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  • EN [ wɜːθ]
  • US [ wɜːrθ]

English definition


  • 1. an indefinite quantity of something having a specified value;

    • "10 dollars worth of gasoline"
  • 2. the quality that renders something desirable or valuable or useful

Example sentences

  • The house had been ransacked of all that was worth anything.

  • I guess he must be worth a small fortune.

  • The fire burned up more than 50000 pounds worth of antiques.

  • He is worth a million.

  • How much [ What ] is this worth?

  • This novel is worth reading.

  • It's not worth your while reading this book.

  • Every bit of Huangshan Mountain scenery is worth painting.

  • We enjoyed the film so much that we felt we'd got our money's worth.

  • This film is well worth seeing.

  • The book is worth skimming through.

  • Car vandals caused more than 10 000 worth of damage to vehicles last Saturday.

  • The lowest estimate would put the worth of the jewel at $200.

  • millions of pounds' worth of Batman merchandising

  • The programme was worth watching for an inspired takeoff of the Collins sisters.

  • You could, alternatively, hang onto it in the hope that it will be worth millions in 10 years time.

  • Is it worth fighting a big war, in the name of an abstraction like sovereignty?

  • Traffic in illicit drugs was now worth some 500 thousand million dollars a year.

  • Traditional Spanish food is delicious and its specialities are worth searching out.

  • She will be offering a package worth about 40 million dollars, to tempt the rebels into agreeing to disarm.

  • Last year 400,000 acres of land yielded a crop worth $1.75 billion.

  • The Chancellor is on record as saying that the increase in unemployment is "a price worth paying" to keep inflation down.

  • It's worth checking each item for obvious flaws.

  • It may well be worth waiting for better times before making any irrevocable commitment.

  • He had never had a woman of her worth as a friend.

  • You've got three years' worth of research money to do what you want with.

  • Prices may vary so it's well worth shopping around before you buy.

  • For what it's worth, my feeling is that ice in whisky is fine.

  • It may take a number of attempts, but it is worth keeping at it.

Phrase collocation

  • for all someone is worth informal 非正式

    as energetically or enthusiastically as someone can

    • he thumps the drums for all he's worth.

    so as to obtain everything one can from someone

    • the youths milked him for all he was worth and then disappeared.

  • for what it is worth

    used to present a comment, suggestion, or opinion without making a claim as to its importance or validity

    • for what it's worth, she's very highly thought of abroad.

  • worth it

    (informal)sufficiently good, enjoyable, or successful to repay any effort, trouble, or expense

    • it requires a bit of patience to learn, but it's well worth it.

  • worth one's salt

    • it requires a bit of patience to learn, but it's well worth it.

  • worth one's while (或 worth while)

    • it requires a bit of patience to learn, but it's well worth it.

  • for all (one) is worth

    To the utmost of one's powers or ability.

  • for what it's worth

    Even though it may not be important or valuable

    • Here's my advice, for what it's worth.


  • not worth a damn

    • This pen is not worth a damn.

  • not worth a plugged nickel

    • His word isn't worth a plugged nickel.

    • Mary isn't worth a plugged nickel at baseball.

Synonym discrimination

  • worth, value

  • worth, worthy, worthwhile

Meaning of worth

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