ст`оящий; заслуживающий; обладающий;
ценность ; достоинства ; цена ; стоимость ; богатство; имущество
- All that said, A Christmas Carol was worth it.
- Cheap reels are not worth a second thought.
- But with their sparse population they are scarcely worth the price of a campaign advertisement.
- It is difficult to find this tea, but it is worth looking for.
- Finally, and outside the university context, it is perhaps worth mentioning that the Camden library service has a good loan collection of African writing.
- Nelson's detailed account is well worth close scrutiny for it illustrates many aspects of socio-ecology most cogently.
- He did not feel that he would want to return to university, so he decided to apply for an unclassed "War Honours" degree - "probably not worth the paper it's written on", but perhaps enough to get him started in some profession, such as colonial service or, possibly, journalism; he rather liked the idea of becoming a parliamentary correspondent for a newspaper.
- A novel of little sprouting aphorisms: "Every man is worth an umbrella".
- It is worth noting that industry sponsors are significant contributors to such experimental work: the audience may be small, but it may also be crucial.
- These already have property assets worth some DM15 billion (10 billion), and are still adding to them.
- Leaving her screen baby behind in Coronation Street , Helen Worth (left) joins Michael Angelis in the world's most frequently recurring soap - marriage
- It is well worth saving the seed of this - and of the drumstick scabious, "Paper Moon" - in case of a hard winter.
- Even now, and though the events of June triggered a brief period of reappraisal, the British still seem besotted by their vision of China as a billion-strong market for their goods and services - and either unaware, or unimpressed, that their exports to Hong Kong itself are currently worth three times as much as those to its northern neighbour.