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invaluable

adjective
 
 
/ɪnˈvæljuəbl/
extremely useful: invaluable advice/experiencean invaluable asset/contribution/resource He has proved to be an invaluable asset to the company.invaluable to/for sb The data will be invaluable to researchers in determining costs.
Translations of “invaluable”
in Arabic ثَمين, نَفيس…
in Korean 귀중한…
in Malaysian tidak ternilai…
in French inestimable…
in Turkish son derece değerli/yararlı…
in Italian preziosissimo, inestimabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極有用的,寶貴的…
in Russian неоценимый…
in Polish nieoceniony…
in Vietnamese vô giá…
in Spanish inestimable…
in Portuguese inestimável, de valor inestimável…
in Thai ซึ่งประมาณค่ามิได้…
in German unschätzbar…
in Catalan inestimable…
in Japanese 非常に貴重な…
in Indonesian sangat berharga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极有用的,宝贵的…
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