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di pree shee ayt

  • v  belittle
  • v  lower the value of something
    The Fed depreciated the dollar once again
  • v  lose in value
    The dollar depreciated again

  • Walker fears that China, in its efforts to support growth and the millions employed in export factories, will eventually allow the yuan to depreciate, forcing all other Asian .
  • Bonds would on paper remain still, but actually depreciate in value measured in commodities.
  • Project Laundry List's Lee dismisses the notion that clotheslines depreciate property values, calling that idea a "prissy sentiment" that needs to change in light of global warming.
News & Articles

  • Used EV prices to fall 30% in '13
    — The value of the average used plug-in electric hybrid vehicle is expected to depreciate nearly 30 percent this year, the biggest decline of any vehicle segment, the National Automobile Dealers Association Used Car Guide says.
    June 19, 2013 - Detroit News
  • Truck stops add revenue to counties, Treasure Coast officials say | Map
    Some 400 Martin County residents say a proposed truck stop off I-95 will depreciate their property values. Truck stops in St. Lucie and Indian River Counties have a positive economic impact, officials said.
    June 16, 2013 - Stuart News
  • How to make money from your hobbies
    Hobbies that continually require you to buy new things tend to be money drains, Hamm writes, unless you find things you can purchase for personal enjoyment and fulfillment that won’t depreciate in value, or at least won’t depreciate very much.
    June 13, 2013 - The Christian Science Monitor

  • Wen Jiabao in AFP
    I am paying great attention to the world economy. I am especially worried about the US economy,Wen said Tuesday at a press conference. "What I'm worried about is that the US dollar continues to depreciate, when will we see it hit the...
  • David Dodge in Reuters Canada
    It has been appropriate for the US dollar to depreciate as it has,Dodge said on the sidelines of a gathering of central bankers in Cape Town.

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