Definition of be worth one's weight in gold in English:

be worth one's weight in gold

phrase

  • Be extremely useful or helpful.

    ‘someone who can understand and collate medical notes is worth their weight in gold’
    • ‘‘If the new group were there from the start they would be worth their weight in gold,’ she said.’
    • ‘As I mentioned previously, great care needs to be taken when moving in to areas where you have no local knowledge and this is where a reliable local property consultant is worth their weight in gold.’
    • ‘Stuart has been worth his weight in gold both on and off the field.’
    • ‘When special agents are brought in, they are treated as if they were worth their weight in gold.’
    • ‘All the cast were worth their weight in gold.’
    • ‘A real quality goalkicker can be worth his weight in gold.’
    • ‘He said the helicopters were worth their weight in gold.’
    • ‘They will know the routes, and a good one is worth his weight in gold, in event of sickness and other contingencies.’
    • ‘This is where a good copywriter will be worth their weight in gold.’
    • ‘Psychiatrists and psychologists can be worth their weight in gold.’