- 1Allowance or adjustment made in order to take account of special circumstances or compensate for a distorting factor.More example sentences
- He believed that through careful weighting, online surveys could be projected to the national population, and projected accurately.
- Two, European markets have a high weighting in telecom stocks - even higher than the U.S. market - and these stocks have taken it on the chin of late.
- The feedback system fails because it gives equal weighting to non-paying buyers and the unpaid sellers.
- 1.1An allocated proportion of something, especially an investment: the company continues to recommend a 35% weighting in bondsMore example sentences
- A different weighting of the portfolio would dramatically change the situation.
- Lately, he has been selling stocks as rates have backed up: His weighting is just 7% now.
- An appropriate strategy for investors might be to identify 10 or 15 of these quality names and invest in these stocks in equal weighting.
- 1.2Emphasis or priority: they will give due weighting to quality as well as priceMore example sentences
- It depends on their relative weighting of the value of order, justice, liberty, and equality in different conditions.
- While part of this is due to the weighting against small projects, it is also due to our low overall level of spending.
- Above all, the report must put a heavy weighting on social education while reaffirming the importance of so-called ‘academic education’.
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