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discount

2 verb
     
dis‧count2 [transitive]
1 to regard something as unlikely to be true or important:
Experts discounted the accuracy of the polls.
General Hausken had not discounted the possibility of an aerial attack.
2 to reduce the price of something:
Games were discounted to as little as $5.

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