Translation of valorar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 (tasar) [joyas/cuadros] to value; [pérdidas/daños] to assessvalorar algo
enalgo el cuadro está valorado en 2 millones de dólares the picture is valued at 2 million dollars las pérdidas se valoran en varios millones de dólares the damage is estimated at several million dollars una vida no se puede valorar en dinero you cannot put a value on a person's life 1.2 [formal] (considerar) to assess valoró la actuación de su predecesor he assessed his predecessor's performance (+ complemento/+ complement) valoran positivamente esta nueva política they consider o/or judge this new policy to be positive su cambio de actitud fue valorado negativamente her change of attitude was viewed unfavorably 1.3 (apreciar, estimar) to appreciate no sabes valorar la amistad you don't appreciate the true value of friendship, you don't value friendship as you should valoraba muy poco su dedicación he attached very little value to her dedication valoro mucho su lealtad I value your loyalty very highly se valorará experiencia experience an advantage
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