English version

be worth (doing) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe worth (doing) somethingbe worth (doing) somethinga) USEFULused to say that something is interesting, useful, or helpful A lot of the small towns in the area are definitely worth visiting. The film is well worth seeing.worth a trip/visit etc The local museum is worth a visit. b) used to say that someone should do something because they will gain something from itbe worth doing something It’s worth checking the details of the contract before you sign it. It’s well worth getting there early if you want a good seat.be worth the time/effort/work It was a great evening, and definitely worth all the hard work. worth
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