Valse Valuableness

Valuable

Meanings and phrases

valuable

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. having great material or monetary value especially for use or exchange
  2. having worth or merit or value; worthful

valuable

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. something of value

most valuable player

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the player judged to be the most important to the sport; MVP
E.g.
  • Lengyel was named the event's most valuable player.
  • The game's most valuable player was Preki of the Tacoma Stars.
  • The most valuable player of Asia 2.

most valuable

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Lengyel was named the event's most valuable player.
  • They are the state's most valuable export crop.
  • The most valuable objects are from the eighteenth century.

valuable player

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Lengyel was named the event's most valuable player.
  • The game's most valuable player was Preki of the Tacoma Stars.
  • The most valuable player of Asia 2.

more valuable

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E.g.
  • Bishops are more valuable in this variant.
  • Other rotation crops are more valuable for improving subsoils.
  • Only the Glenmark station of George Henry Moore was more valuable.

valuable information

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E.g.
  • He said the most valuable information was gained before torture was used.
  • Citation: Volunteered on a dangerous service and brought in valuable information.
  • Many are still extant, and provide valuable information about the Cornish language.

very valuable

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E.g.
  • She and her "very valuable Cargo" were a prize to "Acteon".
  • Every inch of land near the temple must have been very valuable."
  • The Honorary Police still provide an essential and very valuable service to the Parish and community.

valuable source

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E.g.
  • She is foremost known for her chronicle, which is a valuable source about 13th-century Rostov.
  • An observation deck was built to attract tourists, which proved to be a valuable source of revenue.
  • The region's mines were seen by the French government as a valuable source of future war reparations.

valuable resource

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E.g.
  • Daydreams for Freud were thus a valuable resource.
  • At least one book on administering NetWare found them a valuable resource.
  • Deuterium is the most particularly valuable resource because it seconds as fuel for ships.

provide valuable

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E.g.
  • Many are still extant, and provide valuable information about the Cornish language.
  • The heavy brigades, far from being ineffective, continued to provide valuable services.
  • In some areas, utility pole name plates may provide valuable coordinate information: a poor man's GPS.

valuable contribution

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E.g.
  • to highlight the significant and valuable contribution British-Ghanaians make to the UK".
  • It is given to a writer who has made a lasting and valuable contribution to Marathi literature.
  • The American Historical Review said, "This book is a valuable contribution to a neglected aspect of American history."

many valuable

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E.g.
  • Dr. Jebejian had published many valuable researches about leishmaniasis and trachoma.
  • In 1858 the ‘old’ Wynnstay was destroyed by fire, with many valuable manuscripts being lost.
  • It contained many valuable works of art; some were burned by the Partisans and others were looted.

extremely valuable

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E.g.
  • The framed diamond was incorporated into an extremely valuable hat ornament.
  • Water is an extremely valuable resource in arid Central Asia and can lead to rather significant international disputes.
  • Aalto University economist Natalia Zinovyeva told "Nature" that it will be "extremely valuable" to help academic committees evaluate researchers' CVs.

valuable asset

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E.g.
  • His writings are a valuable asset of urdu literature.
  • Coach Kumar Katuwal says "Gurung is a valuable asset to our team.
  • It also had its most valuable asset – 63 students and religious balance!

valuable experience

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E.g.
  • These campaigns provided the troops with valuable experience in amphibious warfare.
  • The expedition against Oristano failed, but officers and crews gained valuable experience.
  • He spent the next three years flying in Africa, gaining valuable experience and flying hours.

other valuable

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E.g.
  • Red cedar and other valuable timbers were also heavily logged in the area.
  • The other valuable commodities in the paint-box were lapis lazuli and vermilion.
  • Stagecoaches in this area often carried gold and other valuable gems from the local mines.

provided valuable

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E.g.
  • It provided valuable promotion for Alexa.
  • He also provided valuable advice with regard to the construction of the other buildings of Ramakrishna Math.
  • For over a century the casualties of war have provided valuable lessons that can be applied within the civilian sector.

valuable items

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E.g.
  • The padres relocated inland with the Mission's livestock and valuable items.
  • In 1790, the last three monks left Valmagne taking the few remaining valuable items and the abbey was confiscated.
  • Almost all the valuable items were left untouched, but it was later found that the killer only came for the money.

particularly valuable

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Deuterium is the most particularly valuable resource because it seconds as fuel for ships.
  • Bede's treatment of the 5th century history of Great Britain is not particularly valuable as a source.
  • Her ascertainments about the first Hungarian laws and legends from the age of Árpád are particularly valuable.

valuable contributions

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E.g.
  • Their valuable contributions are respected by all Baruas.
  • Many amateurs make valuable contributions in the field of computer programming through the open source movement.
  • Nevertheless they provide valuable contributions to resident quality of life, and can be supported by various tax beak incentives.

valuable services

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E.g.
  • The heavy brigades, far from being ineffective, continued to provide valuable services.
  • These numbers provide valuable services to the customers they serve; it is, therefore, inadvisable to misuse them."
  • She was promoted to Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 1919 Birthday Honours "for valuable services rendered in connection with the War".

valuable collection

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • By a miracle this valuable collection was returned virtually undamaged after the war.
  • A special train was chartered to transport the valuable collection to Valencia, arriving the evening of August 9th.
  • In 2010 were found cult objects, manuscripts and printed documents which constitute a valuable collection of the history of the community.

less valuable

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They are based on the promotional models, but are less valuable today.
  • Student bows may also be made of the less valuable varieties of brazilwood.
  • As noil is a relatively short fiber, fabric made from noil is weaker and considered less valuable.

valuable service

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • During the labor riots of 1877 he rendered valuable service at Camden Station.
  • The Honorary Police still provide an essential and very valuable service to the Parish and community.
  • While providing a valuable service, they could not meet the demands of Baltimore’s growing free African-American population.
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