Definition of weigh-in in English:

weigh-in

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noun

  • An official or regular weighing of something or someone, for example of boxers before a fight.
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    • The day before the fight was the weigh-in he signed another boxing contract without my knowledge.
    • How do you feel about the big weight gains some fighters make between weigh-ins and fight time?
    • The film shows Ali acting up at the weigh-in for the Liston fight.

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