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What are the differences of "worth" and"worthy" in usage when they are both adjective.
Sorry that I am still not understand.
I don’t think it is worth the money.
She is worth her weight in gold.
He is worth millions
Worthy describes merit, something which someone or something has earned, e.g.
He won the boxing match, he is the worthy champion.
This is a book worthy of praise.
The International Red Cross is a worthy cause.
Last edited by Hamburg; 06-Sep-2009 at 15:45. Reason: Someone/something ... forgot something