Be heavier, greater, or more significant than: the advantages greatly outweigh the disadvantages
More example sentences
- They see the disadvantages of doing so outweighing its advantages.
- However, the NIH consensus panel notes that the benefits far outweigh the risks.
- In fact, the benefits far outweigh the risks and will lead to improved health care.
be heavier thanprevail over, have the edge on/over, preponderate over, override, tip/turn the scales/balance against, supersede, offset, cancel out, (more than) make up for, outbalance, overbalance, compensate for, redress