what's it worth (to you)? Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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what's it worth (to you)?

informal mainly humorous
said when you want to know what someone will give you if you give them the piece of information they have asked for: "Do you know where Dave's living at the moment?" "What's it worth?"
Translations of “what's it worth (to you)?”
in Chinese (Traditional) 對我會有甚麼好處呢?…
in Chinese (Simplified) 对我会有什么好处呢?…
(Definition of what's it worth (to you)? from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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