verb (used with object), de·pre·ci·at·ed, de·pre·ci·at·ing.
verb (used without object), de·pre·ci·at·ed, de·pre·ci·at·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for depreciate
Likewise, I’ve found that the appeal of podcasts can appreciate and depreciate in my heart, based on how many mindless chores I’m doing or my overall desire to keep up with the fire hose of news and cultural offerings on any given day.
"If you buy a Tesla today, I believe you are buying an appreciating asset—not a depreciating asset," Musk said in a 2019 podcast episode.Tesla raises “full self-driving” price from $8,000 to $10,000|Timothy B. Lee|October 30, 2020|Ars Technica
In the first place, there is no truth to the myth that Negroes depreciate property.Alex Haley’s 1965 Playboy Interview with Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.|Alex Haley|January 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The dollar would depreciate, Chinese currency would rise; Chinese exports would decline, U.S. production would increase.
That statement, simply put, means Beijing might actually try to depreciate its currency.
Nor did I attempt to depreciate my achievements; on the contrary, I exaggerated the facts as much as I possibly could.The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont|Louis de Rougemont
And he goes on to praise Moore and to depreciate himself, as was his custom.
He could not allow party spirit to depreciate the genius of Napoleon.
I would not depreciate it; so you may hear me patiently, Guy.The Heir of Redclyffe|Charlotte M. Yonge
We need not emit any more paper, and that already out would depreciate no further.