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Sentence count:122Posted:2017-06-14Updated:2017-06-14
Similar words: evaluationrevaluationdevaluatevaluationevaluateevaluatorreevaluatedevalueMeaning: [‚diːvæljʊ'eɪʃn]  n. 1. an official lowering of a nation's currency; a decrease in the value of a country's currency relative to that of foreign countries 2. the reduction of something's value or worth. 
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1. There's been a further devaluation of the dollar.
2. Devaluation would only give the economy a brief respite.
3. The devaluation of the pound has put our estimates out by several thousands.
4. The devaluation of the pound will make British goods more competitive abroad.
5. The devaluation of the dollar had a strong effect on the financial markets.
6. Any devaluation of sterling would make it even more difficult to keep inflation low.
7. There has been a further small devaluation against the dollar.
8. It will lead to devaluation of a number of European currencies.
9. Devaluation would also help narrow our trade gap.
10. The effects of the devaluation are now petering out.
11. The billion-dollar question was whether a devaluation of the dollar would jeopardize New York's position as a financial centre.
12. The dogma of parity ruled out devaluation to boost exports.
13. So far the devaluation has acted as a safety valve for the most immediate pressures.
14. Meanwhile, inflation spurred by the devaluation ate into workers' paychecks.
15. The devaluation of the lira did help restore some sense of stability to other parts of the financial system.
16. The Salinas government is adamant that a large devaluation would be both damaging and unnecessary.
17. The devaluation and the cuts in subsidies resulted in price rises of between 100 and 120 percent.
18. The Piaroa attitudes toward food reflect their devaluation of the status of the practical hunter.
19. The devaluation fuelled inflation, which reached an estimated annualized rate of 13,000 percent.
20. Prices rocketed to anticipate the devaluation and speculation was rife.
21. His dogged refusal to countenance devaluation ensures the economic failure of a future Labour government.
22. Only James Callaghan, reshuffled after devaluation in 1967, retained enough dignity to rise again to the top.
23. He blamed injudicious comments by bankers for last week's devaluation.
24. The French are on solid ground when they argue that competitiveness is no reason for devaluation.
25. Although sales in its chemicals division fell, productivity improvements and the pound's devaluation enabled profits to remain virtually unchanged.
26. They also might enable companies to resume the building projects they abandoned in the wake of the December 1994 peso
27. The rest of the budget, which reportedly provided for a partial devaluation, was denominated in rials.
28. Affirmation depends on negation: white is valued at the expense of black; youth acquires status through the devaluation of ageing.
29. Argos said it would be important over the coming 12 months to contain the additional cost pressures from the pound's devaluation.
30. Nor is there any salvation in the rake's progress of perpetual devaluation.
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