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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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dollars, devaluing the yuan lowers the cost of exporting goods from China to the U.S., negating the impact of the tariffs.
Rising demand for large eggs is having a "major impact" on poultry farmers by devaluing smaller eggs, it said.
PM Imran also spoke about the current hike in the value of dollar and revealed that the SBP did not ask the government before devaluing the rupee.
Irresponsible exporters are addicted to subsidies, tax breaks, bailouts while devaluing rupee will deprive them of incentive to upgrade machinery, improve quality and find new markets, he stressed.
Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Monday that he was not in favour of devaluing exchange rates to boost economic growth.
Dalmia pointed out that the Chinese government appeared to be more sensitive to the decline in their exports than the Indian government as they had acted with alacrity to arrest the decline in their exports by taking urgent steps like devaluing their currency.
"Central banks do not take into account the interests of partners in the union while devaluing their national currencies," he said.
Summary: General Motors says its fourth-quarter net profit nearly doubled as it made a dizzying array of accounting moves due to tax credits and devaluing European assets.
"Devaluing to Prosperity: Misaligned Currencies and Their Growth Consequences" is a scholarly study of currencies and their growth or lack their of.
Sudan's central bank reverses decision on devaluing currency ST - Inflation fears as S.
"My biggest fear would be devaluing what I have achieved and devaluing the jersey.
From a selfish perspective it's really annoying because it devalues our Test series and it's also devaluing this one-day series," The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Flower, as saying.
"Where there is a clear case of a real exchange rate misalignment and where there are efficiency and equality reasons to change the exchange rate regime in order to regain international competitiveness, devaluing is always an option."
But printing loads of money has the effect of devaluing the money already in circulation.
However, it seems devaluing tradition in football is a regular occurrence.