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Translation of "worth" - English-Spanish dictionary

worth

noun /wəːθ/
value
valor
These books are of little or no worth She sold fifty dollars’ worth of tickets.
worthless adjective of no value
sin valor, inútil, despreciable
worthless old coins.
worthlessly adverb
inútilmente
You’re worthlessly wasting your time on that boy!
worthlessness noun
inutilidad
worthy /-ði/ adjective ( comparative worthier, superlative worthiest) good and deserving I willingly give money to a worthy cause. (with of) deserving
merecedor/digno de
She was not worthy of the honour/honor given to her.
(with of) typical of, suited to, or in keeping with
digno de
a performance worthy of a champion.
of great enough importance etc
digno, merecedor
She was not thought worthy to be presented to the king.
worthily adverb
dignamente
worthiness noun
mérito
-worthy suffix deserving; fit for
digno de …
a blameworthy act.
fit for its appropriate use
apto para…
a seaworthy ship.
worthwhile adjective deserving attention, time and effort etc
que vale/merece la pena
a worthwhile cause It isn’t worthwhile to ask him – he’ll only refuse.
for all one is worth using all one’s efforts, strength etc
con toda el alma, con todas las fuerzas
He swam for all he was worth towards the shore.
Translations of “worth”
in Vietnamese giá trị…
in Thai มูลค่า…
in Malaysian nilai, harga…
in French valeur…
in German der Wert…
in Indonesian nilai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钱, 价格, 价值…
in Russian ценность, значение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錢, 價格, 價值…
in Turkish değer, kadir, kıymet…
in Polish wartość…
(Definition of worth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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