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  1. worth
    IPA[wərTH]
  2. adjective

    • 1. equivalent in value to the sum or item specified:

      jewelry worth $450 was taken
    • 2. sufficiently good, important, or interesting to justify a specified action; deserving to be treated or regarded in the way specified:

      the museums in the district are well worth a visit
    • 3. used to suggest that the specified course of action may be advisable:

      a meat and potato dish that's worth checking out
    • 4. having income or property amounting to a specified sum:

      she is worth $10 million

    noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: worth

    • adjective

      equivalent in value to the sum or item specified:

      having income or property amounting to a specified sum:

    • noun

      the level at which someone or something deserves to be valued or rated:

      an amount of a commodity equivalent to a specified sum of money:

    • sufficiently good, enjoyable, or successful to repay any effort, trouble, or expense
    • certainly worth
    • noun

      another term for self-esteem
    • a city in northern Texas, on the Trinity River, west of Dallas; population 703,073 (est. 2008).
    • noun

      another term for self-esteem
    • a city in northern Texas; population 703,073 (est. 2008).
    • certainly worth
    • (1825–95), English couturier, resident in France from 1845. Regarded as the founder of Parisian haute couture, he is noted for designing gowns with crinolines and for introducing the bustle.
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