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
Bill’s share, which was more than $7.5 million, has dissipated by about $6 million, Braswell said after the hearing, citing a valuation presented to the court earlier this year.
Each case requires complex calculations incorporating medical bills, future care, and valuations of past and future pain and loss of ability.
House Method found that while fraternity properties are slightly larger on average (men do tend to take up more space after all), sorority properties tend to have a higher valuation.
The seemingly inexorable rise of bitcoin, the untraceable digital currency exploding in value, has created endless excited comparisons between its past prices and up-to-the-minute valuation.
And Waukesha isn't alone in defending such valuations in the county.
This news had previously been reported by TechCrunch, which had one source claiming the sale price was around $400 million—far less than Shazam's $1 billion valuation at its last round of funding.
Mashable is said to be planning a sale to Ziff Davis for well below its $250 million valuation.
The new funding could raise the company’s valuation to about $7 billion, reports said.
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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
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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