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revalue in Currencies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrevaluere‧val‧ue /ˌriːˈvæljuː/ verb [transitive]  1 VALUEto examine something again in order to calculate its present value The company’s land has been revalued at £16.9m.2 PECto increase the value of a country’s money in relation to that of other countries opp devalue The dollar has just been revalued. Grammar Revalue is usually passive.revaluation /riːˌvæljuˈeɪʃən/ noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
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revalueOnce it's sold, the property is revalued at the sale price.In 1985, the yen was revalued by more than 40%.Secondly, because the £75,000 limit is not a static figure but is revalued every year in line with price increases.Meanwhile the county has revalued its assets to reflect its long lease and the planning consents obtained.In November the government had been forced to revalue its gold reserves to provide additional cover for the rupee.It has already revalued its properties, bringing a £7m surplus.Football club balance sheets do not always show the full value of the assets: 48% do not revalue land and buildings.This can be dealt with by revaluing the asset annually using special indices of cost of capital and adjusting depreciation provisions accordingly.