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Translation of "devalue" - English-Spanish dictionary

devalue

verb   /ˌdiːˈvæl.juː/
to reduce the rate at which money can be exchanged for foreign money devaluar Last year Mexico was forced to devalue the peso.1423
to cause someone or something to be considered less valuable or important subvalorar I don’t want to devalue his achievement, but he managed to get a promotion without working very hard.1977
devaluation noun   /ˌdiː.væl.juˈeɪ.ʃən/
(Definition of devalue from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

devalue

verb /diːˈvӕljuː/
(business ) to reduce the value of (especially a currency) devaluar, desvalorizar The government devalued the dollar.
devaluation /diːvӕl-/ noun
(business) the act of devaluing devaluación the devaluation of the dollar.
(Definition of devalue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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