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Definition of "revalued" [revalued]

  • Present participle of revalue. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "revalued" in a sentence
  • "Zimbabwe's out-of-control hyperinflation has become the symbol of its unprecedented economic decline, and most people simply treat the two local currencies (original and "revalued") as beyond salvation."
  • "Japan revalued the yen starting 25 years ago under similar U.S. pressure, and the U.S. still runs a trade deficit with Japan."
  • "Remember, during the period from 2005 to 2008 when the yuan was revalued under similar political pressures from the U.S., the price of oil rose, not coincidentally, to $147 per barrel from $60."
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