The Latin word inaestimabĭlis came to our language as invaluable . This qualifies what, given its enormous value, is impossible to estimate properly .
For example: "The contribution of this coach to the football of our country is invaluable and goes far beyond the titles", “The actor managed to get ahead with the invaluable help of his closest friends, who accompanied him at all times”, "To carry out this initiative we have the invaluable work of a dozen volunteers".
Suppose a writer, when presenting his new novel , refers to invaluable support of his wife to complete the project. The man commented that his partner read the drafts, suggested changes and established corrections, in addition to accompanying him throughout the writing process.
On the other hand, within the framework of a natural catastrophe, rescuers manage to save the lives of hundreds of people, striving day and night with much sacrifice. That is why the government appreciates their commitment and states that these rescuers made a invaluable work : there is no way to quantify the value of the actions they carried out.
Sometimes the concept It is used to refer to issues that can be defined with figures, although very high or difficult to establish precisely. In this context, economists, sociologists and historians argue that the external debt of a country is invaluable . This rating is associated with the magnitude of the amount due, which should still be quantified through documentation. Without documents that serve to detail and prove the debt, payments will always be irregular.