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Another word for discount

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Verb
  1. To take away (a quantity) from another quantity

    See also:

    increase

  2. To think, represent, or speak of as small or unimportant

Noun
  1. An amount deducted

    See also:

    increase

Another word for discount

Noun
      1. The money so returned
      2. A sharp, violent reaction
      3. (Slang) A return of a percentage of a sum of money already received, typically as a result of pressure, coercion, or a secret agreement.
      1. A percentage of an amount of money taken by a third-party as a bribe or as part of an unlawful enterprise.
      2. (Informal) A commission, rebate, or share, esp. when received in an illegitimate transaction
      3. A percentage or share of the profits of an enterprise, especially one given or accepted as a bribe.
      1. A making seem less important; disparagement
      2. (Accounting) An allowance made for a loss in value of property.
      3. A decrease in value of property through wear, deterioration, or obsolescence
      1. A deduction from gross weight made to allow for the weight of a container.
      2. Any of several weedy plants that grow in grain fields.
      3. (Chemistry) A counterbalance, especially an empty vessel used to counterbalance the weight of a similar container.
      1. A repayment of funds.
      2. The act of refunding or the amount refunded; repayment
      1. A partial refund of an import fee, as when goods are re-exported from the country that collected the fee.
      2. Money paid back from a charge previously made; refund, esp. of import duties when the taxed commodities are later exported
      3. A disadvantage; something that detracts or takes away.
      1. A phonological change undergone by a word or morpheme when it is used in a construction, as the change of will to 'll in they'll.
      2. A product or result of such a change
      3. (--- Linguis.) A change in the form of a morpheme (Ex.: foot, feet; bath, bathe)
      1. An exempting or being exempted; freedom or release from a liability, obligation, etc.; immunity
      2. Excuse from performance of a legal duty, such as release from serving in the military or as a juror.
      3. The deduction of a certain amount in the computation of net income with regard to taxation, allowed for an individual, that individual's dependents, and certain characteristics, such as blindness or age.
      1. The act of granting certain powers or the authority to carry out a particular task or duty.
      2. A fee or a percentage of the proceeds paid to a salesperson, broker, etc., either in addition to, or in lieu of, wages or salary
      3. The matter or task so authorized:
      1. (Arithmetic) (uncountable) The process of subtracting a number from another.
      2. A subtracting or being subtracted; esp., the mathematical process of finding the difference between two numbers or quantities
      3. The removal of something.
      1. (Music) Variation of a theme by shortening, usually halving, the time value of the notes
      2. The resulting reduction; decrease.
      3. (Music) Statement of a theme in notes of lesser duration, usually one-half, of the original.
      1. An amount paid or required, often as an installment payment, for an insurance policy.
      2. An interest payment, usually on a regular basis, on a loan.
      3. (Econ.) The amount by which one form of money exceeds another (of the same nominal value) in exchange value, or buying power
      1. The saving or rescue of any goods, property, etc. from destruction, damage, or waste
      2. Award given to those who aid in such a rescue when under no obligation to do so, especially in the form of a portion of the cargo.
      3. Any material, goods, etc. thus saved and sold or put to use
      1. Any number or amount, as of interest, tax, etc., stated in percent
      2. A fraction or ratio with 100 understood as the denominator; for example, 0.98 equals a percentage of 98.
      3. An amount, such as an allowance, duty, or commission, that varies in proportion to a larger sum, such as total sales:
      1. (Informal, mechanics' jargon) a form of flatbed truck adapted or designed specifically as a tow truck or for transporting other vehicles
      2. A turning back or retreat, as from a previously held position or policy:
      3. A reduction, especially in prices or wages, to a previous lower level by governmental action or direction:
      1. The privilege of maintaining a subsidiary business within certain premises.
      2. The right to use land, as for a specific purpose
      3. A grant of a tract of land made by a government or other controlling authority in return for stipulated services or a promise that the land will be used for a specific purpose.
      1. A part that has been cut from a main body:
      2. A movie at a given stage in its editing:
      3. A reduction:
      1. The amount abated; that which is taken away by way of reduction; deduction; decrease; a rebate or discount allowed; in particular from a tax. [Late 15th century.]
      2. The act of abating, or the state of being abated; a lessening, diminution, or reduction; a moderation; removal or putting an end to; the suppression of. [First attested from 1340 to 1470.]
      3. (Law) The act of reducing something, such as a tax, for some period of time or of eliminating something, such as a nuisance, permanently.
      1. A marking for sale at a reduced price
      2. The amount by which a price is reduced.
      3. A reduction in price in order to stimulate sales
      1. Amount of decreasing
      2. The amount by which something decreases.
      3. The act or process of decreasing.
      1. (Photography) The edge of a roll of film, from which no image can be developed.
      2. A rectangular groove made to hold two pieces (of wood etc) together; a rabbet.
      3. A kind of hard freestone used in making pavements.
      1. A price reduction, especially one granted in exchange for used merchandise:
      2. A reduction in the price of something in consideration of a large order or of turning in a used article, etc.
      3. A small amount of money regularly given to a child, often as payment for household chores.
      1. (Biology) The first meiotic division, in which the chromosome number is reduced from diploid to haploid.
      2. The result of reducing:
      3. Anything made or brought about by reducing, as a smaller copy, lowered price, sauce of concentrated liquid, etc.
      1. A sum or amount deducted or allowed to be deducted as, specif., from taxable income
      2. An amount that is or may be deducted:
      3. (Logic) The act or process of deducing; reasoning from the general to the specific, or from premises to a logically valid conclusion; also, a conclusion reached by such reasoning
Verb
  1. To deduct

  2. To disregard