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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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What Broto in particular is referring to here is the devaluing of the esthetic capital accumulated in his formative years--a vision stripped of power, which becomes lost in a poeticized, estheticized, or banally mystical apprehension of his work.
the patient feels helpless and counterattacks by blaming staff for his or her condition), devaluing (severely criticizing staff in an unreasonable manner), and idealizing (overvaluing certain staff members to an unreasonable degree).
6% discount to Net Asset Value (NAV), we believe that the investment community is overly discounting Elron's operations and devaluing the private-company portfolio to a great extent.
From a selfish perspective, it's annoying because it devalues our Test series and it is also devaluing this one-day series, the Daily Mail quoted Flower, as saying.
If supposed that soms will continue devaluing at the same rate, then exchange rate might constitute 46.
Italy, which had a history of devaluing the lire, is now paying the price and 20,000 workers at Fiat have been sacked.
COUNCIL chiefs in Liverpool have been accused of devaluing the Freedom of the City honour.
COUNCIL chiefs in Liverpool were today accused of devaluing the Freedom of the City honour.
In a statement presented to the policy-setting Interim Committee of the International Monetary Fund, Dai Xianglong said China has refrained from devaluing the yuan for the sake of regional stability and growth.