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Meanings of "value" in Spanish English Dictionary : 82 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
value valorar [v]
value valor [m]
value cifrar [v]
value apreciar [v]
value mérito [m]
General
value preciosidad [f]
value valía [f]
value aforar [v]
value tasar [v]
value estimar [v]
value aquilatar [v]
value avaluar [v]
value valimiento [m]
value cantidad [f]
value afinar [v]
value aforar [v]
value apreciar [v]
value asmar [v] disused
value avalorar [v]
value avaluar [v]
value cifrar [v]
value valuación [f]
value riqueza [f]
value tasación [f]
value sustancia [f]
value importancia [f]
value cañaña [f] HN PA CO
value reputar [v]
value valorizar [v]
value contravalor [m]
value entidad [f]
value valoría [f]
value substancia [f]
value avalorar [v]
value cuantiar [v]
value preciar [v]
value tallar [v]
value valuar [v]
value valorear [v]
value precio [m]
value tomo [m]
value valer [m]
value ser [m]
value estimación [f]
value significación [f]
value hacer caso de [v]
value considerar [v]
value tener en mucho [v]
value aprecio [m]
value valor intrínseco [m]
value sentido [m]
Colloquial
value monta [f]
Business
value valía [f]
value valoría [f]
value contraprestación [f]
value tasar [v]
value justipreciar [v]
value preciar [v]
value avalorar [v]
value avaluar [v]
value valorizar [v]
value valorear [v]
value valorar [v]
value valuar [v]
value importe [m]
value importe [m]
value valor [m]
value precio [m]
Finance
value valuar [v]
Law
value justipreciar [v]
value tasar [v]
Engineering
value apreciar [v]
value tamaño [m]
Geology
value valía [f]
value tasar [v]
value valuar [v]
Medicine
value valores personales
Psychology
value valor d-d
Aeronautics
value magnitud [f]
value justiprecio [m]
Petrol
value valía [f]
Music
value duración [f]

Meanings of "value" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
worth (monetary value) valor [m]
(economy) excessive value due to speculation burbuja [f]
be of value valer [v]
value something valuar [v]
mean pixel value mpv [m]
General
to the value of por importe de [adv]
to the value of por valor de [adv]
added value plusvalía [f]
add value to apreciar [v]
raise the value of (revalue) valorar [v]
exchange value contravalor [m]
face value facial [m]
land appraisal based on rental value used in distributions of murcia in the 10th century alfaba (árabe) [f]
loss of financial value caída [f]
add value abrillantar [v]
give value valorar [v]
give value avaliar [v] disused
raise value avalorar [v]
prize given for the value of the last card in the game of malilla alce [m]
portuguese currency, in castilla in the 17th century, with a value was a third of a white one cetil (árabe) [m]
suffix used to form diminutives, derogatory words of affective value, sometimes from adjectives and nouns cete [suf]
considering the items exchanged to be of equal value (in the direct exchange of items) dando y dando [adv] MX CR CU EC HN DO
increase in value plusvalía [f]
increase in value revalorización [f]
something of value given in return for an act recompensa [f]
low-value metalware quincalla [f]
item of little value barbacha [f] EC
a small thing, with little value babosadita [f] GT
thing of little value brejeta [f] HN
person who is devoted to businesses of little value bolichera [f] AR
bootlegger of low value things cacharrera [f] EC disused
smuggler of low value things cacharrera [f] EC disused
something of little value cacharpa [f] HN BO
something of little value kacharpa [f] BO:W CL rare
food of little nutritional value consumed outside normal meals burundanga [f] PA
item of little value cachina [f] PE
set of qualities and circumstances that highlight the value of belonging to the cuenca of ecuador cuencanidad [f] EC
object of little value cháchara [f] MX SV DO
thing of little value chafalonería [f] AR UY
thing of little value chafalonía [f] PE BO AR UY
something of little importance or value charamusca [f] AR UY
person of little value charbasca [f] NI
low value item chimiricuarta [f] HN child
low value item chimilicuarta [f] HN child
occurrence or thing that generates admiration due to its beauty, value, or quality fregonería [f] MX
cooked meat that has lost its flavor and nutritional value estopa [f] NI
added-value plusvalía [f]
gift involving giving a coin of little value to someone for having excelled in some skill or as a tip gala [f] MX DO
something of little value cosoria [f] SV derog.
something of little value cosoroila [f] SV
face of costa rican coins indicating the value corona [f] CR
value rate relative to the us dollar prima del dólar [f] DO
converting credit into a negotiable value securitización [f] CL cult
something useless or of little value tusada [f] SV
go up in value revalorizarse [v]
increase the value of valorar [v]
reduce the value of depreciar [v]
rise in value apreciarse [v]
increase the value of revalorizar [v]
lose value depreciarse [v]
find the value of an unknown quantity despejar [v]
go down in value desvalorizarse [v]
to add value to valorizar [v]
value oneself preciarse [v]
give an average value mediar [v]
set a value valorar [v]
set a value tasar [v]
set a value evaluar [v]
set a value avaluar [v]
set a value valuar [v]
increase in value aumentar su valor [v]
value highly valorar [v]
underestimate the value of dar por descontado [v]
underestimate the value of menospreciar [v]
perform a rapid fall in value desplomarse el precio [v]
perform a rapid fall in value desplomarse el valor [v]
determine value calcular [v]
decrease in value caer [v]
decrease in value descender [v]
take something at face value tomarse algo literalmente [v]
be good value estar muy bien de precio [v]
decrease in value depreciar el valor [v]
decrease in value depreciarse [v]
lose its value perder el valor [v]
prove one's value acreditarse [v]
value something hacer una valoración [v]
rise in value valorizarse [v] LAM
oversaturate a market with a good causing its value to depreciate abarrotar [v] GT HN PA CU DO PR VE BO PY AR
assign value to a variable asignar valor a una variable [v]
attribute value to atribuir valor a algo [v]
assess the value of the damage evaluar el valor del daño [v]
attribute value to dar valor a algo [v]
assign a value to a variable asignar un valor a una variable [v]
calculate below the real value calcular debajo del valor real [v]
do business of little value bolichear [v] AR
be of great value ser de gran valor [v]
be of great value tener un gran valor [v]
lose part of it's value desmonetizarse [v] PY AR UY rare
diminish the value of something desmonetizar [v] PR BO PY AR rare
lose value (currency) desbarrancar [v] PE BO
negotiate with things of little value chacharear [v] MX
buy or sell something of little value centavear [v] HN
add value añadir valor [v]
add value agregar valor [v]
appreciate the value of apreciar el valor de [v]
appreciate the value of evaluar el valor de [v]
appreciate the value of estimar el valor de [v]
convert credit into a negotiable value securitizar [v] CL cult
be of low value valer puro bolillo [v]
of little value de poca monta [adj]
par value de valor nominal [adj]
of small value mísero [adj]
that can be be substituted for something of equal value fungible [adj]
pertaining to the presumed or approximate value nominal [adj]
very good and of great value (process) avanti (del italiano) [adj] PR
of little value (argument) baratón [adj] MX DO VE
devoid of value (because it is false) balín [adj] MX
of little value (thing) chafa [adj] MX
of little value furrio [adj] VE disused
person or thing of little value or importance cualunque (italiano) [adj] AR UY CL
of little value ñecla [adj] CL
of no value pecueco [adj] CO derog.
of little value piche [adj] VE
of little value pipiripao [adj] NI
of little or no value rasposo [adj] AR UY derog.
of little value raco [adj] BO:W
of no value rasquiñoso [adj] DO
of little value pulguiento [adj] UY derog.
of little value ritiplírico [adj] DO
low value zaratoso [adj] HN
cot value cot [m]
par value valor nominal [m]
nominal value valor nominal [m]
preset value valor preestablicido [m]
value added tax impuesto al valor agregado [m] LAM
sentimental value valor sentimental [m]
absolute value valor absoluto [m]
something or someone of any value activo [m]
face value valor facial [m]
face value valor nominal [m]
something or someone of any value bien [m]
something or someone of any value valor [m]
negative value antivalor [m]
thing of little value mugrero [m]
artistic value valor artístico [m]
article of value artículo de valor [m]
bruckner value valor bruckner [m]
boundary value problems problemas de valor límite [m]
budget value valor del presupuesto [m]
appraisal of the value of real estate autovalúo [m] CO PE
disorganized set of furniture, utensils and personal belongings damaged or of little value calachero [m] HN SV NI
something useless or with little value badulaque [m] HN
low value bead used as a garment adornment añañay (de origen quechua) [m] EC disused
person who is devoted to businesses of little value bolichero [m] AR
saying or fact without value or without substance but that appears great buchipluma [m] VE
bootlegger of low value things cacharrero [m] EC disused
smuggler of low value things cacharrero [m] EC disused
someone of little value cacahuate [m] MX HN SV NI
something of little value cacahuate [m] MX HN SV NI
old item of little value cachachá [m] VE
each value cada valor [m]
large, antique coin with a value equivalent to one peso or approximately 20 cents of a dollar clavao [m] DO
object of no value cuenterete [m] GT SV
object of no value cuenteraile [m] GT SV
small thing of no value fifí [m] PR
added-value valor agregado [m]
added-value valor añadido [m]
agreed-upon value valor acordado [m]
object of little value that hangs from something or someone colgarejo [m] SV
something of little value cosiaco [m] CR
something of little value chéchere [m] PA VE CR CO
person of little value comecomía [m] DO
flap, rag, or thing of little value that hangs colgadejo [m] PR
flap, rag, or thing of little value that hangs colgalejo [m] CU PR
flap, rag, or thing of little value that hangs guindalejo [m] CU PR
value added tax impuesto al valor agregado [m] MX SV NI DO VE EC BO CL PY AR UY
flap, rag, or thing of little value that hangs colgalejo [m] CU PR
flap, rag, or thing of little value that hangs colgadejo [m] PR
article of value artículo de valor [m]
article of value objeto de valor [m]
artistic value valor artístico [m]
thing without value junk (inglés) [m] US PR
thing of little value or quality mugre [m] MX CR CL PY AR derog.
minimum value that a currency can reach piso [m] EC CL UY
added value valor agregado [m] MX GT NI CR PA CU DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
denomination (value) valor [m]
document or mercantile value efecto [m]
person or thing of little value or importance cualunque (del italiano) [m/f] AR UY
person who is young with little value or importance pinganilla [m/f] CL
quarrel or violent conflict between several people, usually due to the dispute of something material and of value garata con puños [n] DO PR
unimportant thing of little value fotuto de camello [n] PR
boundary value problems problemas de valor de frontera [m/pl]
boundary value problems problemas de valor de contorno [m/pl]
personal items with little value badulaque [m/pl] HN VE
clothing worn out from use, old household items, or personal objects of little value chalmates (del náhuatl) [m/pl] HN
hanging ornaments (of low value) chilindrujes [m/pl] NI
personal equipment of little value maritates [m/pl] MX:Se GT HN SV NI CR
personal equipment of little value tilichero [m/pl] GT HN SV NI
something of little value cacharpas [f/pl] PE
value-added tax iva [abrev]
semantic value valor semántico
specific value valor específico
without par value sin valor nominal
a commonly shared value un valor ampliamente compartido
a commonly shared value un valor normalmente compartido
of little value sin importancia
par value con valor nominal
value added tax impuesto sobre el valor añadido
default value valor de ajuste por defecto
market value valor actual
market value valor en venta
food value valor alimenticio
nutritional value valor alimenticio
face value el valor nominal
nominal value el valor nominal
intrinsic value valor fiduciario
higher value el valor superior
educational value valor educativo
value of rest and recovery valor en reposo
something of great value alhaja [f]
unit of value and account in bolivia chirola [f] AR
little value baratura [f]
old copper coin of the value of half a maravedi blanca [f]
african coin of small value burba [f]
jewel of small value joyuela [f]
superior merit/value excelencia [f]
coin varying in value libra [f]
thing of small value minucia [f]
ornament of value presea [f]
give adjectival value adjetivar [v]
diminish the intrinsic value of anything desquilatar [v] fig.
debase the intrinsic value of anything desquilatar [v] fig.
wear a thing till it has lost half its value demediar [v] rare
diminish the value of a thing desvalorizar [v]
lessen the value desvirtuar [v]
be of equal price/value equivaler [v]
set value to justipreciar [v]
value a second time retasar [v]
raise the value valorear [v]
knocked down (in value/price) abatido [adj]
relative to the value set on something apreciativo [adj]
of less value (coins) sencillo [adj]
insignificant (of little value) pobre [adj]
showy article of little value abalorio [m]
low feeding value in food chirlomirlo [m]
equivalent (value) contravalor [m]
large stake hidden under coins of small value (gambling) embuchado [m]
graduation of value/quality grado [m]
ancient coin of small value gros [m]
small coin of the value of i peso macaco [m] SV HN rare
trinkets of little value embustes [m/pl]
knocked down (in value/price) abatida [adj/f]
relative to the value set on something apreciativa [adj/f]
of less value (coins) sencilla [adj/f]
set a value upon poner un precio a [v]
three cards of the same value in cuarenta card game ronda [f] EC
value someone llevar [v] CU
second-rate (of inferior or mediocre quality or value) inferior [adj]
mean (low in value, rank, or social status) inferior [adj]
old copper coin of little value cuarto [m]
very small avocado of no commercial value perro [m] PR rur.
Idioms
of equal value tas con tas [adv] PR EC PE BO
when two things have the same value in an exchange of goods al taco [adv] CR
take someone at face value aceptar a alguien sin cuestionárselo [v]
take something at face value aceptar algo sin cuestionárselo [v]
take at face value tomar algo en sentido literal [v]
give little value to something apreciar algo en poco [v]
value highly apreciar en mucho [v]
face value al pie de la letra [v]
face value valor facial [v]
face value valor a primera vista [v]
face value valor en la primera impresión [v]
have no value no valer un peso [v]
be of no value no haber donde volver la cabeza [v]
be of no value no tener donde volver la cabeza [v]
value something greatly apreciar algo mucho [v]
value something greatly apreciar algo en mucho [v]
give little value apreciar en poco [v]
give little value apreciar poco [v]
be something boring or of little value ser algo una castaña [v]
be a person of no value or merit (deserves no consideration) ser un mamarracho [v]
be a person or a thing with great value (for being very scarce and difficult to find) ser un mirlo blanco [v]
be of little value valer puro bolillo [v] MX
be of little value valer puro bonete [v] MX
invest money or resources in something unnecessary or of little value gastar en pitos y flautas [v] MX
value oneself very highly hacerse la gran cosa [v] GT DO BO derog.
recklessly or randomly spend or distribute something of value, usually money hacer chinche [v] GT
exchange bills or coins for others of lesser value hacer sencillo [v] GT CL rare
be of no value ser de utilería [v] VE
have value tener cabimiento un juro [v]
take on face value dar de barato algo [v]
of little value de a peso [adj] CO BO
of little value de a centavo [adj] BO derog.
person of little moral value pedazo de gente [m] PE rare
something with no value or importance cinco de yuca [n] SV
to be of no value/count for nothing ser un cero a la izquierda
to be of little value ser de poca monta
take at face value tomar al pie de la letra
take the value out of somebody hacérselas pagar a alguien
Speaking
you get good value for your money there te dan algo de calidad por tu dinero allí
you don't value me/take me seriously no me tomas en serio
you don't value me/take me seriously no me valoras
he gives you good value for your money te ofrece una buena relación calidad precio
teach the value of sharing predica el valor de compartir
i value you te valoro
i value you te aprecio
Colloquial
thing of little value chamuchina [f] LAM
thing of small value bicoca [f]
insignificant thing or of little value cagada [f] CL
insignificant thing or of little value cagadita [f] NI PA BO AR UY
a person or a thing with little value babucha [f] GT
something/someone of little value cacana [f] PE derog.
thing of little value chamuchina [f] AR
low-value woman or thing carrancla [f] VE
thing of little value cojudez [f] PE
high value imported goods pacotilla [f] CU
high value imported goods paca (francés) [f] CU
be of no value ser un cero a la izquierda [v]
be of no value no servir a dios ni al diablo [v]
be of no value ser alguien una calamidad [v]
be of no value ser la carabina de ambrosio [v]
steal things of little value guaguarear [v]
be of no value ser un paquete [v]
be of no value ser un saldo [v]
of little value rascuache [adj] SV HN MX
of little value (thing) charpa [adj] BO
of little value fulero [adj] AR EC BO
of little value furris [adj] HN SV NI teen
of little value furris [adj] MX
of little value rascuache [adj] MX GT HN SV
of little value rascuacho [adj] MX PE
in the bolivian game "cacho alalay", expresses that the player that throwed the dice selects the value of the hidden face ¡bajo! [interj] BO
vat (value added tax) iva [m]
abundance of things of little value forraje [m]
item of little value cachivachi [m] DO BO
objects of value that someone has hidden clavo [m] MX
low-value man or thing carranclo [m] VE
money or currency of little value piticlín [m] CL
money or currency of little value piticlín [m] CU teen
half the value tlaco [m] MX
set of clothing, household utensils and personal items of little value chalmate [m] HN
person of no value cohete tirado [n] DO
personal belongings of little value calache [m/pl] HN SV NI
essentials or objects of little value féferes [m/pl] CU DO EC
of little value de poca monta
one's value in somebody's eyes alguien de valor a los ojos de alguien
one's value in someone else's eyes alguien de valor a los ojos de alguien
one's value in someone's eyes alguien de valor a los ojos de alguien
one's value in the sight of someone alguien de valor a los ojos de alguien
a useless document with no value letra muerta
Phrases
for value received valor recibido
at par value al valor nominal
at face value a pie juntillas
at face value al pie de la letra
of little value de poca importancia
according to value de acuerdo con el valor
it is used to reinforce or intensify the value of the name that precedes it (generally to indicate annoyance or resignation to the appearance of something that is repeated a lot) que te crio
Slang
be of no value ser un piernas [v]
low-value casco [adj] BO:W,C
low value güevada [adj] EC BO
personal belonging of little monetary value indilgue [m] SV delinq.
Business
loss of value minusvalía [f]
loss in value desvalorización [f]
value increase plusvalía [f]
surplus value plusvalía [f]
plus value plusvalía [f]
value added plusvalía [f]
negative value minusvalía [f]
reduction in value minusvalía [f]
added value plusvalía [f]
increase in the value valorización [f]
increase in the value valuación [f]
increased value plusvalía [f]
appraised value valoría [f]
rise in value valorización [f]
value capture valorización [f] CO
value in excess sobretasar [v]
grant an excessive value sobrevaluar [v]
lose value desvalorizar [v]
value in excess sobrevalorar [v]
(value) enhance incrementar [v]
lose value perder valor [v]
to lose value depreciarse [v]
to lose value perder valor [v]
increase the value of valorizar [v]
be of value valer [v]
over-value sobrevalorar [v]
increase the value of valorear [v]
increase the value of valorar [v]
lose value caer [v]
under-value subvalorar [v]
increase in value ganar valor [v]
counter-value contravalor [m]
no par value stock acciones sin valor nominal
value at risk valor en riesgo
total invoice value valor total de factura
added value plusvalía valor agregado
value secured valor en prenda
value set asignación de valor
market value valor comercial
stock market value valor bursátil
trade value valor de venta
value in use valor de uso
commercial value valor en plaza
book value valor según libro
scrap value valor de desecho
realisation value valor de realización
yield value límite elástico
liquidating value valor en liquidación
usage value valor de uso
invoice value valor según factura
salvage value valor salvamento
fair value valor real
value for collection valor pendiente
book value valor según balance
trade in value valor de cambio
redemption value valor de recuperación
input value valor de entrada
value secured valor en garantía
value added tax impuesto sobre el valor añadido
surrender value valor de recuperación
value index índice de valores
redemption value valor de cancelación
written down value valor residual
scrap value valor residual
default value valor por omisión
average exchange value valor de cambio promedio
accounting value valor contable
market value valor en el mercado
value at maturity valor al vencimiento
just value valor justo
true value valor real
fair value valor equitativo
recoverable value valor recuperable
recovery value valor de rescate
recovery value valor de recuperación
actual cash value valor real en el mercado
value number número de valor
expected value valor esperado
fair value valor razonable
cash value valor contante
taxable value valor impositivo
present value valor presente
appraised value justo precio
realisable value valor realizable
taxable value valor imponible
value in customs valor en aduana
invoice value precio facturado
numerical value valor numérico
value choice opción de valor
value added by manufacture valor añadido
rental value valor en renta
net present value valor actual neto
value at maturity valor a su vencimiento
value added tax (vat) impuesto sobre el valor añadido (iva)
book value valor de inventario
accounting value valor de libros
value in use valor en uso
value analysis análisis del valor
commercial value valor industrial
physical value valor tangible
received value valor recibido
assessed value valor de tasación
net book value valor neto en libros
estimated value valor estimado
break-up value valor proporcional
just value valor equitativo
value judgement juicio de valor
premium over bond value prima del bono convertible
fair-market value valor de mercado
liquidation value valor en liquidación
fair market value valor justo de venta
unit value valor unitario
actual market value valor real de mercado
appraised value valor estimado
cash surrender value valor de rescate
asset that has lost value activo desvalorizado
rental value valor del arriendo
good value (for money) buen precio
legal value valor legal
value function potencial de separación
lose value perder valor
trade-in value valor comercial
marketable value valor venal
cost value valor del costo
value add tax impuesto sobre el valor añadido
value set conjunto de valores
resale value valor de reventa
value-added chain cadena de valor añadido
taxable value cuota imponible
yield value límite de elasticidad
redemption value valor de rescate
accumulated value valor acumulado
book value valor según libros
value of the slope valor de la pendiente
fair-market value valor equitativo de mercado
actual cash value valor justo de mercado
exchangeable value valor de cambio
value date día de pago
yield value valor práctico