valued

Significant vs Valued - What's the difference?

significant | valued |


As adjectives the difference between significant and valued

is that significant is signifying something; carrying meaning while valued is having a value, esteemed.

As a noun significant

is that which has significance; a sign; a token; a symbol.

As a verb valued is

(value).

Important vs Valued - What's the difference?

important | valued |


As adjectives the difference between important and valued

is that important is important while valued is having a value, esteemed.

As a verb valued is

(value).

Validating vs Valued - What's the difference?

validating | valued |


As verbs the difference between validating and valued

is that validating is while valued is (value).

As an adjective valued is

having a value, esteemed.

Noted vs Valued - What's the difference?

noted | valued |


As adjectives the difference between noted and valued

is that noted is famous; well known because of one's reputation; celebrated while valued is having a value, esteemed.

As verbs the difference between noted and valued

is that noted is (note) while valued is (value).

Valuate vs Valued - What's the difference?

valuate | valued |


As verbs the difference between valuate and valued

is that valuate is to estimate the value of something; to appraise or to make a valuation while valued is (value).

As an adjective valued is

having a value, esteemed.

Valued vs Assessed - What's the difference?

valued | assessed |


As verbs the difference between valued and assessed

is that valued is (value) while assessed is (assess).

As an adjective valued

is having a value, esteemed.

Valued vs Validated - What's the difference?

valued | validated |


As adjectives the difference between valued and validated

is that valued is having a value, esteemed while validated is declared or made valid.

As verbs the difference between valued and validated

is that valued is (value) while validated is (validate).

Prized vs Valued - What's the difference?

prized | valued |


As adjectives the difference between prized and valued

is that prized is highly valued, cherished while valued is having a value, esteemed.

As verbs the difference between prized and valued

is that prized is (prize) while valued is (value).

Invaluable vs Valued - What's the difference?

invaluable | valued |


As adjectives the difference between invaluable and valued

is that invaluable is of great value; costly, precious, priceless while valued is having a value, esteemed.

As a verb valued is

(value).

Calculated vs Valued - What's the difference?

calculated | valued |


As verbs the difference between calculated and valued

is that calculated is (calculate) while valued is (value).

As adjectives the difference between calculated and valued

is that calculated is produced by calculation while valued is having a value, esteemed.

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