Definition of Value:

  1. The relative degree of lightness or darkness of a particular color.

  2. The numerical amount denoted by an algebraic term; a magnitude, quantity, or number.

  3. Consider (someone or something) to be important or beneficial; have a high opinion of.

  4. Estimate the monetary worth of (something).

  5. Accounting: The monetary worth of an asset, business entity, good sold, service rendered, or liability or obligation acquired.

  6. The meaning of a word or other linguistic unit.

  7. The relative duration of the sound signified by a note.

  8. A persons principles or standards of behavior; ones judgment of what is important in life.

  9. Economics: The worth of all the benefits and rights arising from ownership. Two types of economic value are (1) the utility of a good or service, and (2) power of a good or service to command other goods, services, or money, in voluntary exchange.

  10. Marketing: The extent to which a good or service is perceived by its customer to meet his or her needs or wants, measured by customers willingness to pay for it. It commonly depends more on the customers perception of the worth of the product than on its intrinsic value.

  11. Mathematics: A magnitude or quantity represented by numbers.

  12. The regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.

Synonyms of Value

Merit, Worth, Usefulness, Use, Utility, Practicality, Advantage, Desirability, Benefit, Gain, Profit, Good, Service, Help, Helpfulness, Assistance, Effectiveness, Efficacy, Avail, Importance, Significance, Point, Sense, Evaluate, Assess, Estimate, Appraise, Assay, Rate, Price, Put a price on, Set a price on, Cost, Cost out, Cherished, Treasured, Dear, Prized, Favourite, Precious, Worth its weight in gold, Worth ones weight in gold, Munsell chroma, Accent, Accord respect to, Account, Admire, Adore, Advantage, Advantageousness, Affective meaning, Agreeableness, Apotheosize, Appraisal, Appraise, Appreciate, Apprize, Arrangement, Ascribe importance to, Assay, Assess, Assessment, Atmosphere, Auspiciousness, Avail, Balance, Barometer, Bearing, Behalf, Behoof, Beneficialness, Benefit, Benevolence, Benignity, Brightness, Brushwork, Calculate, Caliber, Calibrate, Caliper, Call, Canon, Care for, Charge, Check, Check a parameter, Cherish, Chroma, Chromatic color, Chromaticity, Class, Cock, Cogency, Color, Color quality, Colorimetric quality, Coloring, Composition, Compute, Concern, Concernment, Connotation, Consequence, Consequentiality, Consideration, Convenience, Conversion factor, Cool color, Cost, Criterion, Dead band, Dearness, Defer to, Degree, Deify, Denotation, Desert, Design, Dial, Divide, Draftsmanship, Drift, Effect, Emphasis, Entertain respect for, Essence, Esteem, Estimate, Evaluate, Exalt, Excellence, Expedience, Expense, Extension, Extraordinary worth, Face, Face value, Fair-trade, Fairness, Fathom, Favor, Favorableness, Figure, Fineness, First-rateness, Force, Form an estimate, Gate, Gauge, Gist, Give an appreciation, Goodliness, Goodness, Grace, Graduate, Graduated scale, Grammatical meaning, Great price, Great value, Grouping, Guess, Healthiness, Helpfulness, Hero-worship, High order, High rank, Hold in esteem, Hold in reverence, Honor, Hue, Hydrant, Idea, Idolize, Impact, Implication, Import, Importance, Intension, Interest, Invaluableness, Kindness, Lexical meaning, Lightness, Line, Literal meaning, Look up to, Make an estimation, Make much of, Mark, Market value, Materiality, Meaning, Measure, Mensurate, Merit, Mete, Meter, Model, Moment, Net worth, Neutral color, Niceness, Norm, Note, Overtone, Pace, Painterliness, Par value, Parameter, Paramountcy, Pattern, Pennyworth, Percentage, Perspective, Pertinence, Petcock, Pith, Pleasantness, Plumb, Point, Practical consequence, Precedence, Preciousness, Preeminence, Price, Pricelessness, Primacy, Priority, Prize, Probe, Profit, Profitableness, Proportional band, Purity, Purport, Quality, Quantify, Quantity, Quantize, Quote a price, Range of meaning, Rank, Rate, Rate highly, Reading, Readout, Real meaning, Reckon, Reference, Referent, Regard, Relation, Relevance, Respect, Revere, Reverence, Rewardingness, Rule, Saturation, Scale, Scope, Self-importance, Semantic cluster, Semantic field, Sense, Service, Set at, Set point, Set store by, Shading, Shadow, Significance, Signification, Significatum, Signifie, Size, Size up, Skillfulness, Sound, Soundness, Span, Span of meaning, Spigot, Spirit, Standard, Stature, Step, Stopcock, Stress, Structural meaning, Substance, Sum, Sum and substance, Superiority, Supremacy, Survey, Symbolic meaning, Take a reading, Tap, Target values, Technique, Tenor, Test, Think highly of, Think much of, Think well of, Tint, Tone, Totality of associations, Touchstone, Transferred meaning, Treasure, Treatment, Triangulate, Type, Unadorned meaning, Undertone, Unworthy, Use, Usefulness, Validity, Valorize, Valuableness, Valuate, Valuation, Value received, Values, Valve, Venerate, Virtue, Virtuousness, Warm color, Weigh, Weight, Wholeness, Worship, Worth, Yardstick, Principles, Moral principles, Ethics, Moral code, Morals, Moral values, Standards, Moral standards, Code of behaviour, Rules of conduct, Standards of behaviour

How to use Value in a sentence?

  1. He placed a high value on loyalty, and only made friends with people who he thought exhibited it in all aspects.
  2. When giving away promotional items at events, I tell my staff to say that the items are a gift, rather than free, because calling them free lessens the value of the item to the consumers.
  3. She had come to value her privacy and independence.
  4. The artist has used adjacent color values as the landscape recedes.
  5. Your support is of great value.
  6. Marcie felt that she got good value from her economy car, because it had been inexpensive to purchase and was also cheap to run.
  7. Rhythmic values are quarter, eighth and half notes, and only the major finger pattern is used in the first chorale.
  8. The mean value of x.
  9. They internalize their parents rules and values.
  10. In either case, the reference to neat depends on its use earlier and on its value as a word.
  11. His estate was valued at $45,000.

Meaning of Value & Value Definition