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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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USA boss David Sarachan says England should be "applauded" for honouring Wayne Rooney and insists it does not devalue the Wembley friendly.
One market analyst said it looked like the central bank was "prepared" to devalue and suggested the exchange rate around 128 is "here to stay for now".
Manchester United face Everton in the last four of the FA Cup on April 19 and Fergie insists the move devalues the competition as well as pushing up the cost for supporters.
Playing the semis at Wembley devalues the final as a special, one-off day.
"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.
Stock prices often rise when a currency devalues. More of the devalued currency will be required to buy healthy companies' shares.
"There is a collusion between the ratings companies and the advertising industry to devalue black radio in the same way society devalues black people.
``I don't think the decision to name four captains devalues the captaincy.
"The Web makes all comments, all opinions, all rumors, and all accusations of equal value by reducing them all to `stuff.' It devalues dialogue and debate."