1. a numerical quantity measured or assigned or computed;
2. the quality (positive or negative) that renders something desirable or valuable;
3. the amount (of money or goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else;
4. relative darkness or lightness of a color;
5. (music) the relative duration of a musical note
6. an ideal accepted by some individual or group;
1. fix or determine the value of; assign a value to;
2. hold dear;
3. regard highly; think much of;
4. place a value on; judge the worth of something;
5. estimate the value of;
When money falls in value, there is no encouragement to save.
The value of the property has been valued at ￡ . 30000.
Building the new railway appreciates the value of the land.
It is a good piece of furniture and I want to give value for value.
Though it may be possible to measure the value of material goods in terms of money, it is extremely difficult to estimate the true value of the services which people perform for us.
An expert came to appraise the value of my antiques.
By the time they get to that age they will value their independence.
People do not know the value of healthtill they lose it.
Don't stop at the face value of the word.
The man wrote fifty dollars opposite the word " value ".
He treated money as having little value.
I asked him to set a value on the pictures.
The doctrine of surplus value is the cornerstone of Marx's economic theory.
If you were in the Sahara, you would realise the value of fresh water.
The real value of the book lies in its wonderful characterization.
They assessed the value of the house at 60, 000 pounds.
The value of the pound swung downwards.
The house has doubled in value since I bought it.
His work has no value.
I set a high value on his advice.
I want to plant the slopes of the hills with trees of economic value.
the intrinsic value of education
the resale value of a car
If they value these data, let them pay for them.
She's kicked her drug habit and learned that her life has value.
With conventional insurance policies it is difficult to work out accurately the replacement value of your possessions.
There was a sharp fall in the value of the pound.
The script has lost all of its shock value over the intervening 24 years.
Last year exports reached $150m in value.
value for money
(Brit.)used in reference to something that is well worth the money spent on it
this camera is really good value for money.
estimate, appraise, assess, evaluate, value, rate
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