Definition of weigh in in English:

weigh in

1(Of a boxer or jockey) be officially weighed before or after a contest: Mason weighed in at 17st 10 lb
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  • No objection was lodged before the jockeys weighed in.
  • Tann weighed in for the bout at 230 pounds while Gavern tipped the scales at 223 pounds.
  • For example, I only weigh about 200 lb when I weigh in with my clothes on.
2 informal Make a forceful contribution to a competition or argument: the dispute turned nastier when Steward weighed in the paper’s editor weighed in with criticism of the president
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  • Politicians and officials weighed in to say the government should act.
  • In your capacity as an elections official, I appeal to you to weigh in on the side of democratic principles.
  • The Washington Post, official voice of the Democratic Party, weighs in on Social Security, in an article titled ‘Poorest Face Most Risk on Social Security’.
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