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if something that you do pays off, it brings you some benefit
to have a good result
something has features that make it useful or attractive
to be useful in a particular situation
if it is worth your while to do something, you can get some benefit or advantage from doing it even though it may take some time or effort
to be extremely useful or valuable
to bring you a lot of benefit
to be helpful or useful
when electronic information is lost because the software or devices needed to read it are no longer available
a dance in which a pair of dancers turns continuously while moving around the dance floor
a company that pays its employees to write online comments in favour or against somebody or something posing as ordinary Internet users
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Free thesaurus definition of to be advantageous and yield benefits from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.