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They spread tales about her in an attempt to devalue her work...
Selling tickets for a devalued championship is becoming increasingly difficult...
She feels devalued because she knows her husband has had affairs.
To devaluethe currency of a country means to reduce its value in relation to other currencies.
India has devalued the Rupee by about eleven per cent...
It will lead to devaluation of a number of European currencies...
There were massive devaluations of several currencies.
1.US President Donald Trump said he would restore tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Brazil and Argentina because of, what he called, the “massive devaluation” of the countries’ currencies which has hurt American farmers.
2.The governor of China’s central bank Yi Gang said recently that China would maintain a “normal” monetary policy and would not get involved in competitive devaluation in an effort to improve the country’s slowing economy.
3.Devaluation would only give the economy a brief respite.
4.The French are on solid ground when they argue that competitiveness is no reason for devaluation
5.France is also set against devaluation.
6.Some industrialists believe the government should grasp the nettle of devaluation before the referendum takes place.
7.Sweden may also have benefited from not using the euro: a Krona devaluation last year helped exports.
8.Two other concepts related to the value of a currency are devaluation or revaluation.
9.Combined debt and competitiveness problems are very hard to resolve without devaluation or inflation.
10.No one would accuse the eurozone of competitive devaluation.