devalorize

transitive verb de·valorize \ (ˈ)dē+ \

Definition of devalorize

-ed/-ing/-s
: to diminish the value of : devalue

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Origin and Etymology of devalorize

French dévaloriser, from dé- de- (from Old French des-) + valor- (alteration—influenced by Medieval Latin valor —of valeur value, from Medieval Latin valor) + -iser -ize


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