revalue

[ree-val-yoo]
verb (used with object), revalued, revaluing.
1.
to revise or reestimate the value of: efforts to revalue the dollar.
2.
to value again.

Origin:
1605–15; re- + value

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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
The only way to stem speculative inflows is to revalue a currency by so much that investors do not expect a further rise.
Companies sometimes revalue the price at which the options can be exercised.
The third measure, market value, uses indexes of stock market prices to revalue the owners' equity share of direct investment.
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