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valuable

adjective
 
 
/ˈvæljuəbl/
worth a lot of money: The stock shot up, making the warrants extremely valuable. This is a valuable piece of real estate.
very helpful or important: He has a wealth of experience and will be a valuable addition to our editorial team. This opportunity will allow people to gain valuable experience.valuable to sb/sth The soil is valuable to the state's agriculture industry.
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