depreciate


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decrease

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lose value

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But what further depreciates the whale as a civilized dish, is his exceeding richness.
He said it is necessary to take precautionary measures so that the Pakistani rupee is does not depreciate further.
The central bank has allowed exchange rate to depreciate at the time of economic crisis in the past.
There are projections that the reserves may depreciate further .
Muscat: Indian rupee is likely to depreciate further in the coming months, mainly due to a better demand for the United States dollar in view of surging oil prices in international markets, an expert said here on Wednesday.
We depreciate the grant over a period of five years on a straight-line (20 per cent) basis and, after five years, it is fully depreciated.
Even if the sol is depreciating we will keep buying (dollars) and you'd expect the sol to depreciate a bit more.
In the short term, the NT dollar is likely to depreciate further and may test the line of US$1=NT$29.
The case focused on apartment owner AlliedSouth's cost-segregation study that sought to depreciate over five and 15 years components spread over 12 categories: site preparation and earthwork, water-distribution system, sanitary-sewer system, as line, site electric, special HVAC (e.
With time, most boats depreciate in value, as they become more prone to repair needs when older.
The Lexus would depreciate quite quickly and the Merc isn't as desirable as the 3-Series.
In Monday's column, publicist Kim Mehmeti estimates that nobody believed that BDI will give in before Gruevski and depreciate the intelligence of 30 percent ethnic Albanians in Macedonia.
Instead, investors bet that the dollar will continue to depreciate, or at least not appreciate to such an extent as to wipe out their gains on the interest differential.
With the US government's rescue plan of printing more dollar notes, the currency will depreciate more.
1 : belittle <He often depreciates his own talent.