Also found in:ThesaurusMedicalLegalFinancialAcronymsIdiomsEncyclopediaWikipedia.(dskount, ds-kount)To sell or offer for sale at a reduced price:discounted 30 dollars off the price of the coat.To determine the present value of (a future payment or series of payments).To price (a bond or other debt security) at a reduction to its face value, especially in place of a coupon.To disregard or doubt (something) as being exaggerated or untrustworthy:To underestimate the significance or effectiveness of; minimize:I made sure in my report not to discount your accomplishments.To anticipate and make allowance for; reckon with in advance.A reduction from the full or standard amount of a price or value.The amount by which the face value of a bond or other debt security exceeds its market price.Offering products or services for sale at low or reduced prices:Sold or offered for sale at a low or reduced price:Priced below face value, especially in place of a coupon:to leave out of account as being unreliable, prejudiced, or irrelevantto anticipate and make allowance for, often so as to diminish the effect ofto deduct (a specified amount or percentage) from the usual price, cost, etcto reduce (the regular price, cost, etc) by a stated percentage or amount(Marketing) to sell or offer for sale at a reduced price(Banking & Finance) to buy or sell (a bill of exchange, etc) before maturity, with a deduction for interest determined by the time to maturity and also by risk) to loan money on (a negotiable instrument that is not immediately payable) with a deduction for interest determined by risk and time to maturity(Marketing) a deduction from the full amount of a price or debt, as in return for prompt payment or to a special group of customers. See alsocash discounttrade discountthe amount of interest deducted in the purchase or sale of or the loan of money on unmatured negotiable instruments(in the issue of shares) a percentage deducted from the par value to give a reduced amount payable by subscribersthe amount by which the par value of something, esp shares, exceeds its market value. Comparepremium(Banking & Finance) the act or an instance of discounting a negotiable instrument(Banking & Finance) (of share values) below parheld in low regard; not sought after or valuedds kant, dskant;

v.t.1.to deduct a certain amount from (a charge, etc.).2.to offer for sale or sell at a reduced price.3.to lend money on (commercial paper) after deducting interest.4.to buy or sell (a note, bill, etc.) discounted for the amount of interest yet to be paid.5.to leave out of account; disregard.6.to allow for exaggeration in (a statement, opinion, etc.).7.to take into account in advance, often so as to diminish the effect of.v.i.8.to offer goods or services at a reduced price.n.9.the act or an instance of discounting.10.an amount deducted from the usual list price.11.any deduction from the nominal value.12.a payment of interest in advance upon a loan of money.13.an allowance made for exaggeration or bias, as in a report or story.adj.14.selling at less than the usual price.15.selling goods at a discount.Idioms:at a discount,below the usual list price.[161525; on the model of Frenchdcompter]discountable,adj.discounter,n.discount

– the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise

reductionstep-downdiminutiondecrease- the act of decreasing or reducing something

– interest on an annual basis deducted in advance on a loan

interest raterate of interest- the percentage of a sum of money charged for its use

bank rate- the discount rate fixed by a central bank

– a refund of some fraction of the amount paid

rent-rebate- a rebate on rent given by a local government authority

allowanceadjustment- an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances; an allowance for profit

trade discount- a discount from the list price of a commodity allowed by a manufacturer or wholesaler to a merchant

– bar from attention or consideration; She dismissed his advances

brush asidebrush offdismissdisregardignorepush aside

cold-shoulderslight- pay no attention to, disrespect; She cold-shouldered her ex-fiance

reject- refuse to accept or acknowledge; I reject the idea of starting a war; The journal rejected the students paper

discredit- cause to be distrusted or disbelieved; The paper discredited the politician with its nasty commentary

shrug off- minimize the importance of, brush aside; Jane shrugged off the news that her stock had fallen 3 points

pass off- disregard; She passed off the insult

floutscoff- treat with contemptuous disregard; flout the rules

turn a blind eye- refuse to acknowledge; He turns a blind eye to the injustices in his office

laugh awaylaugh off- deal with a problem by laughing or pretending to be amused by it; She laughs away all these problems

– give a reduction in price on; I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes

allow- grant as a discount or in exchange; The camera store owner allowed me $50 on my old camera

rebate- give a reduction in the price during a sale; The store is rebating refrigerators this week

deductioncutreductionconcessionallowancerebatecut pricelower price,

You often get a discount on discontinued goods.

disregardrejectignoreoverlookdiscardset asidedispelpass overrepudiatedisbelievebrush off

To take away (a quantity) from another quantity:

To think, represent, or speak of as small or unimportant:

belittledecrydenigratedeprecatedepreciatederogatedetractdisparagedowngrademinimizerun downslighttalk down.

to sell (sth) at a discountvender(algo) condescuentooraB.[dskant]VT1.(=lower price of) [+merchandise] descontarrebajar

discounted cash flowcashflowmactualizado2.(=disregard) [+report, rumour] descartarC.[dskant]CPDdiscount houseN(US) tiendafderebajas

discount priceNthey are available at discount pricessevendencondescuento

discount storeN(US) economatomdiscount[dskant]nrductionf,rabaism

a discount for students unerductionpour lestudiants

to give sb a discount on sth faireuneremise qn sur qch,faireunrabais qn sur qch

discount for cash escomptefau comptant

a 10% discount, a discount of 10% unrabaisde 10%, unerductionde 10%modif[retailer, broker] prix rduit; [airline] bas prix; [loan] escompt(e); [product] au rabais; [price, fare] rduit(e); [ticket] tarif rduit[dskant]vt(=dismiss, reject) [+claim] carter; [+rumour, report] ne pas tenir compte de; [+idea, possibility] carter(=reduce) [+price, fare] rduire

BUTJe peux vous faire un rabais de 10%.discount cardncartefderductiondiscountn(on article) Rabattm; (for cash) Skontont or m;to give adiscounton somethingRabattorProzente(inf)aufetw(acc)geben;to give somebody a 5%discountjdm5%Rabatt;at adiscountaufRabattSkonto;discountfor cashSkontoorRabattbeiBarzahlungto be at adiscount(Fin) unterparisein;(fig)nichtorweniggefragtseinvt(Comm)sum of moneynachlassen;bill, notediskontieren;discounted billDiskontwechselmpersons opinion;todiscountsomething as an exaggeration/as untrueetwalsbertreibung/alsdiscount:discount housen(Fin) Diskontbankf(= store)Discountgeschäftntor-ladenmdiscount marketn(Fin) Diskontmarktmdiscount raten(Fin) Diskontsatzmdiscount retailern(= Comm)Discountermdiscount storenDiscounterm, Discountgeschäftntor-ladenmdiscount[ndskant;vbdskant]1.n(reduction) scontoriduzionef

to be at a discount (Comm) esserescontatoa(fig) (little valued) esseresvalutatoa

to give sb a discount on sth fare uno scontoa qn su qc

discount rate tassodisconto2.vt(Comm) scontare(fig) (report, idea, theory) nonbadare adiscount()nouna (small) sum taken off the price of something.He gave me a discount of 20%.afslag, kortingخَصْم، تَنْزيل، حَسْمdescontoslevader Preisnachlaßrabatέdescuentomahahindlusتخفیفalennusrabaisהנחהछूटpopustrengedmnypotongan hargaafslttursconto할인nuolaidaatlaidepotongan hargakortingrabattavslagrabatتخفیفdescontodiscount, rabatrabatpopustpopustrabattการลดราคาindirim()خاص گاہکوں کے لۓ قیمت میں کٹوتیtiền khấu trừ(disˈkaunt)verbto leave aside as something not to be considered.You can discount most of what he says its nearly all lies!buite rekening laat, in twyfel trekيُقَلِّل مِن، يَخْصُم descontargeringen Wert beimessense bort fraώdescontarno hacer casokõrvale jätmaباور نکردنohittaane pas tenir compte deלִשלוֹלछूट देनाuzeti priču sa rezervomleszmtmengesampingkantaka með fyrirvarasminuire limportanza di, non tenere conto di고려하지 않다nekreipti dėmesiosamazint cenu; neņemt vrdiskaunbuiten beschouwing latense bort frata med en klype saltzlekceważyćباورdescontara nu pune la socoteală nebrať do vahyne upoštevatiodbacitiinte tro på, bortse ifrånไม่นับaldırmamak, dikkate almamakі; نظر انداز کرناkhông để ýdiscountخَصْمslevarabatRabattέdescuentoalennusrabaispopustsconto할인kortingavslagrabatdescontorabattการลดราคาindirimsự giảm giIs there adiscountwith this pass?(US)

هَلْ يوجَدُ أَيُّ تَخْفيضاتٍ مَعَ هَذا التَصْريحِ؟

?

هَلْ تُقَدِّمُونَ خَصْماً فِي حَالِ الدَفْعِ نَقْداً؟

Il y a une rduction si lon paye en liquide ?

Czy są jakieś zniżki przy płatności gotwką?

O senhor oferece desconto para pagamento em dinheiro?

هَلْ هُناكَ تَخْفِيضٌ لِلَأشْخاصِ الـمُعاقيـن؟

Gibt es eine Ermäßigung fr behinderte Menschen?

¿Hacen descuento a las personas discapacitadas?

Czy są jakieś zniżki dla osb niepełnosprawnych?

Tem desconto para pessoas com deficincia fsica?

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An angel on earth, sent by an inhuman father, to ask a Jew for

His sisters had seen the family danger, and had never forgotten to

the gold islets that raised them from the sea.

There were friends who seemed to be always coming and going across the Channel, on errands about the Bourse, and Greek and Spanish and India and Mexican and par and premium and

One subject which they liked to talk about, and tell me that they had mastered, in arithmetic, was banking and

, but I soon found out that neither they nor almost any one in the neighbourhood in which they had lived had ever had a bank account.

The money for two-thirds of the forest had all been spent already, and he had borrowed from the merchant in advance at ten per cent

I have tried to get this statement off at par here, but with no success; so I have been obliged to negotiate it at fifty percent

. At this rate I find some takers; perhaps the reader will receive it on the same terms–ninety feet instead of one hundred and eighty.

largely Miss Cornelias opinions of the Four Winds men.

The two Parisian misers were surrounded by a number of other old faces, on which thirty per cent

was written in circular wrinkles that started from the nose and turned round the glacial cheek-bones.

Well, said Lord Frederick, sipping his first glass of port, if this is a discounting dinner, all I have to say is, deyvle take me, if it wouldnt be a good pla-an to get

on that coin, I am sorry, but I am not going to make it good.

He represented to the emperor the low condition of his treasury; that he was forced to take up money at a great

; that exchequer bills would not circulate under nine per cent.

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