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value

2 verb
     
value2 [transitive]
1 to think that someone or something is important:
Shelly valued her privacy.
value somebody/something for something
Mr. Yeo valued Jan for her hard work.
2 [usually passive] to decide how much money something is worth, by comparing it with similar things:
We decided to get the house valued.
value something at something
Paintings valued at over $200,000 were stolen from her home.
valued adjective:
a valued friend

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