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value
British English: /ˈvaljuː/
American English: /ˈvælju/

Translation of value in Italian:

noun

  • 1 (monetary worth) of little, great value
    di poco, di grande valore
    of no value
    di nessun valore
    to have a value of £5
    valere 5 sterline
    it has a value of £50
    vale 50 sterline
    to the value of 40% by value
    il 40% del valore reale
    you can't put a value on loyalty
    la lealtà non ha prezzo
  • 2 (usefulness, general worth) to have o be of educational value to set great value on something
    dare un grande valore a qualcosa
    the value of somebody as
    il valore di qualcuno come
    the value of doing
    l'importanza di fare
    sales were successful thanks to its novelty, entertainment value
    le vendite sono state ottime grazie alla sua originalità, alla sua capacità di divertire
  • 3 (worth relative to cost) See examples:to be good, poor value to be good value at £5
    essere un buon affare per 5 sterline
    you get good value at Buymore
    puoi trovare dei prezzi convenienti da Buymore
    he's always good value for satirists [figurative]
    è sempre un ottimo bersaglio per gli scrittori satirici
    the set menu offers good value o value for money
    il menu fisso è molto conveniente
    to get value for money
    fare un buon affare
    a value-for-money product

transitive verb

  • 1 (assess worth of)
    (house, asset, company)
    (antique, jewel, painting)
    to have something valued
    fare valutare qualcosa
    to value something at £150
    valutare qualcosa 150 sterline
  • 2 (esteem, appreciate)
    (person)
    (friendship, help)
    tenere in considerazione
    (advice, opinion)
    (reputation, independence, life)
    to value somebody as a friend
    tenere all'amicizia di qualcuno
    if you value your freedom
    se tieni alla libertà

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