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Meaning of “for what it's worth” in the English Dictionary

"for what it's worth" in British English

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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 ​successfulplayhouse in the ​West.
(Definition of for what it's worth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"for what it’s worth" in American English

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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.
(Definition of for what it’s worth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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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