valuable

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1. To have some sort of monetary value. "The Hope diamond is a very valuable asset for the Smithsonian Museums."
2. Having significance or value. "Spending time with his kids has been the most valuable portion of Ted's visits to California."

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When taking a trip or going on vacation, make sure to lock up anything valuable that you happen to leave behind at the house.

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The recent report was valuable because of the footnotes section that included the mentioning of the existence of a shell corporation.

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The conversation he had with his wife proved much more valuable than he originally realized when the information she gave him helped him to solve a major problem at work.

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