• town in missouri (usa); county in georgia (usa); village in illinois (usa)
• price; value; importance
• eligible; advantageous; valued at -; having a value of -; worthwhile to -; suited for -; whose assets are valued at -
• if something is worth an amount of money, it can be sold for that amount or has that value.
• you use worth to indicate that the value of something is equal to a particular amount of money. for example, fifty dollars' worth of equipment can be bought for fifty dollars.
• someone's worth is their value, usefulness, or importance; a formal use. uncount noun here but can also be used as a predicative adjective. e.g. no man can say what another man is worth.
• you can use worth to say how long something will last. for example, a week's worth of food is the amount of food that will last you for a week.
• you use worth to say that something is so enjoyable or useful that it is a good thing to do or have.
• if an action or activity is worth your while, it will be helpful or useful to you.
worth a fortune
• very valuable, can't be measured by gold or money, priceless, one of a kind, cannot be exchanged
worth a million
• very valuable, very expensive, highly significant
• with a value of zero, has no value
worth the money
• worth the price, of appropriate quality for the cost
worth while investment
• staking money and in the end receiving a significantly larger sum of money in return
for all one's worth
• wholeheartedly, with all that is in him
for what it's worth
• for whatever help it may provide; for whatever its value may be ...