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value

noun [C or U] (MONEY)
 
 
/ˈvæl.juː/
the amount of money which can be received for something
價值;價格
She had already sold everything of value that she possessed.
她已經把自己所有值錢的東西都賣了。
What is the value of the prize?
那個獎項有多少獎金?
The value of the pound fell against other European currencies yesterday.
昨天英鎊對其他歐洲貨幣的比價下挫。
Property values have fallen since the plans for the airport were published.
建造機場的計劃公佈以來,房地產價格已經下跌。
I thought the offer was good value (for money)/ US also a good value (= a lot was offered for the amount of money paid).
我認為這個報價很合算。
Costs and expenses
(Definition of value noun (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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