worth it

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worth it (not comparable)

  1. Worth doing; worth the time, effort, etc.
    • 2003, Council of Europe, Learning and Teaching in the Communication Society (page 131)
      Using the Internet as an information resource is hardly worth it just to make student reports richer. It is worth it if the Internet is going to be used as a laboratory for choosing, exploring, searching, justifying and supporting views, etc.


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