revalorize

revalorize

(riːˈvæləˌraɪz) or

revalorise

vb (tr)
1. (Banking & Finance) to change the valuation of (assets)
2. (Economics) to replace (a currency unit) by another
reˌvaloriˈzation, reˌvaloriˈsation n

revalorize


Past participle: revalorized
Gerund: revalorizing

Imperative
revalorize
revalorize
Present
I revalorize
you revalorize
he/she/it revalorizes
we revalorize
you revalorize
they revalorize
Preterite
I revalorized
you revalorized
he/she/it revalorized
we revalorized
you revalorized
they revalorized
Present Continuous
I am revalorizing
you are revalorizing
he/she/it is revalorizing
we are revalorizing
you are revalorizing
they are revalorizing
Present Perfect
I have revalorized
you have revalorized
he/she/it has revalorized
we have revalorized
you have revalorized
they have revalorized
Past Continuous
I was revalorizing
you were revalorizing
he/she/it was revalorizing
we were revalorizing
you were revalorizing
they were revalorizing
Past Perfect
I had revalorized
you had revalorized
he/she/it had revalorized
we had revalorized
you had revalorized
they had revalorized
Future
I will revalorize
you will revalorize
he/she/it will revalorize
we will revalorize
you will revalorize
they will revalorize
Future Perfect
I will have revalorized
you will have revalorized
he/she/it will have revalorized
we will have revalorized
you will have revalorized
they will have revalorized
Future Continuous
I will be revalorizing
you will be revalorizing
he/she/it will be revalorizing
we will be revalorizing
you will be revalorizing
they will be revalorizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been revalorizing
you have been revalorizing
he/she/it has been revalorizing
we have been revalorizing
you have been revalorizing
they have been revalorizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been revalorizing
you will have been revalorizing
he/she/it will have been revalorizing
we will have been revalorizing
you will have been revalorizing
they will have been revalorizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been revalorizing
you had been revalorizing
he/she/it had been revalorizing
we had been revalorizing
you had been revalorizing
they had been revalorizing
Conditional
I would revalorize
you would revalorize
he/she/it would revalorize
we would revalorize
you would revalorize
they would revalorize
Past Conditional
I would have revalorized
you would have revalorized
he/she/it would have revalorized
we would have revalorized
you would have revalorized
they would have revalorized
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She can thus revalorize Liam's drinking as an "existential statement" rather than the stereotypical Irish vice (Enright 2007, 55).
Whereas sociolinguistic research on code-switching has served to revalorize the situation of Spanish in the U.S., the ontological notions of "code," and "code-switching" or "alternation" that most sociolinguists use (Appel and Muysken 1996; Betti 2009; Leon Jimenez 2003; Lipski 2007; Marcos Marin 2005; McClure 1977; Stavans 2000, 2003; among many others) perpetuate the perception of languages and communities as autonomous, bounded units instead of seeing language as a dynamic social practice and speakers as social actors (Blommaert 2010; Heller 2007; Rampton 1995, 2010, 2013).
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and object, self and other in order to revalorize differences?
In other words, a plan of action to re-appropriate and revalorize African culture, this will as well teach African people their culture, and redirect their love towards their cultures.
(9) To revalorize a tradition of adventure, of the "carnaval romanesque" (407), the narrator of the novel argues for the necessity of a break with the scientific current in thought that, in the history sketched out in Limitation du bonheur, begins with the Enlightenment, finds its champion in Emile Zola and his "roman experimental," and culminates in the quintessentially modern nouveau roman.
Additionally, to revalorize Fred Wah's critical and creative work also implies a reframing of the threadbare debates of form versus content, or aesthetics versus politics, which have marred the field for years, leading to the implicit privilege of thematic criticism.
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since for feminist literary history the gender of the author is often a crucial aspect of the text's interest, one effect of the project to revalorize women's writing and to reclaim forgotten or neglected texts has been a reaffirmation--against the grain, as several feminists have noted, of some influential strands of literary theory--of the significance of the author as subject of her own writing.
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