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value  Verb
Plural: values
  1. Translate "value" to Spanish: apreciar, admirar, estimar, tener estimación de, valorar
    English Synonyms of "value": appreciate, esteem, esteem highly, hold dear, prize, regard highly, treasure
    Define meaning of "value": Regard highly; think much of. ; Hold dear.
  2. The manager holds his secretary in regard, El gerente estima a su secretaria
    I respect his judgement.
    We prize his creativity.
    I prize these old photographs.

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  3. Translate "value" to Spanish: valuar, aforar, calcular el valor de, tasar, avaluar, justipreciar, preciar, valorear
    English Synonyms of "value": estimate, appraise, evaluate, rate, set a value for, set a value on, assess
    Define meaning of "value": Estimate the value of. ; Place a value on; judge the worth of something. ; Fix or determine the value of; assign a value to.
  4. Ann values properties for money, Ana tasa propiedades por dinero.
    How would you rate his chances to become President?
    Gold was rated highly among the Romans.
    I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional.
    Value the jewelry and art work in the estate.

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value  Noun
  1. Translate "value" to Spanish: valor, precio, valía
    English Synonyms of "value": price, worth, cost, charge, figure, rate, worthiness, pricing, worthwhileness
    Define meaning of "value": The quality (positive or negative) that renders something desirable or valuable.; The amount (of money or goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else.
  2. The Shakespearean Shylock is of dubious value in the modern world.
    He tried to estimate the value of the produce at normal prices.

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  3. Translate "value" to Spanish: valía, importancia, significación
    English Synonyms of "value": importance, significance, significancy, consequence, worthiness, centrality, import, moment, momentousness, prominence
    Define meaning of "value": The quality (positive or negative) that renders something desirable or valuable.
  4. The Shakespearean Shylock is of dubious value in the modern world.

  5. Translate "value" to Spanish: valor, principio ético
    English Synonyms of "value": ethical principle
    Define meaning of "value": An ideal accepted by some individual or group.
  6. He has old-fashioned values.

  7. Translate "value" to Spanish: importe
    English Synonyms of "value": amount, quantity, sum, total sum, lump sum
    Define meaning of "value": How much there is of something that you can quantify. ; A quantity obtained by addition.; A quantity of money.


  8. Translate "value" to Spanish: valor, valor de una variable
    English Synonyms of "value": value of a variable

  9. Translate "value" to Spanish: importe
    English Synonyms of "value": value of a bill of exchange

Verb Conjugation for "value"
Gerund: valuing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "value"
above par value
absolute value
according to its value
according to value
accreted value
accumulated value
acetyl value
acid degree value
acid value
actual cash value
actual market value
actual value
add on value
add on value to
add-value chain
added value
added-value tax
adjust the book value
adjusted value
admission by lower value
aesthetic value
aggregate present value
aggregate value
aggregate value added
agreed value
allowance for decline in foreign exchange value
amortization of replacement value
amortized value
analysis of distribution by value
annual value
annuity accumulation value
apparent value
appraisal of value
appraisal value
appraise the value of
appraised value
appreciation in value
approximate value
artistic value
assay-office value
assessable value
assessed value
assessment of dutiable value
asset salvage value
assign a value
assign the face value of
asymptotic value
at face value
at the value of
attach little value to
authorized value
average value
award of very little value
back value
base market value
base value
basis value
be equal in value to
be for value
be of equal value
be of equal value than
be of little value
be of more value than
be of no value
be of value
be of value to
be well worth its value
be well worth the value
be worth its value
belief-value matrix
below par value
biological value
blended value
bona fide holder for value
bona fide holder of value
bond face value
bond value tables
book value
boundary value
boundary-value problem
break-up value
breakup value
breeding value
buffer value
burglar who breaks into a house, eats, and makes himself at home, but takes nothing of value
cabbalistic method of interchanging words whose letters have the same numerical value when added
cadastral value
calorific value
capital value
capitalized value
carrying value
cash equivalent value
cash market value
cash surrender value
cash value
cash-value insurance
cash-value life
certificate of reasonable value
certificate of value
certificate value
change in par value
clear value
collateral value
collateral-value insurance
color value
commercial value
commissioners' value
comparative value
compensated value
computed value
condemnation value
conditional value
constructed value
contributed value
convention value
conversion value
copper value
cost approach to value
cost-based value
cost of reproduction value
cost value
critical value
cryocrit value
cultural value
current disposable value
current exchange value
current exit value
current market value
current value
current value accounting
customary value
customs value
cutoff value
D value
decision value
declaration of value
declared value
decrease in value
decreasing value
deduction at current value
default value
deficient in nutritive value
democratic value
denomination value
deposit minerals in a mine in order to deceive purchasers regarding its value
depreciated value
determine the value of
deterministic value
diagnostic value
difficulty value
diminishing value depreciation
diminution in value
discount from asset value
discounted present value
discounted value
discrimination value
distribution of the added value
dollar value
domestic-currency unit value
domestic value added
drawback value
dutiable value
E value
economic study of precious metals and their value
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effective value
element ordering algorithm starting with the one with the lesser value
energy per bit value
energy value
enhancement of value
enterprise value
equal pay for work of equal value
equal value principle
equitable value
equity value
estimate of value
estimate the value of
estimate to have a value of
estimated sales value
estimated value
ethical-moral value orientation
evidentiary value
exchange value
exit value
expectancy-value theory
expected exit value
expected monetary value
expected value
extreme value distribution
extrinsic value
face value
fair and reasonable value
fair cash value
fair market value
fair value
fall in value
feed value
fertilizing value
field value
final value estimate
fixed rate par value
fixed value
flexible value date
food of little nutritional value
food value
forced sale value
former coin of low value
fuel value
full cash value
full value
full-value stock
futures equivalent value
gain in value
give value to
globular value
going-concern value
going value
gross added value
gross book value
gross value
grow in value
half-value layer
half-value thickness
hash value
have a high value
have an approximate value of
have no value
have the same value
have the same value as
have value
heat value
heating value
heavy and and durable wood resembling mahogany in texture and value
hemoglobin value
high-value
holder for value
homing value
impaired value
impairment of value
improved value
imputed value
income approach to value
income value
increase in value
increase the value of
increased value
initial par value
initial-value problem
innocent holder for value
insurable value
intangible value
intrinsic value
investment value
invoice value
invoiced value
iodine value
issue value
junk value
just value
knock value
labor theory of value
labour theory of value
lack of value
land value tax
law of initial value
leasehold value
ledger value
leftover of no value
legal combination of symbols that represents a value
lessening in value
liminal value
line drawn over a graph connecting areas of equal data value
line drawn over a map connecting places of equal data value
liquid value
liquidating value
liquidation value
literary value
loan-to-value ratio
loan value
loan-value ratio
local value
long market value
lose value
loss in nutrient value
loss of value
low-value asset
low-value shipment
maintenance of value
manurial value
marginal value
market to book value
market value
market value clause
market value method
maturation value
maturity value
maximum loan-to-value ratio
mean value
measure of value
measurement of peak value
median value
minimum effective value
momentary speech value
monetary value
money value
monthly lower decile value
moral value
negative value
negligible value
net added value
net asset value
net book value
net current asset value
net domestic value added
net present value
net present value method
net realizable value
net value
net value added
net value asset
neutralization value
night time value
no-par value shares
no-par-value stock
nominal frequency value
nominal value
nominal value stock
normal value
novelty value
nuisance value
null value
numerical value
nutritional value
nutritive value
object of little value
object of no value
objective value
of commercial value
of considerable value
of constant value
of equal value
of no value
of nutritive value
of the same value
of very little value
official value
officially appraised value
officially-assessed value
old iron scrap value
opposite value
ordinary value
ornamental object of low value
ornamental value
overestimate the value of
overestimation of one's own value
overhead value analysis
p value
par value
par-value shares
par-value stock
par value system
parameter value
peak-to-peak value
peak value
peroxide value
phenotypic value
philosophical view that holds that an idea or thing by their very nature have their own intrinsic value
policy value
positive value
posted value
practical value
pragmatic value orientation
prediction made by Bob Metcalfe creator of Ethernet on crossed connections and community value
predictive value
premium over bond value
premium over conversion value
present discounted value
present value
present value factor
private market value
probative value
probatory value
producer's value
producer value
product value
product value added
property saleable value
protein value
purchase for value
purchaser for value
purchasers' value
quasi-peak value
rateable value
ratio of net debt to assessed value
real estate value
real value
realizable value
realization value
reasonable value
redemption value
redemption value bond
reduce par value
reduce the value of
reduction in value
reduction of value
reference value
regional value content
relative value
relative value unit
rental value
replacement value
representative value
reproduction cost value
reproduction value
resale value
residual value
resource-based relative value scale
resulting net value
reversionary value
rogue value
salable value
sale value
saleable value
sales value
salvage value
sample of no commercial value
saponification value
scale value
scarcity value
scientific value
scrap value
searching through trash for something of value
secondhand value
selling value
semi-empirical mean value
sentimental value
service value
set a value calibrate
set a value for
set a value on
set to a starting value
set to its starting value
set too much value on
sexual value system
share consolidated book value
short market value
show one's value
small-value coin
social value
soil test value
something of little value
something of no value
something of very little value
sound value
squared value
standard of value
standard value
startup value
stated value
stimulus value
stock market value
stock par value
stocktaking value
store of value
street peddler or vendor of articles of dubious value
street value
street vendor of articles of dubious value
stumpage value
subjective-outcome value
subtract any value off from
subtract value off from
surface value
surpass in value
surplus value
surrender value
survival value
symbol or name that represents a value
take any value off from
take at face value
take value off from
tangible value
tax on value added
taxable base value
taxable rent value
taxable value
tenth-value layer
termination of a par value
theoretical value
theoretical zenith attenuation value
thing of little value
thing of no value
things of value
thiocyanogen value
threshold limit value
threshold value
time value
to the value of
total contributory value
total taxable value
total value
trade-in value
transaction value
transaction value method
trend value
true value
True Value
truth value
typical decoupling value
unamortized value
undeclared value
undepreciated value
underestimate the value of
unit of buffer value
unit of value
unit value
unit value index
unrealistic par value
usage value
use value
warrant value
which believes all forms or life possess equal intrinsic value
Wilder's law of initial value
without an assigned value
without par value
without value
write-down value
written-down value
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