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discountverb [T]

 us   /dɪsˈkɑʊnt, ˈdɪs·kɑʊnt/

discount verb [T] (NOT CONSIDER)

to decide that something or someone is not worth consideration or attention: He discounted fears about computer programming problems involving the year 2000 as exaggerated.

discount verb [T] (REDUCE PRICE)

to reduce the usual price for something: The airline has discounted domestic fares.
Translations of “discount”
in Arabic خَصْم, تَخْفيض…
in Korean 할인…
in Malaysian potongan harga…
in French rabais…
in Turkish indirim, fiyat düşürme, iskonto…
in Italian sconto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 減價,打折…
in Russian скидка…
in Polish zniżka, ulga, rabat…
in Vietnamese tiền khấu trừ…
in Spanish descuento…
in Portuguese desconto…
in Thai การลดราคา…
in German der Preisnachlaß…
in Catalan descompte…
in Japanese 割引…
in Indonesian potongan harga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 减价,打折…
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