Hi, Toaha—"There wasn't anything worth getting" means "There wasn't anything worth purchasing" or "There wasn't anything worth being purchased." It is different from "There wasn't anything worthwhile," which refers to something not being worthy of one's time rather than to it not being worthy of one's money.
David, can I use "worth getting" in any context instead of "worth purchasing"?
"Get" can be used synonymously with "purchase" but is slightly informal. "Get" will mean other things in other contexts, though. If you just picked up the mail and said, "There wasn't anything worth getting," "get" would mean "receive."
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