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Synonyms for depreciation
dɪˌpri ʃiˈeɪ ʃənde·pre·ci·a·tion

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  1. depreciationnoun

    a decrease in price or value

    "depreciation of the dollar against the yen"

    disparagement, derogation, wear and tear


  2. depreciation, wear and tearnoun

    decrease in value of an asset due to obsolescence or use

    disparagement, derogation, wear and tear


  3. disparagement, depreciation, derogationnoun

    a communication that belittles somebody or something

    derogation, wear and tear, disparagement, dispraise


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  1. depreciationnoun

    fall in price, diminution of value

  2. depreciationnoun

    detraction, disparagement, derogation, censure

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  1. Fang Xinghai:

    A depreciation is not in the interests of China's rebalancing; a too deep currency fall would not be good for consumption.

  2. Liu Haiying:

    You buy Hong Kong shares for two reasons; they're cheap and you can dodge yuan depreciation.

  3. Gian Primo Quagliano:

    Things in Italy could improve substantially through positive boosts to our economy expected from a drop in crude prices, the depreciation of the euro, the policy of the ECB and improved consumer confidence among families and businesses.

  4. Ankit Gheedia:

    Buying protection should indeed be one of the key themes for Q1, there is a clear lack of any positive news for equities while continued commodity and manufacturing sector weakness combined with Chinese yuan depreciation is increasing deflationary pressures.

  5. Steven Rosenthal:

    Depreciation for buildings that are not suffering wear and tear, that is a generous tax benefit, every developer gets that, but taking deductions on other people's money, that goes beyond what other real estate developers would do.

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