Examples of valuation in a Sentence
The total included a valuation of the company's assets.
The company was acquired at a high valuation.
Home valuations are at an all-time high.
Recent Examples of valuation from the Web
All up to Liverpool now — Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) August 29, 2017 The Gunners are willing to keep the England international if his valuation is not met, and he could be set to see out the final year of his contract at the Emirates.
Benchmark invested in Uber in 2011, putting in an initial $12 million at a valuation of around $60 million.
One of those offers, from Masayoshi Son’s SoftBank, could give Kalanick a path back to power; another from the Dragoneer Investment Group, would preserve Uber’s valuation; while Pishevar’s investment proposal would see Benchmark unseated.
Correction: This story has been updated to remove an inaccurate valuation for Trulia, which was acquired by Zillow in 2015.
But a discounted cashflow model gives a sense of the leap of faith that Uber’s valuation requires.
The school city is seeking 44 cents on every $100 of assessed valuation for seven years after the referendum is approved.
Shares of Blue Apron immediately plummeted about 10 percent, bringing the company’s valuation to an all-time low of $1.24 billion—
Many have been quick to connect the new service with the company’s hefty $31 billion valuation earlier this year.
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Synonymsappraisal, appraisement, assessment, estimation, evaluation, reckoning, estimate
Related Wordscalculation, computation, measurement, mensuration; audit, check, checkup, examination, inspection, review, scan, scrutiny, survey; reassessment, transvaluation; overestimation, overevaluation; underestimation
Near Antonymsemptiness, valuelessness, worthlessness; baseness, cheapness, crumminess, inferiority, lousiness, meanness, paltriness, pettiness, poorness; deficiency, inadequacy, inadequateness, insufficiency, unacceptability
VALUATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of valuation for English Language Learners
: the act or process of making a judgment about the price or value of something
: the estimated value of something
legal Definition of valuation
- actuarial valuation of the assets and liabilities of a state pension fund
- valuation of marital property is a factual finding that will not be upset unless clearly erroneous
- —Jensen v. Jensen, 458 N.W.2d 391 (1990)
- the total assessed valuation of property in the district
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