deflate

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To let down or disappoint
To reduce the amount of available currency or credit and thus lower prices
To become deflated
To cause an object to decrease or become smaller in some parameter, e.g. to shrink
produce deflation in; "The new measures deflated the economy"
become deflated or flaccid, as by losing air; "The balloons deflated" reduce or cut back the amount or availability of, creating a decline in value or prices; "deflate the currency" produce deflation in; "The new measures deflated the economy" reduce or lessen the size or importance of; "The bad review of his work deflated his self-confidence" release contained air or gas from; "deflate the air mattress" collapse by releasing contained air or gas; "deflate a balloon
If you deflate someone or something, you take away their confidence or make them seem less important. Britain's other hopes of medals were deflated earlier in the day. + deflated de·flat·ed When she refused I felt deflated
To cause an object to shrink by allowing air (or a gas) to escape from inside it
{f} release air from; reduce in stature, humble; reduce currency or prices from an inflated condition
To deflate the economy means to set out to deliberately reduce the level of economic activity This is most likely to be necessary because there is an excess level of demand and this is leading to demand-pull inflation Deflating means using deflationary policies These could include cutting government expenditure, increasing taxes or raising interest rates
When something such as a tyre or balloon deflates, or when you deflate it, all the air comes out of it. When it returns to shore, the life-jacket will deflate and revert to a harness We deflate the tyres to make it easier to cross the desert. inflate
To reduce from an inflated condition
Compression method introduced to compete with LZS and MPPC
collapse by releasing contained air or gas; "deflate a balloon
release contained air or gas from; "deflate the air mattress"
reduce or cut back the amount or availability of, creating a decline in value or prices; "deflate the currency"
The name of the compression algorithm used in standard PNG files, as well as in zip, gzip, pkzip, and other compression programs Deflate is a member of the LZ77 family of compression methods
collapse by releasing contained air or gas; "deflate a balloon"
reduce or lessen the size or importance of; "The bad review of his work deflated his self-confidence"
become deflated or flaccid, as by losing air; "The balloons deflated"
deflate pressure
reduce pressure
deflator
A factor applied to economic statistics in order to counter the effect of inflation
deflated
past of deflate
deflated
collapsed through the release of gas or air
deflated
brought low in spirit; "left us fatigued and deflated spiritually"
deflates
third-person singular of deflate
deflating
present participle of deflate
deflator
Statistical factor used to adjust the difference between real value and inflation affected value
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{i} something which causes deflation (reduction in the amount of money in circulation, increase in buying power, lowering of prices)
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A value that allows data to be measured over time in terms of some base period, or, in more obscure terms, an implicit or explicit price index used to distinguish between those changes in the money value of gross national product which result from a change in prices and those which result from a change in physical output The import and export price indexes produced by the International Price Program are used as deflators in the U S national accounts For example, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) consists of Consumption Expenditures+ Net Investment + Government Expenditures + Exports - Imports Various price indexes are used to "deflate" each component of the GDP in order to make the GDP figures comparable over time Import price indexes are used to deflate the Import component (i e Import Volume is divided by the Import Price index) and the Export price indexes are used to deflate the Export component (i e Export Volume is divided by the Export Price index)
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Difference between real and nominal Gross National Product, which is equivalent to the overall inflation rate
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- An index which is used to adjust for the purchasing power of a dollar
deflator
a statistical factor designed to remove the effect of inflation; inflation adjusted variables are in constant dollars
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A statistical method used to convert current (nominal) dollars into inflation-adjusted (real) dollars, in order to compare prices over time after inflation
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