- v. Simple past tense and past participle of discount.
“The one factor that simply cannot be discounted is slavery.”
“Enter the details of your card and the site will produce a suggested selling price, discounted from the face value.”
“Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin discounted the impact of Smith's guarantee.”
“Under his predecessor, Saparmurad Niazov, who died in December 2006, the Uzbeks had a hard time and appeared to be discounted from the Turkmen nation-building exercise.”
“Saskin discounted the idea that there had been friction between the two.”
“The justification was 50 times next year's earnings or, even more silly, the long-term discounted cash flow multiplier.”
“The six-time NBA champion again discounted a Boston Globe report that he might play in an NBA summer league next month.”
“Whether you call the discounted goods or services sold, and Groupon's cut, a marketing cost or a loss leader, this is hardly uncharted water.”
“And then we look at two competing approaches to deal with the following computational problem: given a Markov System with Rewards, compute the expected long-term discounted rewards.”
“The purpose was so that Independent newspapers could pitch a long-term discounted print advertising package to Durban-based businesses.”
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