Meaning of devalorization in English:


Pronunciation /diːvalərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/


(also British devalorisation)

See devalorize

‘Such annihilation does not refer just to the devalorization of physical and financial capital, but relates to human and social capital collectively curtailing interactive learning.’
  • ‘Public data systems devoted to civil rights goals have suffered a corresponding devalorization.’
  • ‘It is decadent, because its need for devalorization impels it to war and unceasing violence.’
  • ‘There is no extolling of peace but a strong argument in its favour is made through the devalorization of war.’
  • ‘The devalorization of what no longer serves us is not our affair; let others take care of it.’