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weigh out

Definition of weigh out in English:

(Of a jockey) be weighed before a race.
Example sentences
  • Jockeys weigh out with the clerk of scales in order to earn their mount fees.
  • Jockeys started to weigh out in kilograms instead of stones and pounds.
  • If the new rules are passed, a jockey will be paid only when he is officially weighed out, and he will not be paid if he elects not to ride.
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