The TV is worth $100.Originally Posted by TEDDY.O
==>refers to the value of the TV, and not necessarily the cost.
The TV is worth buying.
==> It's a good deal (i.e. a deal of value).
The TV is a worthwhile investment.
==> It's a good investment. (i.e. an investment of value)
The class is worth your time, effort, and money.
==> It's a valuable investment.
The TV is worthless.
==> It's not valuable.
The class is not worth your time.
==> The class is worthless. It's not a good investment.
As a noun:
What is its worth?
==> What is its value?
What is her worth as an employee?
==> What is her value as an employee? Is she valuable to the company or not? Is she a worthwhile investment? Is she a valuable asset? Should we hire her?
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