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what's it worth (to you)?

informal mainly humorous said when you ​want to ​know what someone will give you if you give them the ​piece of ​information they have ​asked for: "Do you ​know where Dave's ​living now?" "What's it worth?"
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Translations of “what's it worth (to you)?”
in Chinese (Simplified) 对我会有什么好处呢?…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對我會有甚麼好處呢?…
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