Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of devalue.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Republican attack on the usage of the word devalues the language and the discourse.

    Stealing the Troll Food « Whatever

  • The CSA is worried that the use of English words in TV programme titles devalues French language and culture, making programmes with French titles seem inferior or old-fashioned in comparison.

    power, corruption and lies

  • The CSA is worried that the use of English words in TV programme titles devalues French language and culture, making programmes with French titles seem inferior or old-fashioned in comparison.

    attack of the colon?

  • Meanwhile, Liberal MP Dan McTeague came down heavily on the Conservative government saying Mohamud's case "devalues" Canadian citizenship.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Jeff Zucker, chief executive of NBC Universal, echoed that sentiment, saying he believes Apple's service "devalues" content.

    Apple TV Splits Networks

  • Don't forget that the Democrat party also "devalues" the relationships of us queers.

    Michelle Obama, back in Madison, tomorrow morning.

  • I think a lot of folks feel like accepting these terms devalues the work that all of us do, whether pro or am, but I’m not going to call anyone a scab for selling to Dragon.

    Dragon Magazine Wants to Own Your Ass, Cheap « Whatever

  • The report also claims he "devalues" women, although it does not elaborate.

    NY Post: News

  • It takes a special kind of cluelessness to claim that something that increases your biggest asset "devalues" your business.

    Techdirt

  • It takes a special kind of cluelessness to claim that something that increases your biggest asset "devalues" your business.

    Techdirt

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