1. having considerable monetary worth; costing or bringing a high price: a valuable painting; a valuable crop.
2. having qualities worthy of respect, admiration, or esteem: a valuable friend.
3. of considerable use, service, or importance: valuable information. noun
4. Usually, valuables. articles of considerable value, as of personal property, especially those of relatively small size: They locked their valuables in the hotel safe.
"values can be valuable in things."
"people can be valuable to people."
"experiences can be valuable on platforms."
"companies can be valuable in months."
"analyses can be valuable in things."
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