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Meaning of 贬值

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biǎn zhí (Trad.: 貶值)
to become devaluated; to devaluate; to depreciate
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Antonyms: 升值 增值
Example Sentences
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STUDENT: In the indirect it obviously starts from that income and then the first item should be depreciation Is that the way that we should go?
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Nothing like that has happened in Europe - yet. But it's certainly within the realm of possibility, especially as the pain of austerity and internal devaluation drags on.
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But after years of low or no growth, a sharp currency depreciation could be a last resort to kick start the economy.
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But that is the effect of relative dollar depreciation.
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In order to prevent devaluation of their dollars, they have no option but to keep buying yet more dollar-denominated securities.