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Readings
あたい
atai
Reading restricted to 値
Reading restricted to 価
Reading restricted to 價

ne
Reading restricted to 値
Reading restricted to 直
Meanings
Noun (futsuumeishi)
May take the particle 'no'
price, costcoût, mérites, prix, valeur

value, worth, merit
Meaning restricted to あたい
Mathematics term
value, count, number

Meaning restricted to あたい
Computer terminology
variable (computer programming, programing)Preis, Wert, Zahlenwert, Größe

Kanji
ON: KUN: ね, あたい
price, cost, value

ON: カ, ケKUN: あたい
value, price

ON: チョク, ジキ, ジカKUN: ただ.ちに, なお.す, -なお.す, なお.る, なお.き, す.ぐ
straightaway, honesty, frankness, fix, repair

ON: カ, ケKUN: あたい
price, value

Example sentences
魔力(Magic):魔法を使うために必要な能力値。 魔法を使うと減少するが、時間で回復する。Parts: 魔力 (まりょく), 魔法 (まほう), 使う (つかう), 為に (ために), 必要 (ひつよう), 能力 (のうりょく), (あたい), 魔法 (まほう), 使う (つかう), 減少 (げんしょう), 時間 (じかん), 回復 (かいふく)MP (magic): Ability score needed to use magic. As you use magic it drops, but with time it recovers.

普通は、id属性とname属性に同じ値を割り当てます。(訳注:異なっていても構わないが便宜上同じ値を割り当てるという事)Parts: 普通 (ふつう), 属性 (ぞくせい), 属性 (ぞくせい), 同じ (おなじ), (あたい), 割り当てる (わりあてる), 訳注 (やくちゅう), 異なる (ことなる), 構う (かまう), 便宜上 (べんぎじょう), 同じ (おなじ), (あたい), 割り当てる (わりあてる), 言う (いう), (こと)Usually the id and name attributes have the same value applied. (N.B. Not because it matters if they differ but just as a matter of convenience.)

彼はその絵にたいへん高い値をつけた。Parts: (かれ), 其の (その), (え), 大変 (たいへん), 高い (たかい), (あたい), 付ける (つける)He put the painting at a very high price.

彼女はじきよくなるだろう。Parts: 彼女 (かのじょ), (じき), 良く (よく), 成る (なる), だろう (だろ)
Community comments
The words and kanji on this web site come from the amazing dictionary files JMDict, EDICT and KANJIDIC. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's licence. The example sentences come from the projects Tatoeba and Tanaka Corpus. Kanji search by radicals is based on the Kradfile2 and Kradfile-u files containing radical decomposition of 13108 Japanese characters. Many thanks to all the people involved in those projects!