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El valor hace vencedores; la concordia hace invencibles.
Casimir Delavigne

Significado de "valor" en el diccionario de español

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ETIMOLOGÍA DE LA PALABRA VALOR

La palabra valor procede del latín valor, -ōris.
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Se denomina etimología al estudio del origen de la palabras y sus cambios estructurales y de significado.
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PRONUNCIACIÓN DE VALOR

va · lor play
Valor es una palabra aguda de 2 sílabas.
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Las palabras agudas van acentuadas en la última sílaba.
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CATEGORIA GRAMATICAL DE VALOR

sustantivo
adjetivo
verbo
adverbio
pronombre
preposición
conjunción
interjección
artículo
Valor es un sustantivo.
El nombre o sustantivo es aquel tipo de palabras cuyo significado determina la realidad. Los sustantivos nombran todas las cosas: personas, objetos, sensaciones, sentimientos, etc.

QUÉ SIGNIFICA VALOR EN ESPAÑOL

Valor

El término valor puede referirse a: ▪ Valor , también llamado luminosidad o luz, uno de los elementos del arte. ▪ Valor , una cualidad de las acciones y las cosas que permite ponderar la bondad, maldad, belleza, fealdad, etc. ▪ Valor , propiedad de los objetos que representa su nivel de importancia. ▪ Valor , una secuencia de bits que se interpreta de acuerdo a algún tipo de datos. ▪ Valor , concepto ambiguo utilizado en numismática. ▪ Coraje, una virtud humana. ▪ Válor, población de la Alpujarra, España. ▪ En economía: ▪ Valor , un documento con valor monetario. ▪ Valor económico, un concepto económico. ▪ La teoría del valor-trabajo es una teoría que considera que el valor de un bien o servicio depende directamente de la cantidad de trabajo que lleva incorporado. ▪ La teoría del valor de Friedrich von Wieser, pertenenciente a la escuela austríaca. ▪ En ciencias, matemática, química, física, etc.: ▪ Valor numérico, la cifra o cantidad de algún dato o medida.

definición de valor en el diccionario español

La primera definición de valor en el diccionario de la real academia de la lengua española es grado de utilidad o aptitud de las cosas, para satisfacer las necesidades o proporcionar bienestar o deleite. Otro significado de valor en el diccionario es cualidad de las cosas, en virtud de la cual se da por poseerlas cierta suma de dinero o equivalente. Valor es también alcance de la significación o importancia de una cosa, acción, palabra o frase.

PALABRAS QUE RIMAN CON VALOR


calor
ca·lor
contralor
con·tra·lor
contravalor
con·tra·va·lor
desvalor
des·va·lor
escualor
es·cua·lor
palor
pa·lor

PALABRAS QUE EMPIEZAN COMO VALOR

valleño
vallico
vallisoletana
vallisoletano
vallista
vallisto
valluna
valluno
valón
valona
valoración
valorar
valorativo
valorear
valoría
valorización
valorizador
valorizar
valquiria
vals

PALABRAS QUE TERMINAN COMO VALOR

amarillor
bicolor
chupaflor
coliflor
color
discolor
dolor
flor
folclor
helor
monocolor
multicolor
olor
picaflor
socolor
tecnicolor
temblor
tricolor
truquiflor
unicolor

Sinónimos y antónimos de valor en el diccionario español de sinónimos

SINÓNIMOS

SINÓNIMOS DE «VALOR»

Las siguientes palabras tienen un significado similar o idéntico a «valor» y pertenecen a la misma categoría gramatical.
sinónimos de valor

ANTÓNIMOS DE «VALOR»

Las siguientes palabras significan lo contrario que «valor» y también pertenecen a la misma categoría gramatical.
antónimos de valor

PALABRAS RELACIONADAS CON «VALOR»

valor actualidad arresto arrojo atractivo atrevimiento audacia beneficio cara coraje coste cotización desfachatez desvergüenza efectividad entereza estimación importancia importe interés intrepidez jeta legalidad mérito morro osadía primera lengua española grado aptitud para satisfacer necesidades proporcionar bienestar deleite otro virtud cual poseerlas cierta suma dinero equivalente alcance significación cosa acción palabra frase educar cada mencionan grandes inquietudes nuestro tiempo racismo intolerancia violencia abuso drogas llega misma conclusión temas deben afrontarse desde escuela efecto como cataloga autor novela

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TRADUCCIÓN DE VALOR

Conoce la traducción de valor a 25 idiomas con nuestro traductor multilingüe.
Las traducciones de valor presentadas en esta sección han sido obtenidas mediante traducción automática estadística a partir del idioma español.

En el siguiente apartado puedes consultar las traducciones de valor en el diccionario español-inglés así como el contexto en el que se emplean habitualmente mediante ejemplos de uso.

Traductor español - chino

1.325 millones de hablantes

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valor
570 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - inglés

value
510 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - hindi

मूल्य
380 millones de hablantes
ar

Traductor español - árabe

قيمة
280 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - ruso

значение
278 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - portugués

valor
270 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - bengalí

মান
260 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - francés

valeur
220 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - malayo

nilai
190 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - alemán

Wert
180 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - japonés

130 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - coreano

85 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - javanés

Nilai
85 millones de hablantes
vi

Traductor español - vietnamita

giá trị
80 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - tamil

மதிப்பு
75 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - maratí

मूल्य
75 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - turco

değer
70 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - italiano

valore
65 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - polaco

wartość
50 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - ucraniano

значення
40 millones de hablantes

Traductor español - rumano

valoare
30 millones de hablantes
el

Traductor español - griego

αξία
15 millones de hablantes
af

Traductor español - afrikáans

waarde
14 millones de hablantes
sv

Traductor español - sueco

värde
10 millones de hablantes
no

Traductor español - noruego

verdi
5 millones de hablantes

DICCIONARIO ESPAÑOL - INGLÉS

Conoce las traducciones de valor en inglés y el contexto en el que se emplean habitualmente mediante ejemplos de uso.

dar valor
dar valor 
  imbue with + value ; give + value ; add + value.
 And like fiction writers, they will attempt to imbue them with life and meaning and value for the people who are investing their thoughts and time in their analysis.
 The only reason I like to give value to people, is that at the end of the day I always recesive more than I give.
 There are ways to add value to your home that might not have crossed your mind before.
impuesto sobre el valor añadido (IVA)
impuesto sobre el valor añadido (IVA) 
  value added tax (VAT).
 These 'own resources' comprise agricultural and sugar levies, customs duties and a percentage of value added tax (VAT).
IVA (impuesto sobre el valor añadido)
IVA (impuesto sobre el valor añadido) 
  value added tax (VAT).
 These 'own resources' comprise agricultural and sugar levies, customs duties and a percentage of value added tax (VAT).
exención del IVA  
zero-rate
zero-rating
 The article 'Don't tax reading - the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.
 The article 'Don't tax reading - the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.
valor
valor-1 
  courage ; guts ; spunk ; bravery ; valour [valor, -USA] ; pluck.
 In this novel the central themes are courage and cowardice and what these are.
 Well, I happened to inherit a full set of Trollope, and I had the guts to throw it out.
 In her youth, as in her adult years, she was a person with spunk.
 Contributing to the problem are the harsh desert environment, & a society based on patriarchy, in which a code of honor, esprit de corps, & bravery takes precedence over intelligence & culture.
 The soldier who died in Afghanistan yesterday was honoured for his valour during a skirmish in East Timor.
 Only a good horseman, in fine fettle, with Herculean reserves of pluck and verve should consider this challenge.
acto de valor  
act of valour
act of courage
 It was an act of valor to testify on that witness stand for so many hours and still stay cool and collected about his most private and humiliating experiences.
 Sometimes getting out of bed is an amazing act of courage.
armarse de valor     
muster (up) + (the) courage
pluck up + courage
nerve + Reflexivo
gather up + courage
steel + Reflexivo
 Professional library managers must muster the courage to deal with these problems and make their choices.
 Left to themselves, children will rarely pluck up courage to visit the library on their own.
 Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and Iran are nerving themselves for a confrontation that could turn into a general war if things were to get out of control.
 By gathering up courage to face their fears, international contractors operating in China may begin to detect new possibilities of doing business there.
 She steeled herself against the heavy rain, had her keys ready for the door, and made a run for it.
con valor 
valiantly
 He fought valiantly to establish a program to fill this lacuna.
demostrar + Posesivo + valor     
prove + Posesivo + value
prove + Posesivo + worth
prove + Reflexivo
show + Posesivo + worth
prove + Posesivo + courage
 As the services prove their value and as librarians and their clientele continue to push for subsidization, society and the legislators will gradually accept the notion that at least some of these new expensive services are deserving of support.
 At the end of the day, librarians must 'produce the goods' and prove their worth - professionalism could get in the way.
 They are also a place where untested ideas or authors can prove themselves and gather a following.
 To show one's worth, to feel important - that is the secret of the human soul.
 Prince Hal has proved his courage, but the conniving Falstaff and his companions lurk in the wings, waiting for Hal to ascend the throne.
echarle valor     
pluck up + courage
muster (up) + (the) courage
gather up + courage
steel + Reflexivo
nerve + Reflexivo
 Left to themselves, children will rarely pluck up courage to visit the library on their own.
 Professional library managers must muster the courage to deal with these problems and make their choices.
 By gathering up courage to face their fears, international contractors operating in China may begin to detect new possibilities of doing business there.
 She steeled herself against the heavy rain, had her keys ready for the door, and made a run for it.
 Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and Iran are nerving themselves for a confrontation that could turn into a general war if things were to get out of control.
falta de valor    
worthlessness
act of cowardice
lack of courage
lack of backbone
 A large problem with old age stems from a feeling of worthlessness and unimportance.
 Form my history of clans , all 'alliances' between clans are acts of cowardice and usualy ends with some sneaky bitch backstabbing people.
 He knew what the price of war would be, but he failed to do what he knew was right and that's lack of backbone, a lack of courage.
 He knew what the price of war would be, but he failed to do what he knew was right and that's lack of backbone, a lack of courage.
hacerse de valor     
muster (up) + (the) courage
steel + Reflexivo
pluck up + courage
gather up + courage
nerve + Reflexivo
 Professional library managers must muster the courage to deal with these problems and make their choices.
 She steeled herself against the heavy rain, had her keys ready for the door, and made a run for it.
 Left to themselves, children will rarely pluck up courage to visit the library on their own.
 By gathering up courage to face their fears, international contractors operating in China may begin to detect new possibilities of doing business there.
 Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and Iran are nerving themselves for a confrontation that could turn into a general war if things were to get out of control.
perder el valor 
lose + Posesivo + nerve
 One wondered, did daring first-year students lose their nerve at the last minute and kneel as evidence that their audacity in approaching this 'holy of holies' was tempered by the proper reverence?.
tener el valor 
have + the courage
 Every librarian, regardless of his government's policy, has the opportunity, if he has the courage, to open the avenues of books and ideas a little wider.
tener el valor de    
have + the guts to
have + the nerve(s) to
have + the cheek to
have + the nerve to
 Well, I happened to inherit a full set of Trollope, and I had the guts to throw it out.
 And then, to rub salt in the wound, Adobe had the nerves to sent me an automated email announcing that the issue was fixed.
 When they do this I always drive even more slowly and then they have the cheek to shout at me like I'm the one in the wrong.
 If you don't have the nerve to directly approach a girl who has caught your eye, consider being her secret admirer for a while.
tener (el) valor de 
have + the heart to
 In today's society, sexual impotence can be a valid reason to file for a divorce, but this woman did not have the heart to divorce her husband.
tener valor   
count
pluck up + courage
gather up + courage
 People must be made to feel that they and their ideas count.
 Left to themselves, children will rarely pluck up courage to visit the library on their own.
 By gathering up courage to face their fears, international contractors operating in China may begin to detect new possibilities of doing business there.
valor
valor-2 
  esteem ; value ; worth ; worthiness ; goodness.
 The two cases perhaps indicate the beginning of attitudinal changes in awards administrators which will give parity of esteem to information-driven programmes.
 This stop list is input to the computer before indexing can commence, and is a list of the words which appear in text which have no value as access words in an index.
 The circulation of large numbers of books regardless of their worth to multitudes of people is no better criterion of mental health than is the profitable sale of quack medicines evidence of bodily health.
 Another goal of terrorism is to demonstrate to terrorists their own worthiness and thus to claim a sort of moral victory over their enemies.
 Measurement in and of itself is neutral and cannot indicate 'goodness' or 'badness' = Measurement in and of itself is neutral and cannot indicate 'goodness' or 'badness'.
adición de valor  [Nombre]
value adding
 The interaction environment is also intended to support value adding of electronic documents.
adquirir un valor añadido 
take on + added weight
 This basic principle of marketing takes on added weight when applied to US Federal information programmes in the light of their instrumental value = Este principio básico del marketing cobrar importancia cuando se aplica a los programas de información federal americanos a la vista de su valor instrumental.
añadir valor 
add + value
 There are ways to add value to your home that might not have crossed your mind before.
asignar valor a 
attach + value to
 If, in addition, this new piece of information provides an important missing piece of the 'mental jigsaw' or helps to restructure it, we tend to attach greater value to it.
aumentar de valor 
increase in + value
 Tangible assets will increase in quantity and value from 27 per cent to 82 per cent.
cadena de valores  [Secuencia de procesos por el que pasa un producto desde la materia prima hasta llegar al consumidor, cada uno de los cuales le añade más valor]
value chain
 This article warns libraries of confusing the concept of the value chain and value added services with the user pays principle.
carecer de valor 
have + a hollow ring
 Justification has a hollow ring without a firm rationale for existence and survival in this fluid society.
carente de valor 
worthless
 Teachers and librarians cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the literature a child is brought up with at home, no matter how anemic and worthless it may seem to be.
centrado en los valores 
value-driven
 Assessment of these implications and their probable outcomes is unavoidably value-driven.
código de valores 
code of values
 Reading about the death of a fictional character can help adolescents develop a personal code of values.
conflicto de valores 
conflict of values
 The reason actions do not reflect thoughts and feeling in every case is the almost ever-present conflict of values which exists in any given situation.
con juicio de valor 
value-loaded
 Avoid value-loaded words, aim for neutrality.
conjunto de valores 
set of values
 The library and information profession is built not only on a body of skills and knowledge but on a set of values inherent in the services it provides.
dar mucho valor a Algo 
value + Nombre + highly
 People value the public library highly as an educational and community resource and the library acts as an 'information junction' to bind the community together.
dar valor   
imbue with + value
give + value
add + value
 And like fiction writers, they will attempt to imbue them with life and meaning and value for the people who are investing their thoughts and time in their analysis.
 The only reason I like to give value to people, is that at the end of the day I always recesive more than I give.
 There are ways to add value to your home that might not have crossed your mind before.
de gran valor  
highly valued
highly valuable
 Intellectual freedom is a first essential of all the highly valued human feelings = La libertad intelectual es el más esencial de todos los sentimientos humanos más valorados.
 Librarians must therefore recognise their skills and educational preparation as a highly valuable resource.
de gran valor histórico 
of great historical value
 The 300 people, students or other, who took over the premises also manhandled ancient works of great historical value.
de incalculable valor 
priceless
 The libraries have spent centuries with the collections and storage of priceless information.
de poco valor 
a dime a dozen
 The Wizard, played by Joel Grey, is a smooth-talking dumbbell who admits he is 'a corn-fed hick' and 'one of your dime-a-dozen mediocrities'.
de valor 
of value
 The note area is the part of the description where it is permitted to include any additional information which the cataloguer feels may be of value to the user.
de valor añadido   [Adjetivo]
value-added
value-adding
 Since then, SCI CD Edition has won accolades for its value-added features, sophistication, and flexibility.
 The author argues that librarians are in a position to transform themselves into 'value adding knowledge professionals'.
de valor equiparable 
of comparable worth
 Comparable pay for jobs of comparable worth is not a new social or economic issue.
de valor incalculable 
invaluable
 Readings as a tool that enables us to do something else, rather than reading which has invaluable ends and purposes in itself.
disminuir el valor de 
belittle
 Citing a renowned author merely to gain personal respectability for an otherwise mediocre piece of research belittles the work of the cited author.
edificio de valor histórico 
heritage-listed building
 This stylish cafe, situated in a heritage-listed building that used to be a gun shop, offers original, restaurant-quality fare.
emitir un juicio de valor  
exercise + value judgment
pass + a value judgement
 A computer can replace people in dull, routine tasks, but it has no originality; it works according to the instructions given to it and cannot exercise any value judgments.
 They learn to accept that things are done differently in different places and to abstain from passing a value judgment about such differences.
enfrentamiento de valores 
conflict of values
 The reason actions do not reflect thoughts and feeling in every case is the almost ever-present conflict of values which exists in any given situation.
escala de valores  
graded range
set of values
 Second, the attribute values in Table 1 may vary over a graded range (e.g., from pain = 'none' to pain = 'severe').
 The library and information profession is built not only on a body of skills and knowledge but on a set of values inherent in the services it provides.
establecer valores 
establish + values
 According to Freud, the latency period serves as a time for establishing standards and values.
falta de valor    
worthlessness
act of cowardice
lack of courage
lack of backbone
 A large problem with old age stems from a feeling of worthlessness and unimportance.
 Form my history of clans , all 'alliances' between clans are acts of cowardice and usualy ends with some sneaky bitch backstabbing people.
 He knew what the price of war would be, but he failed to do what he knew was right and that's lack of backbone, a lack of courage.
 He knew what the price of war would be, but he failed to do what he knew was right and that's lack of backbone, a lack of courage.
hacer prevaler las ideas y valores de uno mismo 
assert + own ideas and values
 Nevertheless the librarian must avoid the opposite extreme and he must avoid betraying his own ideals of freedom by attempting to assert his own ideas and values.
hacer que tenga más valor 
put + a premium on
 Businesses work to deadlines that put a premium on convenience and ready availability.
igualdad de retribución por un trabajo de igual valor 
equal pay for equal work
 The ruling upheld the complaint that government employees in female dominated categories were not receiving equal pay for equal work.
igualdad de retribución por un trabajo de valor comparable 
equal pay for comparable work
 Attainment of equal pay for comparable work should be a high priority in the profession.
juicio de valor 
value judgement
 The value judgments need not be the same.
minar los valores tradicionales 
undermine + traditional values
 As part of an imported culture libraries may be associated with influences undermining traditional values and self-confidence and with the propagation of negative values such as consumerism.
no tener valor 
be valueless
 Effects of this error force ratings so drastically to the top of the scale that they are valueless to us and others in management.
nuevo valor 
newcomer
 BRS is a relative newcomer to the marketplace.
objeto de valor 
valuable
 Swimmers should not bring valuables to meets where they may be unattended.
objeto de valor cultural 
cultural valuable
 But talks have not resolved ownership disputes for most of more than one million cultural valuables Germany claims Soviets troops took.
perder valor 
lose + Posesivo + value
 This suggests that core lists of serials might lose their value substantially over a relatively short time.
pérdida de valor  
devaluation
loss of value
 The major factor affecting periodicals in Australia during 1986 was the significant devaluation of the Australian dollar against most major currencies.
 A suit was filed in 1985 for $31 Million for loss of value of the land.
pez de valor  [Que merece la pena pescar]
game fish
 With hundreds of bait fish swarming your spot - feeding like mad - the game fish get extremely excited and start to move into the area to feed on the bait fish.
poner en valor       
highlight
emphasise [emphasize, -USA]
showcase
enhance
value
give + value
add + value
 In each case the object of the discussion will be to highlight what appear to be the significant aspects, particularly those concerning the background which affect the nature of the scheme.
 Analytical cataloguing aims to emphasise the content of documents, rather than relying entirely upon cataloguing whole works.
 Officially known as SOLEX, this exhibition showcases mainly IT based products for the legal profession.
 An introduction explaining the nature and scope of the indexing language will enhance its value.
 Often, the facilities offered by a co-operative may not be as sophisticated as those available from software vendors, but the support of a group of libraries is valued.
 The only reason I like to give value to people, is that at the end of the day I always recesive more than I give.
 There are ways to add value to your home that might not have crossed your mind before.
por valor de + Número 
amounting to + Cantidad
 In 1983 the EC funded contracts which entailed the procurement of goods and services amounting to 400 million pounds.
quitar el valor 
render + valueless
 The immense cultural differences facing the professions tends to render comparisons valueless.
quitar valor  
devalue
deflate
 This does not devalue the comparison between enumerative classification and menu-based information retrieval system.
 These developments deflate some traditional assumptions about and privileges associated with scientific and technical knowledge.
reducir el valor 
reduce + value
 Owners of rare and valuable books face a special dilemma - identification marks can be disfigurements and actually reduce the value of the books.
regla del valor literal  [Norma de comportamiento del bibliotecario por la cual debe limitarse a determinar sólo lo que el usuario busca y no lo que realmente necesita]
face value rule
 Several possible rules governing the reference interview are examined; one calls for inquiry into client's underlying wants, 'the face value rule', another for inquiry into underlying needs, 'the purpose rule'.
ser de poco valor  
be of little use
be of little value
 This is one area in which off-the-shelf software will be of little use, except perhaps for very general introductions.
 The goal may be of little value or of high scientific or cultural significance, but energy is put forth to accomplish a task.
ser de un valor especial 
be of particular value
 The knowledge acquired during the development of this service is of particular value for other digitization projects.
servicios de red de valor añadido (VANS) 
value added network services (VANS)
 This article considers local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), value added network services (VANSs), ISDN, 'wireless' and optical network.
sin valor    
dummy
worthless
valueless
drossy
 DOBIS/LIBIS, therefore, assigns them the dummy master number zero.
 Teachers and librarians cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the literature a child is brought up with at home, no matter how anemic and worthless it may seem to be.
 But the biggest impact was felt when boxes appeared, sometimes anonymously, filled with old books and magazines - mostly valueless.
 Its polestar nature has the ability to guide us through the drossy deserts that poetry sometimes founders in.
sistema de valores  
system of values
value system
 A system of values lifts the librarian from preoccupation with the mundane and points him towards what is truly important.
 Male heavy and light readers are found to have value systems so discrepant as to constitute almost distinct subcultures.
sistema de valores personales 
personal value system
 In the past, personal value systems, social value systems, worldviews, & ideologies each may have been given the generic label 'values'.
sistema de valores sociales 
social value system
 In the past, personal value systems, social value systems, worldviews, & ideologies each may have been given the generic label 'values'.
tener poco valor 
be of little value
 The goal may be of little value or of high scientific or cultural significance, but energy is put forth to accomplish a task.
tener un valor especial 
be of particular value
 The knowledge acquired during the development of this service is of particular value for other digitization projects.
tener valor   
count
pluck up + courage
gather up + courage
 People must be made to feel that they and their ideas count.
 Left to themselves, children will rarely pluck up courage to visit the library on their own.
 By gathering up courage to face their fears, international contractors operating in China may begin to detect new possibilities of doing business there.
valor afectivo del servicio 
affect of service
 Affect of service is a mesaure of how well users are treated and served by library staff, especially in personal encounters at service desk, on the telephone, and by email.
valor añadido  
added benefit
added value
 Automation of SDI resulted in substantial savings in staff time with the added benefit of allowing customization of output to local specifications = La automatización de la DSI dio como resultado un ahorro considerable en el tiempo del personal con el beneficio añadido de permtir la adaptación de los resultados a las condiciones locales.
 This will rationalize the system, avoid duplication and allow these users to benefit from the 'added value' of indexing and cataloguing = Esto racionalizará el sistema, evitará la duplicación y permitirá a estos usuarios que se beneficien del "valor añadido" de la indización y catalagoción.
valor característico 
eigenvalue
 The coefficients of eigenvectors associated with the largest eigenvalue provide the basis for sequencing atoms which are ordered according to the relative magnitudes of the coefficients.
valor comercial  
marketing value
commercial paper
 In many cases needs other than those of the user are driving the further introduction of the Internet into libraries, e. g. the glamour and marketing value of connectivity, and the egos of librarians = En muchos casos necesidades diferentes a las de los usuarios están fomentando aún más la introducción de Internet en las bibliotecas, por ej., el carisma y el valor comercial de la red y el ego del bibliotecario.
 The U.S. government's bailout plan did little to improve conditions in the commercial paper market where spooked investors continue to favor short-term debt.
valor cultural 
cultural value
 Even the modern educational philosophy we espouse may be at variance with cultural values.
valor de la novedad 
novelty value
 We're all familiar with the idea of novelty value and how it wears off with time.
valor de la propiedad 
property value
 The main justifications, couched mostly in race-neutral terms, were that the squatters would increase crime, decrease property values, spread disease, & despoil the natural environment.
valor de ley 
force of law
 Apply this rule to legislative enactments and decrees of a political jurisdiction and decrees of a chief executive having the force of law.
valor de pertinencia  [Juicio emitido por el que hace una búsqueda sobre la relevancia de los documentos recuperados a la búsqueda que se ha hecho]
estimation of relevance
 The system then prints out the titles in rank order, with the user responding to show his estimation of relevance.
valor de predicción 
predictive power
 Bradfor's law, in its commonly-stated form, has very little predictive power.
valor de retención 
retention value
 This technique was used to predict the chromatographic retention values of steroids.
valor económico   
monetary value
economic value
monetary worth
 This article provides a description of rare books and some criteria for their identification: rarity, monetary value, age, limited editions and association.
 Librarians tend to overestimate the social value of information and ignore its economic value.
 This aura of religiosity has been chiefly created by the work's incalculable monetary worth.
valor efectivo 
cash value
 In total 47 per cent of all books bought were impulse buys and this comprised 42 per cent of books sold by cash value.
valor en origen  [Usado principalmente en la estadística]
intercept
 If X sometimes = 0, the intercept is simply the expected mean value of Y at that value.
valores  [Generalmente usado en plural]     
assets
ethos
securities
equities
equity shares
asset base
 Those eligible normally include only companies with less than 45 million of net fixed assets and fewer than 500 employees.
 There is a large number of people who cannot afford paperbacks and would like to read, but are afraid or scornful of the ethos of the middle-class library.
 This article defines financial information by looking at the information needs of 4 major divisions of the financial community: commodities; foreign exchange; capital markets; and securities and equities.
 This article defines financial information by looking at the information needs of 4 major divisions of the financial community: commodities; foreign exchange; capital markets; and securities and equities.
 In case of debenture capital (not convertible into equity shares) of companies, the fees will be charged @ 25% of the fees payable as per the above mentioned scales.
 The first implication I would draw is that the achievement of scale in a way that substantially increases the riskiness of the asset base may prove to be counter-productive.
valores agregados  [Secuencia de procesos por el que pasa un producto desde la materia prima hasta llegar al consumidor, cada uno de los cuales le añade más valor]
value chain
 This article warns libraries of confusing the concept of the value chain and value added services with the user pays principle.
valores añadidos  [Secuencia de procesos por el que pasa un producto desde la materia prima hasta llegar al consumidor, cada uno de los cuales le añade más valor]
value chain
 This article warns libraries of confusing the concept of the value chain and value added services with the user pays principle.
valores familiares 
family values
 The idea must be enforced that that librarians have a duty to prohibit access to information and ideas whenever such limits are necessary to preserve family values.
valor específico   [Valor asignado a información durante su indización o recuperación]
weight
weighting
 Weights are a quantitative measure of the prominence of various index terms in the description of a subject and may form the basis of an alternative search logic.
 In the process of the search, prior to display or printing, the computer ranks references according to their weighting.
valores y normas de comportamiento de los miembros de una instutición  [Conjunto de valores y normas de comportamiento de los miembros de una instutición]
corporate culture
 Factors to be taken into consideration include: managerial style; attitude to personnel and customers; the importance of information technology; corporate culture; criteria for creativity; charisma; and the role of quality.
valor ético 
ethical value
 The role of ethical values in the profession, particularly in the practice of online reference, has been misconstrued.
valor fundamental 
asset
 The efficient analysis of professional and technical documents is an asset in many spheres of activity.
valor global 
overall value
 On a 4 star rating, the drive was rated 4 on ease of installation, ease of use, and overall value; and 3 on product support.
valor humano 
human value
 The article is entitled 'Egg Timers, Human Values, and the Care of Autistic Youths'.
valor intrínsico 
intrinsic worth
 Indeed, one reason for the reluctance of librarians to donate weeded materials to less-advantaged groups may be that such donations raise the thorny question of intrinsic worth.
valor medicinal 
medicinal value
 These properties can be applied to the determine the medicinal value of extracts from rapeseed, rapeseed oil and white mustard.
valor mínimo 
low-water mark
 The report was primarily concerned with archaeological remains situated above low-water mark.
valor moral 
moral value
 Even librarians who believe in intellectual freedom are sometimes troubled by books which challenge their individual moral values.
valor político 
political value
 Librarians must resist attempts to impose social and political values on libraries and uphold the idea of intellectual freedom.
valor por omisión 
default value
 And now change the indicator back to the default value.
valor positivo 
virtue
 Murra described a number of these enterprises, their virtues and weaknesses and the possible explanations for their demise.
valor representativo 
eigenvalue
 The coefficients of eigenvectors associated with the largest eigenvalue provide the basis for sequencing atoms which are ordered according to the relative magnitudes of the coefficients.
valor social 
social value
 Moral objections are the most prominent, though these are contingent on current cultural & social values, which may shift, as evidenced by the growing acceptance of surrogate mothers, sperm banks, & the sale of body parts.
VAN (red de valor añadido) 
VAN (value added network)
 Her article notes developments of VANs (value added networks) and CD-ROM.
valor
valor-3 
  attribute value ; value.
 Others have used possibility distributions for representing fuzzily known or incompletely known attribute values.
 A good initial value for this field will start the system off with a good guess so that claims for missing issues are not unreasonable at the beginning.
alcanzar el valor máximo, coronar 
crest
 Rivers in southern Minnesota are expected to crest lower than previously forecast within the next week.
bolsa de valores   
stock exchange
stock market
share market
 This article reviews the Moody's 5000 Plus data base, of over 5000 companies listed on the New York and American stock exchanges, on CD-ROM.
 This database supplies on-line information on current events, weather, sports, stock markets, health, travel and shopping.
 Due to the devastating drop in stock prices and a slump in the share market, share market traders predict a sharp drop in the sale of gold.
Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York 
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
 A trade in the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) is settled within five business days, while transaction executed in the Paris Bourse are settled only once a month.
contabilidad de valores devengados 
accrual accounting
 Accrual accounting, by means of which funds are considered expended at the time of encumbrance irrespective of when invoices are paid, is their preferred method of controlling expenditure = La contabilidad de valores devengados, según la cual la cantidad comprometida se considera como dinero gastado independientemente de cuándo se abonen las facturas, es su método preferido de control de gastos.
con valores difusos 
fuzzy-valued
 Fuzzy random variables (also referred to often as random fuzzy sets) were introduced as a valuable and well-formalized model to deal with probabilistic and statistical problems involving fuzzy data when these data are supplied by an existing fuzzy-valued quantification process = Las variables aleatorias de lógica difusa (a las que también se les conoce conjuntos aleatorios de lógica difusa) se introdujeron como un modelo valioso y bien formalizado para tratar los problemas probabilísticos y estadísticos relacionados con los datos difusos cuando éstos han sido suministrado por un proceso existente de cuantificación de valores difusos.
conversión en valor monetario 
monetisation [monetization, -USA]
 While the monetisation of food aid generates money for NGOs to pursue other aid activities, it also reduces prices for local producers and traders in poor countries, effectively rigging the market against them.
convertido en valor monetario 
monetised [monetized, -pl.]
 Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.
convertir en valor monetario 
monetise [monetize, -USA]
 This is a means to monetize stranded natural gas resources around the world.
descomposición por valores simples 
singular value decomposition
 This article describes a new method for automatic indexing and retrieval based on singular value decomposition, a matrix decomposition technique related to factor analysis.
forma de la curva estadística en su valor más alto 
peak-shape
 The publication count and published pages vary approximately in parallel, with the peak-shape being flat compared with the trends for author.
impuesto sobre el valor añadido (IVA) 
value added tax (VAT)
 These 'own resources' comprise agricultural and sugar levies, customs duties and a percentage of value added tax (VAT).
joven valor 
young gun
 He is another young gun looking to make a name for himself with the soccer fans.
llegar al valor máximo 
crest
 Rivers in southern Minnesota are expected to crest lower than previously forecast within the next week.
mercado de valores   
stock market
share market
securities market
 This database supplies on-line information on current events, weather, sports, stock markets, health, travel and shopping.
 Due to the devastating drop in stock prices and a slump in the share market, share market traders predict a sharp drop in the sale of gold.
 2009 will go down in the history books as a year in which securities markets sank to unimaginable levels.
método del Valor de Discriminación (DV) 
Discrimination Value model (DV)
 This study compares the Two-Poisson (2P), Inverse Document Frequency (IDF) and Discrimination Value (DV) models of document representation.
objetos de valor 
valuables
 Music has notorious magpie tendencies, snapping up stylistic valuables wherever they may be found.
pérdida de valor  
devaluation
loss of value
 The major factor affecting periodicals in Australia during 1986 was the significant devaluation of the Australian dollar against most major currencies.
 A suit was filed in 1985 for $31 Million for loss of value of the land.
sin valor    
dummy
worthless
valueless
drossy
 DOBIS/LIBIS, therefore, assigns them the dummy master number zero.
 Teachers and librarians cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the literature a child is brought up with at home, no matter how anemic and worthless it may seem to be.
 But the biggest impact was felt when boxes appeared, sometimes anonymously, filled with old books and magazines - mostly valueless.
 Its polestar nature has the ability to guide us through the drossy deserts that poetry sometimes founders in.
valor atípico 
outlier
 Traditional clustering algorithms either favour clusters with spherical shapes and similar sizes, or are very fragile in the presence of outliers.
valor calorífico 
calorific value
 The calorific value of a fuel is the heat available from that fuel when it is completely burned.
valor de ordenación 
filing value
 Any symbols other than letters and numbers need to have their filing value defined.
valor desconocido 
unknown
 As a result of its use in math, X is often used to represent unknowns in other circumstances.
valores  [Generalmente usado en plural]     
assets
ethos
securities
equities
equity shares
asset base
 Those eligible normally include only companies with less than 45 million of net fixed assets and fewer than 500 employees.
 There is a large number of people who cannot afford paperbacks and would like to read, but are afraid or scornful of the ethos of the middle-class library.
 This article defines financial information by looking at the information needs of 4 major divisions of the financial community: commodities; foreign exchange; capital markets; and securities and equities.
 This article defines financial information by looking at the information needs of 4 major divisions of the financial community: commodities; foreign exchange; capital markets; and securities and equities.
 In case of debenture capital (not convertible into equity shares) of companies, the fees will be charged @ 25% of the fees payable as per the above mentioned scales.
 The first implication I would draw is that the achievement of scale in a way that substantially increases the riskiness of the asset base may prove to be counter-productive.
valores de la bolsa  [Expresión generalmente usada en el plural] 
stock prices
stock market quotations
 These systems carry up-to-the-minute information on stock prices, currency rates, world and national events, etc.
 Users will have access to information such as constantly updated travel schedules, news and weather, stock market quotations and classified ads.
valor específico   [Valor asignado a información durante su indización o recuperación]
weight
weighting
 Weights are a quantitative measure of the prominence of various index terms in the description of a subject and may form the basis of an alternative search logic.
 In the process of the search, prior to display or printing, the computer ranks references according to their weighting.
valor máximo 
high-water mark
 The 1930s decade was a high-water mark of student activism, with a larger percentage of the student population involved in political organizations than at any other period including the 1960s.
valor medio  
midrange
mean value
 A scattergram indicates that the correlation between reading level and sentence idea density is stronger in the midranges.
 Immediately after the recognition of a cardiac cycle the program calculates mean values over a given time or a given number of beats.
valor monetario  
monetary value
monetary worth
 This article provides a description of rare books and some criteria for their identification: rarity, monetary value, age, limited editions and association.
 This aura of religiosity has been chiefly created by the work's incalculable monetary worth.
valor numérico 
numerical value
 The author shows that in most practical cases Salton's cosine formula yields a numerical value that is twice Jaccard's index.
valor numérico exacto 
crisp value
 A disease or a condition can be described by a number of symptoms which may be crisp alphanumeric values or fuzzy terms such as 'high' or 'normal'.
valor nutritivo  
nutritional value
nutrient value
 The experiment proved that some less popular vegetables such as cherry tomato, broccoli and fennel possessed high nutritional value.
 Cooking foods in purified water pulls the minerals out of them and lowers their nutrient value.

Tendencias de uso de la palabra valor

TENDENCIAS

TENDENCIAS DE USO ACTUALES DEL TÉRMINO «VALOR»

El término «valor» es muy utilizado habitualmente y ocupa la posición 525 de nuestra lista de términos más usados del diccionario de español.
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En el mapa anterior se refleja la frecuencia de uso del término «valor» en los diferentes paises.
Principales tendencias de búsqueda y usos comunes de valor
Listado de las príncipales búsquedas realizadas por los usuarios para acceder a nuestro diccionario de español en línea y expresiones más usadas con la palabra «valor».

FRECUENCIA DE USO DEL TÉRMINO «VALOR» A LO LARGO DEL TIEMPO

El gráfico expresa la evolución anual de la frecuencia de uso de la palabra «valor» en los últimos 500 años. Su implementación se basa en el análisis de la frecuencia de aparición del término «valor» en las fuentes impresas digitalizadas del español publicadas desde el año 1500 hasta la actualidad.

Citas, bibliografía en español y actualidad sobre valor

EJEMPLOS DE USO

10 CITAS CON «VALOR»

Citas y frases célebres con la palabra valor.
1
Casimir Delavigne
El valor hace vencedores; la concordia hace invencibles.
2
Confucio
Estas tres señales distinguen al hombre superior: la virtud, que lo libra de la ansiedad; la sabiduría, que lo libra de la duda; y el valor, que lo libra del miedo.
3
Confucio
El valor de tu casa es el precio que tu vecino quiere pagar por ella.
4
Diego De Saavedra Fajardo
A mucho obliga el que, teniendo valor para hacerse temer, se hace amar.
5
Friedrich Von Schiller
El hombre de valor no debe arredrarse ante las empresas atrevidas.
6
James Stephens
La curiosidad vence al miedo más fácilmente que el valor.
7
Marcial
Fácil es en la adversidad despreciar la muerte; más valor demuestra el que sabe ser desgraciado.
8
Miguel De Cervantes
Las comparaciones que se hacen de ingenio a ingenio, de valor a valor, de hermosura a hermosura y de linaje a linaje, son siempre odiosas y mal recibidas.
9
Pedro Calderón De La Barca
El valor es hijo de la prudencia, no de la temeridad.
10
Robert G. Ingersoll
La prueba más grande de valor en este mundo es saber sobrellevar una derrota sin perder el ánimo.

5 REFRANES CON LA PALABRA «VALOR»

Recopilación de refranes del refranero popular español con el término valor.
Calor de mayo, valor da al año.
El día que la mierda tenga algún valor, los pobres nacerán sin culo.
Ni de malva buen vencejo, ni de estiércol buen olor, ni de mozo buen consejo, ni de viejo valor.
Por San Miguel, gran calor, será de mucho valor.
Todo necio confunde valor y precio.
Los refranes recogen el saber popular. Señalan qué actitud conviene adoptar en cada situación, definen la razón de una determinada conducta, extraen las consecuencias de una circunstancia… entrañando en cualquier caso un fin didáctico y aleccionador y convirtiendo la anécdota humana en tema de reflexión.

Los primeros refranes escritos se remontan a la Edad Media y versan sobre todo lo cotidiano (trabajos del campo, la iglesia, los hombres, mujeres, etc…).

Miguel de Cervantes, en Don Quijote de la Mancha escribe: "los refranes son sentencias breves, sacadas de la experiencia y especulación de nuestros antiguos ancianos". Seguirá diciendo Don Quijote sobre la utilidad de los refranes: "cualquiera de los que has dicho [, Sancho,] basta para dar a entender tu pensamiento" (Segunda parte, capítulo XVII).

10 LIBROS DEL ESPAÑOL RELACIONADOS CON «VALOR»

Descubre el uso de valor en la siguiente selección bibliográfica. Libros relacionados con valor y pequeños extractos de los mismos para contextualizar su uso en la literatura.
1
El valor de educar
Cada vez que se mencionan las grandes inquietudes de nuestro tiempo -el racismo, la intolerancia, la violencia, el abuso de drogas, etc.- se llega a la misma conclusión: son temas que deben afrontarse desde la escuela.
Fernando Savater, 2010
2
El Efecto Valor
Como lo cataloga el autor, es una novela de misterio acerca de la búsqueda compulsiva de la innovación y se manifiesta con el asesinato del consultir contratado por la empresa para desarrollar el producto.
John Guaspari, 2003
3
El valor del perdón
Con este libro conoceremos el valor del perdón; lo sano que puede llegar a ser aceptar que cometimos un error y ser capaces de pedir perdón.
Isaac Barbosa Ramos, 2006
4
El valor de elegir
Preguntarse por la libertad es hacerlo a la razón y al corazón de nuestra vida.
Fernando Savater, 2010
5
Valoración: medición y gestión del valor
Además de todos los estudios del caso, también ofrece una cobertura en profundidad de los procesos de valoración a los mercados emergente, junto con un conjunto detallado de instrucciones sobre cómo impulsar la creación de valor y ...
Tom Copeland, Tim Koller, Jack Murrin, 2004
6
Qué es crear valor para el accionista?: manual para no ...
El objetivo de crear valor para el accionista &−hacerle más rico&− ha adquirido un notable protagonismo en la ideología empresarial y en los medios de comunicación.
Juan F. Pérez-Carballo Veiga, Pérez-Carballo Veiga, Juan F., 2007
7
Teorías del valor y de la distribución desde Adam Smith: ...
El examen del pensamiento económico relativo al valor y la distribución revela hasta qué punto se transmiten de generación en generación ideas erróneas y cómo la ortodoxia en esta materia se vincula con ideologías defensoras del ...
Maurice Dobb, 2004
8
La propuesta de valor de recursos humanos
Escrito por los principales pioneros del campo, La propuesta de valor de Recursos Humanos ilumina el camino que los profesionales de este campo deben tomar para guiar y liderar a sus organizaciones hacia el futuro.
Dave Ulrich, Wayne Brockbank, 2006
9
El desplome de la dicotomía hecho-valor y otros ensayos
Pese a que en ocasiones sea importante y útil distinguir entre afirmaciones fácticas y juicios de valor, Hilary Putnam argumenta que la distinción se vuelve netamente perjudicial cuando se identifica con una dicotomía entre lo objetivo ...
Hilary Putnam, 2004
10
Valor en Riesgo y recursos propios en las entidades bancarias
Las entidades bancarias están inmersas en un proceso de cambio, motivado por la revolución tecnológica y por la globalización de la actividad económica que motivan unos riesgos de mercados que sólo se pueden cuantificar mediante el ...
J. David Cabedo Semper, Ismael Moya Clemente, 2000

10 NOTICIAS EN LAS QUE SE INCLUYE EL TÉRMINO «VALOR»

Conoce de qué se habla en los medios de comunicación nacionales e internacionales y cómo se emplea el término valor en el contexto de las siguientes noticias.
1
Apple y Google las que mayor valor de marca tienen en el Best ...
Aumentó su valor de marca 5 por ciento); Google (por cuarto año consecutivo en esta posición. Valorada en$133.252. Aumentó su valor de marca 11 por ciento) ... «Merca2.0, Oct 16»
2
El valor de la verdad: las 20 revelaciones de la madre de Hernán ...
Lourdes sorprendió al sentarse en el sillón rojo de 'El valor de la verdad' para contar detalles de la relación que mantuvo la salsera con su hijo, Hernán ... «LaRepública.pe, Oct 16»
3
"El Valor de la Verdad": ¿Madre del 'Churrito' visitará el set? | El ...
"El valor de la verdad" de Latina, programa de preguntas y respuestas donde se revelan secretos de famosos, aún no revela oficialmente quién será su próximo ... «El Comercio, Sep 16»
4
"El valor de la verdad": todo lo que se habló sobre Yahaira | El ...
... todo lo que se habló sobre Yahaira. "El valor de la verdad" tuvo como invitado a Jerson Reyes, quien dice haber tenido un romance con Yahaira Plasencia. «El Comercio, Sep 16»
5
"El valor de la verdad": el confesionario completo de Baigorria | El ...
"El valor de la verdad" emitió la segunda parte del confesionario de Alejandra Baigorria, quien aseguró haber terminado su relación sentimental con Guty ... «El Comercio, Ago 16»
6
"El valor de la verdad": las confesiones de Alejandra Baigorria | El ...
El valor de la verdad: las confesiones de Alejandra Baigorria. Alejandra Baigorria estuvo en el set de "El valor de la verdad ". (Foto: Latina/ Difusión). «El Comercio, Ago 16»
7
"El valor de la verdad": las respuestas de Melissa Klug | El Comercio ...
"El valor de la verdad": las respuestas de Melissa Klug. En su primera presentación en "El valor de la verdad", Melissa Klug se llevó 50 mil soles. (Foto: Latina) ... «El Comercio, Ago 16»
8
"El valor de la verdad": todas las revelaciones de Jenny Kume | El ...
En "El valor de la verdad", Jenny Kume solo respondió 15 preguntas ante Beto Ortiz. Revisa aquí el cuestionario completo ... «El Comercio, Jul 16»
9
"El valor de la verdad": todas las respuestas del 'Zorro' Zupe | El ...
EN VIDEO: A su paso por "El valor de la verdad", el 'Zorro' Zupe habló de la relación de Milett Figueroa con el colombiano Maluma. (Fuente: Latina) ... «El Comercio, Jul 16»
10
"El valor de la verdad": el cuestionario de Xoana González | El ...
La argentina Xoana González (28) fue la más reciente invitada de "El valor de la verdad", programa a cuyo set llegó con un vestido blanco escotado, así como ... «El Comercio, Jul 16»

IMÁGENES SOBRE «VALOR»

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REFERENCIA
« EDUCALINGO. Valor [en línea] . Disponible en <https://educalingo.com/es/dic-es/valor>. Jul 2020 ».
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