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value (something) at (some amount of money)
To determine that something is worth a particular amount of money. The jeweler valued my diamond ring at only $2,000, even though I paid over $4,000 for it! I heard that their house has been valued at nearly a million dollars!
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value something at something
to consider something to be worth a certain amount. The museum curator valued the vase at one million dollars. I value this vase at one million dollars.
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