- to make a new or revised valuation of; revalue.
- to increase the legal exchange value of (a nation's currency) relative to other currencies.
Origin of revaluate
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Examples from the Web for revaluation
Nowadays, however, there has been a revaluation of these old values.The Task of Social Hygiene
His revaluation of moral values has not shaken morality to its centre.Egoists
Such a revaluation of an old value offends our intellect while it touches our heart.Devil Stories
The humanist method must be extended to the whole subject-matter of education, even to a revaluation of knowing itself.The Behavior of Crowds
Everett Dean Martin
He had, in that moment, to make a revaluation of his sentiments for the financier—to weigh the effect of her indictment.The Inside of the Cup, Complete
Word Origin and History for revaluation
1949, back-formation from revaluation.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper