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put (something) at

To set, determine, or estimate the value or price of something. Just by looking at the condition of the item, I'd put the value of your antique at around $2,300, though of course this could change significantly at auction. That extra night in the hotel puts your bill at $450.
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put at

v.
To determine or estimate some quantity to have some value: The forecasters put the price of corn next year at $8 per bushel.
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Local TV news station 9News, citing public records, put the price at USD 53.3m, but said that Laurus put the price at around USD 90m.
But an independent valuation by investment bankers put the price at only pounds 1.9billion.
No figure has been officially disclosed but one source close to the deal put the price at no more than $60million (pounds 31million) plus a share of future profits.
Although the purchase price was not disclosed, rumors of the impending sale almost a year ago (NL/NL 11/15/00) put the price at an estimated $125 million for FTE's news-letters, information services and databases.