Discount synonyms

dĭs'kount', dĭs-kount'
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An amount that is or may be deducted:
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The amount of reduction in price
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A percentage or share of the profits of an enterprise, especially one given or accepted as a bribe.
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(Intransitive, of an aircraft or spacecraft) To leave the ground and begin flight; to ascend into the air.
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The definition of a reduction is a decrease or a lessening in amount, or the amount by which something decreases or goes down.
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A deduction from an amount to be paid or a return of part of an amount given in payment.
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The amount by which something decreases.
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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.]
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(Canada) In Ontario, a small road between tracts of farmland.
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A rolling back; specif., a reduction of prices to a previous level by government control
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The act of saving imperiled property from loss.
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A reward or prize, esp. one offered free or at a special low price as an added inducement to buy or do something; bonus
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The act or process of diminishing; a lessening or reduction.
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The act or process of subtracting; deduction.
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A body or group of people, officially tasked with carrying out a particular function.
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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.
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A product or result of such a change
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A disadvantage; something that detracts or takes away.
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A repayment of funds.
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Any of several weedy plants that grow in grain fields.
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Reduction in the purchasing value of money.
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(Countable, machinery) An accident wherein an object being cut by a rotating blade or disk, such as a circular saw, is caught by the blade and thrown outward
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(Mathematics) To simplify an equation or formula without changing its value.
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To write down.
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To reduce the height of
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To save from a state of sin (from its consequences).
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(Music) To reduce (a perfect or a minor interval) by a half step
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Depreciate is defined as to decline in value over a period of time, or to reduce the value of assets in accounting records.
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To deduct
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To acknowledge; to accept as true; to concede; to accede to an opinion.
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To deduct
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To deduct
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To deduct
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(Intransitive) To retreat.
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To deduct
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To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
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To deduct
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To sell (something) at a price lower than the real, normal, or appropriate value.
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To deduct
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Used other than as an idiom: see knock,"Ž off.
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To ask questions.
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Not believe; to exercise disbelief.
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To doubt the truth or sincerity of:
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To harm the good reputation of a person; to cause an idea or piece of evidence to seem false or unreliable.
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An increasing or becoming increased
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An increase in price.
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An additional sum added to the usual cost or amount paid.
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To collect.
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To add coding to text so that it will display properly on a computer.
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To raise to a higher rank; to promote.
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A person or group of persons holding such a right, claim, or share:
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To pay no attention or heed to; ignore:
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(Archaic) To hesitate
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To put on an allowance or a ration
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The definition of forget is to not remember, or to lose information from the mind.
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(Law) To reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
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To make less; to diminish; to reduce.
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To reduce to the smallest possible amount, extent, size, or degree.
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To take away (a part from a whole)
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The amount of material extending from waist to crotch in a pair of trousers or shorts.
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To attend; to be attentive; to focus one's attention.
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​ To be present at (an event or place) in order to take part in some action or proceedings. [from 17th c.]
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To admit the acquaintance of, as by salutation:
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To take one thing from another; remove from; make smaller by some amount.
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(Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
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To cause to seem little or smaller than something else:
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To condemn as wrong or reprehensible:
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To denigrate is to belittle or attack someone's reputation.
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(Computers) To mark (a component of a software standard) as obsolete to warn against its use in the future so that it may be phased out.
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To deviate from a standard or expectation; go astray:
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Detract is defined as to take away from or reduce.
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To speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way.
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To lower in importance, value, esteem, etc.
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To think, represent, or speak of as small or unimportant
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To do negligently or thoughtlessly; scant:
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(Idiomatic) To speak condescendingly or as though the listener is inferior.
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To deal with something in a direct way; to set to work upon.
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(Slang) To make an appearance; show up:
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the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
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Interest deducted in a lump sum by a bank from a loan when the loan is made: it is computed from the date of the loan to the date of the final payment on the basis of the original amount of the loan
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(Idiomatic) To defeat with ease.
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To depart with a sweeping motion.
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bar from attention or consideration
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(Informal) Advantage; gain:
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