English version

be worth somebody’s while (to do/doing something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe worth somebody’s while (to do/doing something)be worth somebody’s while (to do/doing something)spoken used to say that someone should spend time or money on something because they will gain something from it It might be worth your while to talk to the head of department. Some people feel it’s not worth their while working if they can get money from the state. worth
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