Synonyms of depreciate in English:

depreciate


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verb

1‘these cars will depreciate heavily in the first year’

SYNONYMS
decrease in value, lose value, decline in price, drop in price, fall in price, cheapen, devalue
ANTONYMS

appreciate

2‘the decision to depreciate land and property is good news for buyers’

SYNONYMS
devalue, cheapen, reduce, lower in value, lower in price, mark down, cut, discount
informal slash
ANTONYMS

raise

3‘they depreciate the importance of art in education’

SYNONYMS
belittle, disparage, denigrate, decry, deprecate, make light of, treat lightly, discredit, underrate, undervalue, underestimate, deflate, detract from, diminish, minimize, trivialize, run down, traduce, defame
disdain, ridicule, deride, sneer at, scoff at, mock, scorn, pour scorn on
informal knock, slam, pan, bad-mouth, sell short, put down, pooh-pooh, look down one's nose at, do down, do a hatchet job on, take to pieces, pull apart, pick holes in, drag through the mud, have a go at, hit out at
British informal rubbish, slate, slag off
dated cry down
archaic hold cheap
rare derogate, misprize, minify
ANTONYMS

appreciate