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for what it's worth

informal
said when you are giving someone a piece of information and you are not certain if that information is useful or important: For what it's worth, I think he may be right. They are, for what it's worth, the single most successful playhouse in the West.
(Definition of for what it's worth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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for what it’s worth

infml used to show that you know someone may not care, but you are going to say something anyway: Nonetheless, I’d like to give my opinion, for what it’s worth.
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Translations of “for what it's worth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不管有用与否, 无论价值如何…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不管有用與否, 無論價值如何…
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