have (one's) money's worth(redirected from have someone's money's worth)
have (one's) money's worth
To receive a proportionate or sufficient level of satisfaction on one's investment of money, time, effort, etc., in an item, event, or activity. Admission to the museum was so expensive that I felt like I had to stay all day just to have my money's worth.
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get/have your ˈmoney’s worthget good value for the money you have spent: What an exciting final it was! The crowd certainly had its money’s worth. ♢ The movie was only an hour long, so we felt that that we didn’t really get our money’s worth.
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