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worth a fortune — very valuable, can t be measured by gold or money, priceless, one of a kind, cannot be exchanged … English contemporary dictionary

worth — 1 preposition 1 be worth to have a value in money: How much is the ring worth? | be worth 10/$500 etc: The picture is worth about two thousand pounds. | be worth a lot informal (=be worth a lot of money) | be worth nothing/not be worth anything:… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

worth — worth1 W2S1 [wə:θ US wə:rθ] prep [: Old English; Origin: weorth worthy, of a particular value ] 1.) be worth sth a) to have a value in money ▪ The house must be worth quite a lot of money now. ▪ One of the pictures is worth £50,000. ▪ Do you know … Dictionary of contemporary English

worth — worth1 [ wɜrθ ] adjective Worth usually follows the verb to be and is always followed by either a noun, pronoun, or number, or by the ing form of a verb: The painting is probably worth thousands of dollars. It was a difficult trip, but it was… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

worth — I UK [wɜː(r)θ] / US [wɜrθ] adjective *** Summary: Worth usually follows the verb to be and is always followed by either a noun, pronoun, or number, or by the ing form of a verb: The painting is probably worth thousands of pounds. ♦ It was a… … English dictionary

worth — ▪ I. worth worth 1 [wɜːθ ǁ wɜːrθ] noun [uncountable] 1. the value of something in money: • The balance sheet will not show the current worth of the company. • I am willing to buy £100,000 worth of bonds. 2. ten hours worth/​a week s etc worth of… … Financial and business terms

fortune — noun 1 luck ADJECTIVE ▪ good ▪ bad, ill … OF FORTUNE ▪ piece, stroke ▪ By a stroke of good fortune, S … Collocations dictionary

fortune — noun 1 MONEY (C) a very large amount of money: He inherited his fortune from his father. | cost/spend/be worth a fortune: They must have spent a fortune on that house. | a small fortune (=a lot of money): She won a small fortune on the horses. |… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

fortune — for|tune W3S3 [ˈfo:tʃən US ˈfo:r ] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(money)¦ 2¦(chance)¦ 3¦(what happens to you)¦ 4 tell somebody s fortune ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1200 1300; : French; Origin: Latin fortuna] 1.) ¦(MONEY)¦ a ver … Dictionary of contemporary English

fortune — fortuneless, adj. /fawr cheuhn/, n., v., fortuned, fortuning. n. 1. position in life as determined by wealth: to make one s fortune. 2. wealth or riches: to lose a small fortune in bad investments. 3. great wealth; ample stock of money, property … Universalium

fortune — [n1] wealth, possessions affluence, capital, estate, gold mine*, inheritance, opulence, portion, property, prosperity, resources, riches, substance, treasure, worth; concepts 335,710 Ant. hardship, misfortune, poverty fortune [n2] fate, lot in… … New thesaurus

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Перевод worth a fortune перевод

worth a fortune — very valuable, can t be measured by gold or money, priceless, one of a kind, cannot be exchanged … English contemporary dictionary

worth — 1 preposition 1 be worth to have a value in money: How much is the ring worth? | be worth 10/$500 etc: The picture is worth about two thousand pounds. | be worth a lot informal (=be worth a lot of money) | be worth nothing/not be worth anything:… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

worth — worth1 W2S1 [wə:θ US wə:rθ] prep [: Old English; Origin: weorth worthy, of a particular value ] 1.) be worth sth a) to have a value in money ▪ The house must be worth quite a lot of money now. ▪ One of the pictures is worth £50,000. ▪ Do you know … Dictionary of contemporary English

worth — worth1 [ wɜrθ ] adjective Worth usually follows the verb to be and is always followed by either a noun, pronoun, or number, or by the ing form of a verb: The painting is probably worth thousands of dollars. It was a difficult trip, but it was… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

worth — I UK [wɜː(r)θ] / US [wɜrθ] adjective *** Summary: Worth usually follows the verb to be and is always followed by either a noun, pronoun, or number, or by the ing form of a verb: The painting is probably worth thousands of pounds. ♦ It was a… … English dictionary

worth — ▪ I. worth worth 1 [wɜːθ ǁ wɜːrθ] noun [uncountable] 1. the value of something in money: • The balance sheet will not show the current worth of the company. • I am willing to buy £100,000 worth of bonds. 2. ten hours worth/​a week s etc worth of… … Financial and business terms

fortune — noun 1 luck ADJECTIVE ▪ good ▪ bad, ill … OF FORTUNE ▪ piece, stroke ▪ By a stroke of good fortune, S … Collocations dictionary

fortune — noun 1 MONEY (C) a very large amount of money: He inherited his fortune from his father. | cost/spend/be worth a fortune: They must have spent a fortune on that house. | a small fortune (=a lot of money): She won a small fortune on the horses. |… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

fortune — for|tune W3S3 [ˈfo:tʃən US ˈfo:r ] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(money)¦ 2¦(chance)¦ 3¦(what happens to you)¦ 4 tell somebody s fortune ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1200 1300; : French; Origin: Latin fortuna] 1.) ¦(MONEY)¦ a ver … Dictionary of contemporary English

fortune — fortuneless, adj. /fawr cheuhn/, n., v., fortuned, fortuning. n. 1. position in life as determined by wealth: to make one s fortune. 2. wealth or riches: to lose a small fortune in bad investments. 3. great wealth; ample stock of money, property … Universalium

fortune — [n1] wealth, possessions affluence, capital, estate, gold mine*, inheritance, opulence, portion, property, prosperity, resources, riches, substance, treasure, worth; concepts 335,710 Ant. hardship, misfortune, poverty fortune [n2] fate, lot in… … New thesaurus

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Перевод worth a fortune перевод

worth a fortune — very valuable, can t be measured by gold or money, priceless, one of a kind, cannot be exchanged … English contemporary dictionary

worth — 1 preposition 1 be worth to have a value in money: How much is the ring worth? | be worth 10/$500 etc: The picture is worth about two thousand pounds. | be worth a lot informal (=be worth a lot of money) | be worth nothing/not be worth anything:… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

worth — worth1 W2S1 [wə:θ US wə:rθ] prep [: Old English; Origin: weorth worthy, of a particular value ] 1.) be worth sth a) to have a value in money ▪ The house must be worth quite a lot of money now. ▪ One of the pictures is worth £50,000. ▪ Do you know … Dictionary of contemporary English

worth — worth1 [ wɜrθ ] adjective Worth usually follows the verb to be and is always followed by either a noun, pronoun, or number, or by the ing form of a verb: The painting is probably worth thousands of dollars. It was a difficult trip, but it was… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

worth — I UK [wɜː(r)θ] / US [wɜrθ] adjective *** Summary: Worth usually follows the verb to be and is always followed by either a noun, pronoun, or number, or by the ing form of a verb: The painting is probably worth thousands of pounds. ♦ It was a… … English dictionary

worth — ▪ I. worth worth 1 [wɜːθ ǁ wɜːrθ] noun [uncountable] 1. the value of something in money: • The balance sheet will not show the current worth of the company. • I am willing to buy £100,000 worth of bonds. 2. ten hours worth/​a week s etc worth of… … Financial and business terms

fortune — noun 1 luck ADJECTIVE ▪ good ▪ bad, ill … OF FORTUNE ▪ piece, stroke ▪ By a stroke of good fortune, S … Collocations dictionary

fortune — noun 1 MONEY (C) a very large amount of money: He inherited his fortune from his father. | cost/spend/be worth a fortune: They must have spent a fortune on that house. | a small fortune (=a lot of money): She won a small fortune on the horses. |… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

fortune — for|tune W3S3 [ˈfo:tʃən US ˈfo:r ] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(money)¦ 2¦(chance)¦ 3¦(what happens to you)¦ 4 tell somebody s fortune ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1200 1300; : French; Origin: Latin fortuna] 1.) ¦(MONEY)¦ a ver … Dictionary of contemporary English

fortune — fortuneless, adj. /fawr cheuhn/, n., v., fortuned, fortuning. n. 1. position in life as determined by wealth: to make one s fortune. 2. wealth or riches: to lose a small fortune in bad investments. 3. great wealth; ample stock of money, property … Universalium

fortune — [n1] wealth, possessions affluence, capital, estate, gold mine*, inheritance, opulence, portion, property, prosperity, resources, riches, substance, treasure, worth; concepts 335,710 Ant. hardship, misfortune, poverty fortune [n2] fate, lot in… … New thesaurus

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