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Definition of "depreciated" []

  • To reduce or decline in value or price (verb)
  • To lessen the value of by derision, criticism, etc; disparage (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of depreciate.; reduced in value over time. (verb)

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Use "depreciated" in a sentence
  • "Alexander mentions only one: “Perhaps the most important conservative insight being depreciated is the durable warning from free-marketeers that government programs often fail to yield what their architects intend.”"
  • "All of these have gone nearly to the vanishing point, and the middle class population of all that portion of Europe, whose currency has largely depreciated, is being slowly impoverished, weakened, demoralized, and is becoming a vanishing factor."
  • "Does the expression "de minimis" or the word depreciated resonate?"