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be worth your/its weight in gold

to be very ​useful or ​helpful: This ​recipebook is worth ​itsweight in ​gold - it ​tells you everything you need to ​know. Boys who can ​sing like that are worth ​theirweight in ​gold to the ​choir.
(Definition of be worth your/its weight in gold from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be worth your/its weight in gold”
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常有用, 很有帮助…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常有用, 很有幫助…
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