来源：英语 发布时间：2018-08-20 点击：
英 [ˈvælju:] 美 [ˈvælju]
名词价值，价格; 意义，涵义; 重要性; (邮票的)面值
及物动词评价; 重视，看重; 估价，给…定价
1. That watch was valued at $100.
2. I value this necklace at $5,000.
3. I value your advice.
1. What is the value of your house?
2. This car is good value for your money.
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.
e.g. The value of this work experience should not be underestimated...
e.g. Further studies will be needed to see if these therapies have any value...
If you value something or someone, you think that they are important and you appreciate them.
e.g. I've done business with Mr Weston before. I value the work he gives me...
e.g. If you value your health then you'll start being a little kinder to yourself.
As you are a valued customer, I am writing to you to explain the situation...
Why were spices so highly valued in late 15th-century Europe?
The value of something is how much money it is worth.
e.g. The value of his investment has risen by more than $50,000...
e.g. The company's market value rose to $5.5 billion...
When experts value something, they decide how much money it is worth.
e.g. Your lender will then send their own surveyor to value the property...
e.g. I asked him if he would have my jewellery valued for insurance purposes...
A：Would you tell me how I should send this parcel to Shanghai, China? It contains only books.
B：You might send it as “Printed Matter”.
A：I wonder if I could have it insured here?
B：Of course. How much would you want to insure these books for?
A：Let me see… I think I can have them insured for five hundred dollars.
B：Five hundred dollars, so you pay ten dollars for the insurance, that’s two percent of the total value of the article…
500 美元，您付10 美元保险金，那是物品价值的2%。
A：Here’s a check for ten dollars.
B：Here’s your receipt. Now, please have it well wrapped and sealed.
A：Would you please weigh this letter to see what the postage is?
B：Do you want to send it by ordinary or registered mail?
A：By ordinary air mail, please.
B：Anything of value in it?
A：A postal order for four hundred dollars.
B：In that case, you’d better have it registered.
A：Will I be informed when my friend gets the letter?
B：Yes, when your friend gets it, he’ll sign a receipt, which will be sent to you by mail. Then you can be sure it’s been received.
A：All right, I’ll have it registered, then.