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OTHER WORDS FROM devaluationmin·i·de·val·u·a·tion, nounpost·de·val·u·a·tion, adjectivepre·de·val·u·a·tion, noun, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for devaluation
It does no good to goose your manufacturing exports with a devaluation if your manufacturers can't buy raw materials.
Exporters would presumably like that, since it will lead to a devaluation of the shekel.
Inflation in the high-growth economies will change the relative real wages between the counties the same way a devaluation can.
Casting him as a Muslim is a convenient—and provocative—form of devaluation in a society which is fearful of Muslims in general.
Unexpected turns in suburban desperation, deception and devaluation.
Rouble inflation will not fully reflect the devaluation for a long time.
Avoid contentions, divisions and animosities, which too frequently terminate in bloodshed and devaluation.Dr. Stearns's Tour from London to Paris|Samuel Stearns
They erected defensive barricades of self-aggrandizement and of my devaluation.
Then the day after devaluation, we switch it all back into dollars again.The Common Man|Guy McCord (AKA Dallas McCord Reynolds)
British Dictionary definitions for devaluation
Cultural definitions for devaluation
A policy undertaken by a nation to reduce the value of its national currency either in relation to gold or in relation to the currencies of other nations.