Meaning of “worth” - Learner’s Dictionary

worth

adjective uk us /wɜːθ/
be worth sth

B1 to have a particular value, especially in money:

Our house is worth about 600,000 euros.
be worth doing/seeing/trying, etc

B1 to be useful or enjoyable to do/see/try, etc:

It's not as good as his last book but it's definitely worth reading.
be worth it

B1 to be useful or enjoyable despite needing a lot of effort:

It was a long climb up the mountain but the view was worth it.
Don't bother complaining - it's really not worth it.
be worth your while

If it is worth your while doing something, it is useful or enjoyable despite needing a lot of effort:

It isn't worth my while going all that way just for one day.

(Definition of “worth adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)