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  ( values    plural & 3rd person present)   ( valuing    present participle)   ( valued    past tense & past participle  )
1       n-uncount   The value of something such as a quality, attitude, or method is its importance or usefulness. If you place a particular value on something, that is the importance or usefulness you think it has.  
also a N, usu with supp  
Further studies will be needed to see if these therapies have any value..., Ronnie put a high value on his appearance.      If something is of value, it is useful or important. If it is of no value, it has no usefulness or importance.  
of value/of no value      phrase   v-link PHR  
This weekend course will be of value to everyone interested in the Pilgrim Route...     
2       verb   If you value something or someone, you think that they are important and you appreciate them.  
I've done business with Mr Weston before. I value the work he gives me...      V n  
  valued      adj  
As you are a valued customer, I am writing to you to explain the situation...     
3       n-var   The value of something is how much money it is worth.  
The value of his investment has risen by more than $50,000..., The country's currency went down in value by 3.5 per cent...      If something is of value, it is worth a lot of money. If it is of no value, it is worth very little money.  
of value/of no value      phrase   v-link PHR  
...a brooch which is really of no value..., It might contain something of value.     
4       verb   When experts value something, they decide how much money it is worth.  
Your lender will then send their own surveyor to value the property...      V n  
I asked him if he would have my jewellery valued for insurance purposes...      have n V-ed  
Spanish police have seized cocaine valued at around $53 million.      V-ed  
5       n-uncount   You use value in certain expressions to say whether something is worth the money that it costs. For example, if something is or gives good value, it is worth the money that it costs.  
The restaurant is informal, stylish and extremely good value..., This wine highlights the quality and value for money of South African wines.     
6       n-plural   The values of a person or group are the moral principles and beliefs that they think are important.  
with supp, oft with poss, supp N  
The countries of South Asia also share many common values...     
7       n-uncount   Value is used after another noun when mentioning an important or noticeable feature about something.  
n N  
The script has lost all of its shock value over the intervening 24 years...     
    face value  

added value     
In marketing, added value is something which makes a product more appealing to customers.     (BUSINESS)      n-uncount  
book value        ( book values    plural  ) In business, the book value of an asset is the value it is given in the account books of the company that owns it.     (BUSINESS)      n-count  
The insured value of the airplane was greater than its book value.     
face value  
1       n-sing   The face value of things such as coins, paper money, investment documents, or tickets is the amount of money that they are worth, and that is written on them.  
Tickets were selling at twice their face value.     
2    If you take something at face value, you accept it and believe it without thinking about it very much, even though it might untrue.  
at face value      phrase   PHR after v  
Public statements from the various groups involved should not necessarily be taken at face value.     
food value        ( food values    plural  ) The food value of a particular food is a measure of how good it is for you, based on its level of vitamins, minerals, or calories.      n-var  
rateable value     ( rateable values    plural  ) In Britain, the rateable value of a building was a value based on its size and facilities, which was used in calculating local taxes called rates.      n-count  
replacement value     
The replacement value of something that you own is the amount of money it would cost you to replace it, for example if it was stolen or damaged.      n-sing  
street value     
The street value of a drug is the price that is paid for it when it is sold illegally to drug users.     (JOURNALISM)      n-sing   usu N of amount  
...cocaine with a street value of two million pounds.     
surrender value        ( surrender values    plural  ) The surrender value of a life insurance policy is the amount of money you receive if you decide that you no longer wish to continue with the policy.     (BUSINESS)      n-count  
value-added tax      , value added tax  
Value-added tax is a tax that is added to the price of goods or services. The abbreviation VAT is also used.  
  (BRIT)      n-uncount  
value judgment        ( value judgments    plural  )
in BRIT, also use value judgement      If you make a value judgment about something, you form an opinion about it based on your principles and beliefs and not on facts which can be checked or proved.      n-count  
Social scientists have grown extremely unwilling to make value judgments about cultures...     
value system        ( value systems    plural  ) The value system of a group of people is the set of beliefs and attitudes that they all share.      n-count  
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary  
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monetary or non-monetary worth given to virtual assets or contents
monetary and ethical value of digital assets
about the human society
[Hum.];[US] human society
A set of online digital assets or virtual value that may be left to another person in a will.
a multitude of user’s interfaces which connect to the online value of an individual on internet.
A set of one’s web assets, created with the intention of facilitating the transference of online assets and value upon ones death.
A set of virtual assets or virtual value in cyberspace that may be left to another in a will.
A set of virtual assets or value in cyberspace left behind after one’s death fall on legal successors as right.
User’s online presence that hold the potential to be the key to ones online identity, value and worth.
Online or digital asset or value in cyberspace is simply call virtual property.
[Tech.];[Leg.] online digital assets
the act of transferring virtual content or value on the Internet to a specific destination
virtual electronic assets, value or obligations bequeathed to a person after its former owner's death
[Tech.];[US];[Internet] value or obligations in cyberspace transitable upon the death of an individual
not matter; have no value or effect; be useless
A set of collection of one’s internet assets or value gathered in order to assist transfer of online rights.
act or habit of describing something as having little or no value
{rare] Ex.: My teen is in that phase right now where everything and everyone is lame and sucks; this floccinaucinihilipilification is really a pain in the neck!
economic player that both produces and consumes a good or service
portmanteau word: producer + consumer. Linked to mass costumisation
competitive set: a group of other brands offering a similar product or service, to the same consumers
(about a product or service) meant to meet the customers' basic requirements; with no add-ons, including only the basic features
E.g: It's a no frills hotel, but very clean and with friendly staff.
replacement of a rail transport service (tram, subway, train) with a bus
[Neologism] from "bus" and "substitution"
refers to a product or service whose design, blueprint or code is free to use and modify
Examples of open source projects: Linux, Mozzila Firefox (softwares); DIY open drones (drone design), arduino (electronics)
app designed to let a person get a transportation service for a fee
Uber, Gettaxi, Taxi apps
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