worthy adjective (DESERVING RESPECT) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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worthy

adjective (DESERVING RESPECT)
值得尊敬的
 
 
/ˈwɜː.ði/ US  /ˈwɝː-/
formal deserving respect, admiration or support
值得尊敬的;值得钦佩的;值得支持的
He is unlikely to succeed in getting his bill through Congress, however worthy it is.
无论他的提案多么有价值,他也不可能使其在国会上通过。
Every year she makes a large donation to a worthy cause.
她每年都为一项高尚的事业捐一大笔款。
Admirable and admired
worthy of attention/notice, etc. formal deserving to be given attention, noticed,
值得注意的
Two points in this report are especially worthy of notice.
这份报告中有两点特别值得注意。
Deserving and deserved
formal describes something which should be admired for its good and useful qualities but which is not very interesting
有内在价值(但乏味)的
a worthy book
有价值的书
Tedious and uninspiring
worthily
 
 
/ˈwɜː.ðɪ.li/ US  /ˈwɝː-/ adverb formal
Translations of “worthy”
in Korean -할만한 자격이 있는…
in Arabic جَدير بـ…
in Portuguese digno…
in Catalan digne…
in Japanese 尊敬に値する, 価値がある…
in Italian degno, meritevole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 值得尊敬的, 值得欽佩的, 值得支持的…
in Russian достойный…
in Turkish lâyık, değer, yakışır…
in Polish godny, szlachetny…
(Definition of worthy adjective (DESERVING RESPECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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