be worth sth
B1 to be important or interesting enough to receive a particular action: I think this matter is worth our attention. When you're in Reykjavík, the National Museum is worth a visit.be worth having/doing sth › to be important or useful to have or do: There's nothing worth reading in this newspaper. If you are a young, inexperienced driver, it is worth having comprehensive insurance. It's worth remembering that prices go up in February.worth it › enjoyable enough or producing enough advantages to make the necessary effort, risk, pain, etc. seem acceptable: It was a long climb to the top of the hill, but it was worth it for the view from the top. Don't tire yourself out, Geri, it's really not worth it. After the plastic surgery I had two black eyes and my face was very swollen. But I knew it would be worth it. Forget him, sweetheart, - he's just not worth it.
be worth sth › to be important or interesting enough to be a reason for doing something: worth a look/try This investment could be risky but it's worth a try.
› the amount of something that you can buy with a particular amount of money: $10/€50/£300, etc. worth of sth She bought $200 worth of clothes.