verb (used with object), val·u·at·ed, val·u·at·ing.
to set a value on; appraise.
consider, figure, predict, prophesy, tax, number, rank, budget, assess, rate, gauge, expect, deduce, enumerate, decide, surmise, guess, calculate, sum, suspect
- valsalva maneuver,
- value added,
- value date
Origin of valuate
First recorded in 1870–75; back formation from valuation
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Also he examined some old Chinese ivory carvings with a critical, valuating, meditative eye.No. 13 Washington Square|Leroy Scott
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