verb (used with object), re·val·ued, re·val·u·ing.

to revise or reestimate the value of: efforts to revalue the dollar.
to value again.

Origin of revalue

First recorded in 1605–15; re- + value Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for revalue

Historical Examples of revalue

  • When the last curtain falls, and rises again on the scenery of Peace, shall we have to revalue everything?

    Another Sheaf

    John Galsworthy

British Dictionary definitions for revalue


US revaluate


to adjust the exchange value of (a currency), esp upwardsCompare devalue
(tr) to make a fresh valuation or appraisal of
Derived Formsrevaluation, noun
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Word Origin and History for revalue

1590s, from re- + value (v.). Related: Revalued; revaluing.

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