discount / verb ˈdɪs kaʊnt, dɪsˈkaʊnt; noun, adjective ˈdɪs kaʊnt /


discount4 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to deduct a certain amount from: All bills that are paid promptly will be discounted at two percent.
  2. to offer for sale or sell at a reduced price: The store discounted all clothing for the sale.
  3. to advance or lend money with deduction of interest on.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to advance or lend money after deduction of interest.
  2. to offer goods or services at a reduced price.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act or an instance of discounting.
  2. an amount deducted from the usual list price.
  3. any deduction from the nominal value.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. selling or offered at less than the usual or established price: discount theater tickets.
  2. selling goods at a discount: a discount drugstore.

discount 近义词

n. 名词 noun

reduction in cost

v. 动词 verb

lower, reduce cost

v. 动词 verb

ignore; treat as insignificant


  1. We’ll send you a lightweight, waterproof WHOOP fitness tracker and a code for a discounted, six-month membership.
  2. Amazon says this is a one-day sale, though the 128GB model has been discounted to $19 for the past week if you don't need as much storage.
  3. Furthermore, outside of sports, there isn’t much new programming for people to watch at the moment, which could be leading TV networks to discount their rates.
  4. That means the other species with similar teeth we discounted before … may be megapredators too.
  5. Value should also benefit from the tightening of that yawning, steepest-ever discount to growth.
  6. Target was established in 1962 by the Dayton brothers as a discount offshoot of their eponymous Twin Cities department store.
  7. So we would not discount that there is a future in the Alicia-Finn relationship.
  8. Both discount retail stores (Target) and high-end luxury brands (Valentino & YSL) have regularly enlisted him for campaigns.
  9. In other words, because I am not like that, I can discount what you are saying.
  10. Now, the Green Bay Packers quarterback is a Super Bowl champion, most valuable player, and State Farm Discount Double-Check guy.
  11. Germany invests money abroad, but she seems to borrow as much, and more, in the discount markets of London and Paris.
  12. A discount allowed by the company for the punctual payment of premiums belongs not to the agent, but to the insured.
  13. During the war the government often obtained ready money by issuing bills at 20 per cent discount.
  14. This neglect of a welcome seemed sadly to discount the value of the great hysterical demonstrations made when the troops departed.
  15. A liberal discount to clubs, societies, or individuals, where several are taken.