- diminish in value over a period of time；reduce the recorded value in a company's books of (an asset) each year over a predetermined period.
verb: depreciate, 3rd person present: depreciates, gerund or present participle: depreciating, past tense: depreciated, past participle: depreciated
- 1. diminish in value over a period of time the latest cars will depreciate heavily in the first year 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ reduce the recorded value in a company's books of (an asset) each year over a predetermined period. 同義詞 反義詞
- 2. disparage or belittle (something) she was already depreciating her own aesthetic taste 同義詞 反義詞
- diminish in value over a period of time: the pound is expected to depreciate against the dollar
Oxford American Dictionary
... of 1st year: (€100,000-20,000)/5 =€16,000 (depreciated amount) residual value: €100,000 - 16,000 =€84,000 ... in depreciation is: You can fully depreciate or partial depreciate (with residual value). Let'...
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... unknown, after all, in accounting, you can have items that can be depreciated, like equipment, real estate, ... and so on. Hence, if nominal terms it...