Synonyms for worth
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The cost of a thing is all that has been expended upon it, whether in discovery, production, refinement, decoration, transportation, or otherwise, to bring it to its present condition in the hands of its present possessor; the price of a thing is what the seller asks for it. In regular business, as a rule, the seller's price on his wares must be more than their cost to him; when goods are sold, the price the buyer has paid becomes their cost to himself. In exceptional cases, when goods are sold at cost, the seller's price is made the same as the cost of the goods to him, the cost to the seller and the cost to the buyer becoming then identical. Price always implies that an article is for sale; what a man will not sell he declines to put a price on; hence the significance of the taunting proverb that "every man has his price." Value is the estimated equivalent for an article, whether the article is for sale or not; the market value is what it would bring if exposed for sale in the open market; the intrinsic value is the inherent utility of the article considered by itself alone; the market value of an old and rare volume may be very great, while its intrinsic value may be practically nothing. Value has always more reference to others' estimation (literally, what the thing will avail with others) than worth, which regards the thing in and by itself; thus, intrinsic value is a weaker expression than intrinsic worth. Charge has especial reference to services, expense to minor outlays; as, the charges of a lawyer or physician; traveling expenses; household expenses.
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an indefinite quantity of something having a specified value
"10 dollars worth of gasoline"
the quality that renders something desirable or valuable or useful
Worth, Charles Frederick Worthadjective
French couturier (born in England) regarded as the founder of Parisian haute couture; noted for introducing the bustle (1825-1895)
worthy of being treated in a particular way
"an idea worth considering"; "the deserving poor" (often used ironically)
having a specified value
"not worth his salt"; "worth her weight in gold"
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Typically, investment in IPOs prior to their being listed on major exchanges has been limited to institutional investors and ultra-high-net-worth individuals.
The system is set up to see certain groups as' less than.' Some people would say it's less than human, but at the very least, it's less than White. And so they are treated differently, and that has got to change. Until we start seeing each other as human beings and recognizing that Chris Young has the same worth as me or anybody else who was in that courtroom, we're going to have this problem.
To cut off your hair reminds us that [ hair ] really has no sense or spiritual value. ... When it is removed from the body, it doesn't have any worth.
They spoke out to say that, for them, getting rid of malaria is worth using innovative science.
For anything worth having one must pay the price; and the price is always work, patience, love, self-sacrifice -- no paper currency, no promises to pay, but the gold of real service.
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- Wert, lohnen, verdienenGerman
- valioso, valer la pena, valorSpanish
- arvo, väärti, arvoinenFinnish
- méritant, équivalent, valoir la peine, valeur, vautFrench
- fiach, luach, fiùScottish Gaelic
- योग्य, मूल्य, लायक़Hindi
- meritevole, valore, degnoItalian
- 값어치, 값, 값나가다, 價値, 값어치있다, 가치Korean
- gewaardeerd, gelijkwaardig aan, waarde, waard, vermogenDutch
- valor, equivalente, valer a penaPortuguese
- цена, заслуживающий, стоящий, стоить, стоимость, ценностьRussian
- giá trịVietnamese
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