Definition of well spent in English:

well spent

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adjective

(Of money or time) usefully or profitably expended: time spent in taking stock is time well spent
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  • There have been questions of leadership, policy and campaign direction, raising the issue of whether or not our money was well-spent.
  • Without them, we have absolutely no idea whether the money is well-spent or not.
  • It is therefore absolutely one of the obligations of members of Parliament to make sure that every single cent of that money is well-spent, and that the people who must contribute do contribute.

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