Example sentences for: depreciated

How can you use “depreciated” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Even if gross national saving were only sufficient to replace depreciated capital, the economy could grow to some extent because replacing worn-out and used capital with new equipment tends to bring improved technology into the production process.

  • Even if there were no net investment-that is, if gross investment were only enough to replace depreciated capital-the economy could grow to some extent because the new capital tends to embody improved technology.

  • Nevertheless, national saving beyond the amount necessary to replace depreciated capital goods is important for increasing the overall size of the capital stock and the nation's future productive capacity.

  • The book value is zero (a) if the asset is general property, plant, and equipment (PP&E) that is fully depreciated or written-off or (b) if the asset is stewardship PP&E, for which the entire cost is expensed when the asset is purchased.

  • But even before that century was out, the sense had depreciated to denote inferior--not just average--quality.


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