your money's worth

   If you get your money's worth, you receive good value for the amount of money you spend.
   

We bought a travel pass to use the public transport system and we really got our money's worth.


English Idioms & idiomatic expressions. 2014.

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  • your money's worth — as much as you deserve because of the money you paid or the effort you made His new movie gives his fans their money s worth. [=his new movie is good and is worth the money that his fans pay to see it] The people who showed up for the concert ce …   Useful english dictionary

  • get your money's worth — get your money’s worth phrase to feel that something you have got is worth the amount you paid for it Get there early to make sure you get your money’s worth. Thesaurus: to cost someone an amount of moneysynonym Main entry: money * * * get your… …   Useful english dictionary

  • get your money's worth — get (your) money s worth to receive good value for the amount you have paid. When I see how much I spend on repairs, I wonder if I got my money s worth with this car …   New idioms dictionary

  • get your money's worth — to feel that something you have got is worth the amount you paid for it Get there early to make sure you get your money s worth …   English dictionary

  • get money's worth — get (your) money s worth to receive good value for the amount you have paid. When I see how much I spend on repairs, I wonder if I got my money s worth with this car …   New idioms dictionary

  • one's money's worth — {n. phr.} A fair return on one s money spent or invested. * /I wouldn t say that the trip was a great bargain, but I feel that we got our money s worth./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • one's money's worth — {n. phr.} A fair return on one s money spent or invested. * /I wouldn t say that the trip was a great bargain, but I feel that we got our money s worth./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • money — mon|ey W1S1 [ˈmʌni] n [U] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: moneie, from Latin moneta mint, money , from Moneta, name given to Juno, the goddess in whose temple the ancient Romans produced money] 1.) what you earn by working and can use to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • money — noun (U) 1 what you earn by working and what you spend in order to buy things: The repairs will cost a lot of money. | earn money: She barely earns enough money to live on. | save money: We re not going on holiday this year we re trying to save… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • money — mon|ey [ mʌni ] noun uncount *** what you earn, save, invest and use to pay for things. Money can be kept in a bank, where it can earn interest. If you have a bank account, you can pay for things with a check: No, I can t come, I haven t got any… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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