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revalueverb

uk   us   /riːˈvæljuː/
[T] FINANCE, ACCOUNTING to calculate the value of something again, especially to give it a higher value than before: The auditors found a hole in the accounts and forced the company to revalue its assets.
[I or T] ECONOMICS to increase the value of a country's currency in comparison with the currency of other countries: There was pressure on some Asian countries to revalue their currency. Speculation has mounted in recent weeks that the yuan will soon be revalued against the dollar.
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(Definition of revalue from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “revalue”
in Chinese (Simplified) 对…再估价, 重新评价…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對…再估價, 重新評價…
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