under-depreciation







under-depreciation


noun

  1. decrease in value due to wear and tear, decay, decline in price, etc.
  2. such a decrease as allowed in computing the value of property for tax purposes.
  3. a decrease in the purchasing or exchange value of money.
  4. a lowering in estimation.

noun

  1. accounting
    1. the reduction in value of a fixed asset due to use, obsolescence, etc
    2. the amount deducted from gross profit to allow for such reduction in value
  2. accounting a modified amount permitted for purposes of tax deduction
  3. the act or an instance of depreciating or belittling; disparagement
  4. a decrease in the exchange value of currency against gold or other currencies brought about by excess supply of that currency under conditions of fluctuating exchange ratesCompare devaluation (def. 1)

n.1767, “a lowering of value” (originally of currency), noun of action from depreciate. Meaning “loss of value of a durable good by age or wear” is from 1900. A decline over time in the value of a tangible asset, such as a house or car.

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