Value synonyms

văl'yo͝o
Category:
Part of speech:
The amount paid for something by a dealer, contractor, etc.: a markup is usually added to arrive at a selling price
7
1
Monetary value
5
0
Caliber is defined as the diameter size of a bullet.
2
0
The sum of two or more quantities; total
2
1
The value printed or written on the face, as of a coin or postage stamp.
2
1
To count as in a number, rank, or series; to estimate by rank or quality; to place by estimation; to account; to esteem; to repute.
2
1
Price means the cost or the amount at which something is valued.
1
0
Material or market value:
1
0
Equal, as in value, meaning, or force.
1
0
The quality of being useful, to which extent something is useful
1
0
An instance of excellence.
1
0
A good reputation:
1
0
To impose or charge, especially as punishment for an infraction.
1
0
1
0
A weakness or undesirable characteristic; a con.
1
0
(Chiefly British) To value for purposes of taxation.
1
0
(Slang) Incriminating information or evidence:
1
0
To think well of; understand and enjoy; esteem
1
1
(Logic, first-order logic, model theory) A structure, and the corresponding assignment of a truth value to each sentence in the language for that structure.
1
2
The ratio of this to the amount of capital invested
0
0
Actual price, that which is available in ordinary course of free trade.
0
0
Charge is defined as the price that you have to pay to buy goods or services.
0
0
Assessment means something that is determined that must be paid.
0
0
The power or ability to use
0
0
That which is helpful; advantage; financial assistance; gain; privilege; profit.
0
0
(Archaic) Judgment; opinion.
0
0
The amount, extent, position, size, or value reached in an estimate.
0
0
The state of being desirable.
0
0
A giving of priority or advantage to one person, country, etc. over others, as in payment of debts or granting of credit
0
0
The condition of being exchangeable
0
0
The likelihood that something will sell; market appeal.
0
0
A reward or honor given for superior qualities or conduct; mark, badge, etc. awarded for excellence
0
0
Importance in rank or position:
0
0
A condition or mode of being, as with regard to circumstances:
0
0
Excellence is defined as the condition of being superior.
0
0
The condition of being different; difference
0
0
(Canada, education) A student of a particular grade (used with the grade level).
0
0
The last part; end
0
0
A projection or protuberance from the surface of a body part, especially a bone.
0
0
The state of being superior
0
0
A beneficial factor or combination of factors:
0
0
(Preceded by “in" or “with") A particular aspect or detail; respect, sense. [from 16th c.]
0
0
The definition of a mark is a sign, symbol, indication or a stain.
0
0
A body of persons or other resources organized or available for a certain purpose:
0
0
A sense of importance or purpose:
0
0
A gradual movement or change in some direction or toward some end or purpose; trend; tendency
0
0
Meaning; signification
0
0
Natural understanding or intelligence, especially in practical matters:
0
0
Determination; resolution:
0
0
The definition of bearing is the way in which a person conducts himself.
0
0
(Media-studies) A first level of analysis: what the audience can visually see on a page. Denotation often refers to something literal, and avoids being a metaphor.
0
0
(Countable, logic, model theory) An assignment of a truth value to each propositional symbol of a propositional calculus.
0
0
The definition of implication is something that is inferred.
0
0
Material possessions; goods; wealth:
0
0
(--- Comput.) Such material made available on the World Wide Web
0
0
An idea or meaning suggested by or associated with a word or thing:
0
0
Shakespeare
0
0
To calculate approximately (the amount, extent, magnitude, position, or value of something).
0
0
To set a price upon
0
0
To analyze or estimate the composition or value of (a metal, ore etc.). [from 15th c.]
0
0
To enter, be a part of.
0
0
0
0
To determine the importance, effectiveness, or worth of; assess:
0
0
To determine the winner of (a contest) or settle (a controversy)
0
0
To keep in mind; take into account
0
0
To specify each member of a sequence individually in incrementing order.
0
0
To impose (a tax or fine) to collect monies due, or to confiscate property
0
0
To find out definitely; to discover or establish.
0
0
To determine the fair price or market value of something. See also market value and assess.
0
0
To regard with wonder, delight, and pleased approval
0
0
Measured by or in proportion to value.
0
0
Of or relating to values themselves.
0
0
Highly valued, having a high personal value.
0
0
Of a well-known type; typical:
0
0
Respected, having respect or admiration from others.
0
0
Worthy of esteem; deserving to be respected or valued
0
0
Of immeasurable value or worth; invaluable:
0
0
That cannot be replaced.
0
0
Deserving reward or praise; having merit.
0
0
(Informal) Very amusing or absurd
0
0
Valued (especially having a personal value)
0
0
Estimable; deserving esteem
0
0
Monetary value
0
0
Monetary value
0
0
All of the property of a person or entity or its total value; entries on a balance sheet listing such property.
0
0
(UK, acting) Non-binding notice of availability for work.
0
0
Monetary value
0
0
Ownership interest in a corporation, property, or other holding, usually calculated as the value of the holding after subtracting any debt or liabilities.
0
0
A crop variety that has been passed down through generations of farmers by seed saving and cultivation.
0
0
An attorney's formal, usually written statement giving an assessment of how the law should be or is likely to be applied in a particular situation.
0
0
An amount paid for a loan in addition to interest
0
0
(Emergency medicine, countable) The third step in OPQRST where the responder investigates what the NOI/MOI feels like.
0
0
Respect means a feeling or show of honor or esteem for someone or something.
0
0
Monetary value
0
0
Any person or thing considered very valuable
0
0
A company or government agency providing a public service such as electric power, gas, water, telephone, etc.
0
0
The greater part; preponderance:
0
0
The definition of a detriment is something that can cause damage, injury or harm.
0
0
The definition of an account is a record of an ongoing relationship, debt or obligation.
0
0
Development, growth, or level of attainment, esp. as worthy of esteem
0
0
(Now Rare) Manly quality; strength, courage, etc.
0
0
Ready belief.
0
0
(Law) The state of mind necessary for an act to constitute a crime.
0
0
The definition of a message is a short communication sent from one person to another or the central theme or idea of a communication.
0
0
Meaning or significance, especially of a word.
0
0
(Mathematics) To determine the value of something or the solution to something by a mathematical process.
0
0
0
0
(Idiomatic) To evaluate; to estimate or anticipate the magnitude, difficulty, or strength of something.
0
0
To estimate the value of something; to appraise or to make a valuation.
0
0
To accept and pay when due
0
0
0
0
0
0
Precise meaning; import.
0
0
To give praise to.
0
0
The characteristic related to the light frequency that appears in the color, for instance red, yellow, green, cyan, blue or magenta.
0
0
The definition of a saturation is a complete soaking or soaking up.
0
0
the amount (of money or goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else
0
0
(music) the relative duration of a musical note
0
0
(Music) A musical notation that indicates the relative duration of a note, using the color or shape of the note head, the presence or absence of a stem, and the presence of flags.
0
0
To estimate the unit size of something.
0
0
To force (open) with a lever; to pry.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
An expenditure of money; a cost:
0
1
The word appraisal is defined as the act of determining a value of something or the report of that value.
0
1
The best part, essence, or valuable element of a thing
0
1
Manner or state of being
0
1
The energy or motive force by which a physical system or machine is operated:
0
1
To set a price upon
0
1

Synonym Study

  • Value and worth are used interchangeably when applied to the desirability of something material as measured by its equivalence in money, goods, etc. the worth or value of a used car, but, in discrimination, worth implies an intrinsic excellence resulting as from superior moral, cultural, or spiritual qualities, and value suggests the excellence attributed to something with reference to its usability, importance, etc. the true worth of a book cannot be measured by its commercial value
Find another word for value. In this page you can discover 145 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for value, like: cost, value in exchange, caliber, amount, face value, reckon, price, worth, equivalent, usefulness and perfection.