undepreciated


undepreciated

verb (used with object), de·pre·ci·at·ed, de·pre·ci·at·ing.

  1. to reduce the purchasing value of (money).
  2. to lessen the value or price of.
  3. to claim depreciation on (a property) for tax purposes.
  4. to represent as of little value or merit; belittle.

verb (used without object), de·pre·ci·at·ed, de·pre·ci·at·ing.

  1. to decline in value.

verb

  1. to reduce or decline in value or price
  2. (tr) to lessen the value of by derision, criticism, etc; disparage

v.mid-15c., from Latin depretiatus, past participle of depretiare “to lower the price of, undervalue,” from de- “down” (see de-) + pretium “price” (see price (n.)). Related: Depreciated; depreciating; depreciatory.

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