English translation of 'déprécier'
Example Sentences Including 'déprécier'
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Au contraire, les cours des actions des premiers groupes ne cessent de se déprécier.Le Monde (2002)
Bien entendu, ces quelques remarques ne suffisent pas à déprécier le livre de Nicolas Giudici.Le Monde (2000)
Depuis l'annonce des résultats semestriels, le titre n'avait cessé de se déprécier.Le Monde (1999)
Et cette suspicion sur la personne doit suffire à déprécier les positions qu'elle défend.La grande manip
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'déprécier' in Other Languages
British English: belittle VERB
If you belittle someone or something, you say or imply that they are unimportant.
We mustn't belittle her outstanding achievement.
British English: depreciate VERB
If something such as a currency depreciates or if something depreciates it, it loses some of its original value.
Inflation is rising rapidly; the yuan is depreciating.
British English: devalue VERB
To devalue something means to cause it to be thought less impressive or less deserving of respect.
They spread tales about her in an attempt to devalue her work.
British English: disparage VERB
If you disparage someone or something, you speak about them in a way which shows that you do not have a good opinion of them.
...his tendency to disparage literature.
Translation of déprécier from the Collins French to English
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