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discount

US [dɪsˈkaʊnt]
UK ['dɪs.kaʊnt]
  • n.折扣
  • v.打折扣;低估;认为…不重要;对…不全信
  • Web贴现;折价;贴水
Plural Form:discounts  Present Participle:discounting  Past Tense:discounted  
discount
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n.
1.
[c][u]
折扣an amount of money that is taken off the usual cost of sth
to get/give/offer a discount
得到╱给予╱提供折扣
discount rates/prices
贴现率;折扣价
They're offering a 10% discount on all sofas this month.
本月他们给沙发售价统统打九折。
They were selling everything at a discount(= at reduced prices) .
他们销售的所有商品都打折。
a discount shop(= one that regularly sells goods at reduced prices)
打折商店
Do you give any discount?
你们打折吗?
v.
1.
认为…不重要;对…不全信;低估to think or say that sth is not important or not true
We cannot discount the possibility of further strikes.
我们不能低估再次发生罢工的可能性。
The news reports were being discounted as propaganda.
人们认为这些新闻报道不过是为了宣传,不可全信。
2.
~ sth
打折扣;打折出售to take an amount of money off the usual cost of sth; to sell sth at a discount
discounted prices/fares
打折价╱票价

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