devalue


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  • verb

Synonyms for devalue

Synonyms for devalue

to become or make less in price or value

Synonyms for devalue

remove the value from

lower the value or quality of

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I wouldn't want to go and see a straight comedy show and, likewise, I don't think the comedy devalues the poetry," he says before being disturbed by his cat.
Because DeValue is certified and teaches at a school where pupils perform poorly on standardized tests, she is eligible to receive $5,000 from the state every year for up to four years as long as she works as a classroom teacher at a low-performing school.
I don't think the decision to name four captains devalues the captaincy.
China is unlikely to devalue its currency as long as the Asian economy continues to recover and the yen remains at current levels, Japanese Ambassador to China Sakutaro Tanino said Monday on a visit to Tokyo.
But teaching our children that violence is wrong under any circumstances--even when necessary to protect their own lives--conditions them to be victims, and serves to devalue their lives in preference to the lives of the Harrises and Klebolds of this world.
Traders had predicted that Thailand would devalue and now they had hit a home run: They were both looking smart and making lots of money.
Pressure has eased on Vietnam's dong currency, but many bankers expect dollar liquidity to tighten in the next few months, forcing the government to devalue the local currency by the end of the second quarter.
If the yen continues its descent, China may be forced to devalue its currency, which will send a financial tsunami around the world.
4 billion trade deficit in 1997, the level of which has raised concerns that the country will be forced to devalue its currency to boost exports.
As a condition of accepting the IMF's money, Third World countries are forced to devalue their currency, lift the subsidies on basic food items, freeze wages, open their economies to foreign companies, and pay off debts to foreign banks as a first priority.
In her essay "Patrilineage," Schor points out that many writers on art by women implicitly devalue these artists by enshrining men as their ultimate source of luminous parentage; women are explained by reference to Barthes, legitimated as heirs of Duchamp, etc.
BAD FEDERAL TAX LAWS DEVALUE PROPERTY, SERVICES SUFFER, MORAN SAYS
CHICAGO -- The extreme popularity of investment strategies overly focused on alpha has had the unintended effect of causing investors to devalue beta, according to Brian Singer, Chief Investment Officer for the Americas and Head of the Global Investment Solutions (GIS) team for UBS Global Asset Management.
According to Reuters, the apex bank is planning to further devalue the kwanza this year.