Third-person singular simple present indicative form of depreciate.(verb)
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Use "depreciates" in a sentence
"Then your currency depreciates, making your exports dirt cheap and fueling a recovery."
"All that said, there is nothing in Sing that depreciates propers relative to hymns."
"But for PC companies, inventory management is crucial because large quantities of inventory stuck within distribution channels can hinder the delivery of newer products as the value of the unsold merchandise depreciates."