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a value: an importance, a worth; a cost, a price
Someone of great value A very important person

to value: to appreciate, to cherish; to evaluate, to estimate
I really value his presence here at the company. His work is greatly appreciated.

valued: appreciated, cherished, esteemed, precious
Pronunciation examples
UK: The Labour Party's values have been lost.
US: I really value your work: you're a valued member of this team.
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  • "In an attempt to teach you the value of money, you will receive $300 to last you to the end of the month."
  • "Dear valued PlasterCard customer"
  • "The value of a good night's sleep has long been known, however science continues to quantify just how important it is."
  • "Brian : Well it says here he's talking about the value of networking in business."
  • "Dear valued associate"
  • "Innovative financial expert adept at building enterprise value"
  • "It's not as if the value of art depreciates over time."
  • "'The march may be infiltrated by liberal radicals intent on spreading anti-American propaganda and denouncing traditional American values."
  • "The basic philosophy behind the movement is that eating locally has ecological value: The carbon footprint of Kobe beef which has made the trip from Japan to New York has more of an environmental impact than a piece of fresh meat from the local farmer's market."
  • "Republicans are sometimes called 'conservatives', which refers both to their conservative views on the economy, but also to their social values."

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