- adj.经估价的; 宝贵的，受到尊重的;
- v.估价( value的过去式和过去分词 ); 重视; 给…定价; 评价;
Two years later, when Compaq went public, their stock was valued at $38 million.
You do not value what should be valued, I see I was casting pearls before swine.
Parenting is not fully valued by society.
The case involves a hoard of silver and jewels valued at up to $40m.
Individuality is a valued and inherent part of the British character.
The metal had been valued at twice or thrice its current price.
As you are a valued customer, I am writing to you to explain the situation.
At the height of his fame, his every word was valued.
Spanish police have seized cocaine valued at around $53 million.
I valued my friendship with my classmates.
He valued birth above accomplishments.
I valued the bike at 200 dollars.
Housework is negatively valued as a retreat from a disliked alternative — employment work.
He valued himself on being promoted.
A man is valued as he makes himself valuable.
I valued the house at 50,000 yuan.
The value of the property has been valued at ￡ . 30000.
The goods are valued in gross profit at 20,000 yuan.
I have always valued his advice.
He valued the house for me at ￡3,500.
A thing is valued in proportion to its rarity.
Platonism put an emphasis on spirit and valued truth 、 kindness andbeauty and reached the ideal spiritual state.
We are having the jewellery valued for insurance.
Gold is valued not for its scarcity, but as a hedge against inflation.
Other scientists valued his efforts to explain science.
But if your bond is highly valued by other investors, you may be able to sell it at a premium, i.
Moreover, the underlying message is that the family's native language is not important or valued.
The Home Depot approach to craftsmanship - simplify it, dumb it down, hire a contractor - is one signal that mastering tools and working with one's hands is receding in America as a hobby, as a valued skill, as a cultural influence that shaped thinking and behavior in vast sections of the country.
As for craftsmanship itself, the issue is how to preserve it as a valued skill in the general population
In to day's personality stakes, nothing is more highly valued than the sense of humor.
Researchers are studying whether love, a highly valued emotional state, can be created.
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1. (usually used in combination) having value of a specified kind;
2. held in great esteem for admirable qualities especially of an intrinsic nature;
"a valued friend"