valorization


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val·or·ize

 (văl′ə-rīz′)
tr.v. val·or·ized, val·or·iz·ing, val·or·iz·es
1. To establish and maintain the price of (a commodity) by governmental action.
2. To give or assign a value to, especially a higher value: "The prophets valorized history" (Mircea Eliade).

[Portuguese valorizar, from valor, value, from Late Latin; see valor.]

val′or·i·za′tion (-ər-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
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valorization

n. valorización, evaluación.
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Alvis is surely no less to be indicted for visiting his own valorization of the "virtue and decency" of Roman republicanism on Cymbeline and finding Shakespeare coming up short.
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