Definition of 'worth'
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It’s also worth recording some of the social media gaffes from this election. Computing (2010) Well worth watching to the end despite the disappointing sound. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Sounds like a price worth paying for a bit of peace. The Sun (2016)It is popular and you will probably have to book a couple of days in advance but is definitely worth a visit. The Sun (2017)No one wants to waste time waiting for a week 's worth of rice to boil. The Sun (2016)There are bitcoins worth about 9 billion in circulation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The initial pain and cost of integration may well be worth it for the longer-term benefits. Computing (2010)The deal is worth about $40 million. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You have had your money 's worth from the plant and need no more of it than you have already put back. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Those investors who applied for thousands of pounds worth will have most of their money returned. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The stress of the job is not worth the money. The Sun (2014) Something else worth considering is the aesthetics of these schemes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Most of the work in this show is of a high quality and worth seeing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Their overseas profits are also worth less when converted back into sterling. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The site alone is worth a visit. A Patchwork Garden: Unexpected Pleasures from a Country Garden (1990)The unrest has caused millions of pounds worth of damage. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The realization that it may not be worth it to work tops the list. Christianity Today (2000)The right woman is worth changing for. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So is it worth getting in nursing care at home? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The food will be worth the wait. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That alone is worth the ticket price. The Sun (2014)Your dream job is worth a second try. The Sun (2007)The transatlantic journey was well worth the effort. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Something you think has only sentimental value may be worth a great deal. The Sun (2011)It could be a team worth watching. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It will be a contest within the contest that is worth the money alone. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But is a saving of 20 million in this financial year really worth the row? Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's probably worth half a million. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It means you're now worth having a conversation with. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's definitely worth a day trip. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'worth'
British English: worth /wɜːθ/ NOUN
Someone's worth is their value, usefulness, or importance.
These highly skilled people have already proved their worth.
- American English: worth
- Arabic: قِيمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: valor
- Chinese: 价值
- Croatian: vrijednost
- Czech: hodnota
- Danish: værd
- Dutch: waarde
- European Spanish: valía importancia
- Finnish: arvo
- French: valeur
- German: Wert
- Greek: αντίτιμο
- Italian: valore
- Japanese: 資産
- Korean: 가치
- Norwegian: verdi
- Polish: warty
- European Portuguese: valor
- Romanian: valoare
- Russian: ценность
- Spanish: valor precio, costo
- Swedish: värde
- Thai: มูลค่า
- Turkish: değer
- Ukrainian: гідний
- Vietnamese: giá trị
Definition of worth from the Collins English Dictionary
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