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    名词复数:depreciation 词频:高频常用词
    基本释义/说明: n.贬值;减价折旧
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    n.
    ①贬值,减值;
    dollar depreciation
    美元贬值.
    depreciation of the currency
    通货贬值.
    ②折旧;
    depreciation funds
    折旧费.
    depreciation of machinery
    机器折旧.
    ③蔑视,贬低
    -扩展释义
    n.
    [U]1. 降价,跌价;贬值,2. 轻视,贬低,3. 【美】折旧
    n. 【法律专业】
    贬低
    【现代商务】
    折旧,贬值,降值,货币贬值,减值;(机器)损耗
    accumulated depreciation of property, plant and equipment
    财产、厂房和设备的累计折旧
    n. 【化学】
    减价,磨损,轻视
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:noun

    例句1. we are concerned about the depreciation of house prices’

    同义词系列1
    同义词系列2
    反义词系列1
    -depreciation的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Able to be depreciated.
    “You take money from your retirement fund for a depreciable device which will have to be replaced in three years?”
    “Because it is presumed to represent the value of depreciable assets, this goodwill number has to be depreciated.”
    “In general, the Internal Revenue Service regards a manure system′s initial cost as depreciable.”
    pertaining to depreciation
    “It is common now for these views to be dismissed with de haut en bas gestures of depreciatory scorn.”
    “At the same time, governments have usually moved to stave off depreciatory, not appreciatory, speculation against their currencies.”
    “All of its despatches from the West, Churchill′s as well as others, were depreciatory.”
    Tending to depreciate (in value etc.)
    “Was it a depreciative laugh at the cosmic investigation of the philosopher?”
    “In the other samples, the weld line is not exactly perpendicular to the imposed tensile loading, which attenuates the depreciative effect of the weld line.”
    “Indirect management approaches such as visitor education have become a primary and effective method used to minimize depreciative behaviors of protected area visitors.”
    That is declining in value. || That degrades the value of something; deprecating.

    动词 变体/同根词

    (transitive) To lessen in price or estimated value; to lower the worth of. || (intransitive) To decline in value over time. || (transitive) To belittle or disparage.
    “Changes in accounting policies are another example of something to watch for - for example, a company might decide to depreciate assets over a longer period to save on the depreciation charge.”
    “Anyone who has enjoyed writing and reading lyrics as much as I have can hardly depreciate one mode for another.”
    “The simple reason behind this change is that the US dollar and the euro are going to steeply depreciate against the value of gold.”
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