revaluate

[ree-val-yoo-eyt]
verb (used with object), revaluated, revaluating.
1.
to make a new or revised valuation of; revalue.
2.
to increase the legal exchange value of (a nation's currency) relative to other currencies.

Origin:
1920–25; probably back formation from revaluation; see re-, value, -ate1

revaluation, noun
nonrevaluation, noun
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revalue or revaluate (riːˈvæljuː)
 
vb
1.  Compare devalue to adjust the exchange value of (a currency), esp upwards
2.  (tr) to make a fresh valuation or appraisal of
 
revaluate or revaluate
 
vb
 
revalu'ation or revaluate
 
n

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Example sentences
One major advance of neurobiological research has been a revaluation of the
  extraordinary plastic capacity of the brain.
The agency said the pace of revaluation has been too slow since and more rapid
  appreciation is needed.
However, it is worth examining the case for a big revaluation of the yuan.
Eventually, tariffs will do the same thing as a revaluation.
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