[動詞] hold something's value, maintain something's value
- Both gold and silver are items of value preservation.
Most cars cannot maintain their value.
A small number of super sports cars can maintain their value, or even increase their value.
Rich people will think about preservation of value.
I try not to buy things that cannot hold their value.
Most assets such as land and real estate have the effect of maintaining value.
Allocation of assets on investment objects that can maintain their value can reduce the chance of asset depreciation.
Value-preserved watches are usually rarely seen on the market.
The value-preserved items have collection value.
- I bought a piece of art that was value-preserved.