- v. 贬值；降低价值
remove the value from; deprive of its value
lower the value or quality of;
"The tear devalues the painting"
lose in value;
"The dollar depreciated again"
- Governments may in fact suffer from having the option to devalue.
- If these measures are insufficient, a country may devalue its currency.
The British government had decided to devalue the pound from $2.80 to $2.40.出自： Lyndon B. Johnson
Men still do rather consistently undervalue or devalue women's powers.出自： M. Sarton
The reek of corn beer on his breath tended to devalue his protestations of innocence.出自： W. Boyd