devaluate

[dee-val-yoo-eyt]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), devaluated, devaluating.
to devalue.

Origin:
1895–1900; de- + value + -ate1

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devalue or devaluate (diːˈvæljuː, diːˈvæljuːˌeɪt)
 
vb , -values, -valuing, -valued, -valuates, -valuating, -valuated
1.  to reduce (a currency) or (of a currency) be reduced in exchange value
2.  (tr) to reduce the value or worth of (something)
 
devaluate or devaluate
 
vb

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Example sentences
Most importantly, borrower does not have the capability to devaluate the cash.
Fisher's primary concern is that the well was located in a non-conforming location and may devaluate his property.
So if you devaluate the value of this, they will have impact immediately.
Third, air pollution may devaluate real estate and contribute to the blighting of neighborhoods.
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