.
Ordinary antifouling products aren't always suitable for inflatables because they can crack and chip when inflating and deflating the boat.
The change reflects a new treatment of special financing incentives (such as "zero-percent" financing), one that is more consistent with our method of deflating consumer purchases of light trucks.
A deflating real estate market has translated into lagging residential construction, offset slightly by spurts in commercial and industrial construction.
Run flat tyres must only be fitted to a car that has been designed to accept this technically advanced tyre and has a pressure monitoring system that provides the driver with an audible or visual warning of a deflating tyre.