worth their weight in gold

worth their weight in gold
worth a lot, invaluable, priceless
  

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  • worth your weight in gold — very useful, valuable, or important Good teachers are worth their weight in gold. An experience like that is worth its weight in gold. • • • Main Entry: ↑gold worth your weight in gold see ↑gold …   Useful english dictionary

  • worth your weight in gold — worth (your/its) weight in gold extremely useful or valuable. User friendly software is worth its weight in gold. Experienced singers are worth their weight in gold because they bring strength to the choir. Etymology: based on the idea that gold… …   New idioms dictionary

  • worth its weight in gold — worth (your/its) weight in gold extremely useful or valuable. User friendly software is worth its weight in gold. Experienced singers are worth their weight in gold because they bring strength to the choir. Etymology: based on the idea that gold… …   New idioms dictionary

  • worth its weight in gold —    Someone or something that is worth their weight in gold is considered to be of great value.     We couldn t run the farm without him. He s worth his weight in gold …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • be worth its weight in gold — be worth its(/your) weight in gold to be extremely useful or valuable. A book that could tell me in simple language how to use this computer would be worth its weight in gold. Really good experienced singers are worth their weight in gold to the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • be worth your weight in gold — be worth its(/your) weight in gold to be extremely useful or valuable. A book that could tell me in simple language how to use this computer would be worth its weight in gold. Really good experienced singers are worth their weight in gold to the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • worth weight in gold — worth (your/its) weight in gold extremely useful or valuable. User friendly software is worth its weight in gold. Experienced singers are worth their weight in gold because they bring strength to the choir. Etymology: based on the idea that gold… …   New idioms dictionary

  • be worth weight in gold — be worth its(/your) weight in gold to be extremely useful or valuable. A book that could tell me in simple language how to use this computer would be worth its weight in gold. Really good experienced singers are worth their weight in gold to the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • weight — [[t]we͟ɪt[/t]] ♦♦ weights, weighting, weighted 1) N VAR: oft amount in N, with poss, N of amount The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons. What is your height and weight?... This… …   English dictionary

  • 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

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