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English definition of “worth”

worth

adjective [not gradable] (MONEY)   /wɜrθ/
having a value in money of: They’re asking $10,000 for the car, but I don’t think it’s worth that much. It is an expensive restaurant, but for special occasions it’s worth it (= the value of what you get is equal to the money spent). If a person is worth a particular amount of money, the person has that amount or owns things that would cost that amount: She must be worth at least half a million.
(Definition of worth adjective (MONEY) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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