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Correct spelling:
discount
Definition:
Sometimes dis-, to lend the amount named on a bill or note of exchange, less the interest for the time it has to run, at a certain rate per £ 100.

Synonyms:

noun
act
deduction, discount, price reduction.
decrease
waning, Striction, decrescence.
decrement
decrement, deduction, rebate.
deduction
allowance, commission, concession, depreciation, diminution, exemption, interest, kickback, modification, percentage, rollback, salvage, tare, cut rate, rake off, markdown, something off, tare and tret.
discount
bank discount, brush aside, deduction, discount rate, dismiss, disregard, ignore, price reduction, push aside, rebate, brush off.
discounted price
bargain, mark down, rebate, reduction, refund, sale.
let-up
subsidence.
loss
sacrifice.
penalty
abatement, chastisement, correction, deduction, encumbrance, forfeiture, judgment, penalty, premium, punishment, retribution.
price
sticker, wholesale, wholesales, stickers, out lay.
reduction in cost
abatement, allowance, commission, concession, cut, decrease, deduction, depreciation, diminution, drawback, exemption, modification, percentage, premium, qualification, rebate, remission, rollback, salvage, subtraction, tare, cut rate, markdown, something off, knock-off.
slackening
slackening.
subtraction
subtraction, subduction.
verb
cheapen
belittle, cheapen, debase, deflate, degrade, devaluate, devalue, slash.
decrement
decrement, deduct, rebate.
detract
abrade, decry, defame, depreciate, derogate, detract, diminish, disparage, lessen, malign, reduce, cast aspersion.
discount
allowance, undersell.
ignore; treat as insignificant
belittle, derogate, disbelieve, discredit, dispraise, disregard, doubt, fail, forget, minimize, mistrust, neglect, omit, overlook, overpass, pass over, question, reject, scout, slight, brush off, blink at, detract from, scoff at.
lower, reduce cost
abate, allow, deduct, depreciate, diminish, mark down, modify, redeem, remove, strike off, subtract, undersell, take off, take away, knock off, make allowance for, hold a sale, sell at discount.
penalize
abate, burden, chastise, correct, deduct, discipline, drawback, encumber, fine, forfeit, handicap, judge, penalize, punish, Retribute.
possession
discount.
subtract
abridge, bob, clip, crop, curtail, cut, decrease, delete, dock, elide, lower, pare, prune, shave, shear, subtract, trim, weed.
Examples of usage:
  1. Revenue is small and paper currency has been issued until it is at a discount of several hundred per cent. – The South American Republics Part I of II by Thomas C. Dawson
  2. This is known as " trade discount." – Business Hints for Men and Women by Alfred Rochefort Calhoun
  3. Things looked very black indeed, and Del Ferice's bank had refused to discount any more of Prince Montevarchi's paper. – Don Orsino by F. Marion Crawford
  4. The ceasing of the artificial arbitrary Mint rates made way for a naturally determined or commercial ratio, and the regulation of the international flow of the precious metals was left to the oscillation of trade balances, and to the action of interest rates and discount. – The History of Currency, 1252 to 1896 by William Arthur Shaw
  5. If she had answered with conviction, " Yes, I am indifferent to you," there would have been enough temper and exaggeration in it for him to discount the whole statement. – The Happiest Time of Their Lives by Alice Duer Miller

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