Definición de lightweight en inglés:

lightweight

Saltos de línea: light|weight
Pronunciación: /ˈlʌɪtweɪt
 
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1 [mass noun] A weight in boxing and other sports intermediate between featherweight and welterweight. In the amateur boxing scale it ranges from 57 to 60 kg.
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  • Henry Armstrong held world titles at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight simultaneously and won 150 fights.
  • The merciless street-fighter known as the ‘fists of stone’ went on to win world titles at lightweight, welterweight and light middleweight.
  • The Worlds allow one entrant per division per country, while the World Games are one men's lightweight, middleweight and heavyweight per continent.
1.1 [count noun] A lightweight boxer or other competitor.
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  • Now I have some great, great fighters coming up, a couple of good middleweights, a couple lightweights, I have some terrific young ladies that are coming up in the amateurs.
  • He will be ready to test himself tomorrow against one of the best lightweights in the world.
  • With all that said, there's no feasible argument that can detract Floyd Mayweather as the undisputed champion of the lightweights.
2A person or thing that is lightly built or constructed.
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  • No matter how lightweight you may be, little girl, there's absolutely nothing this gust of wind could do to you other than knock you to the ground!
  • Their fleece socks range from lightweight, warm-weather styles to heavy-duty socks designed for really cold days in the field.
  • They would need to be lightweight too - the weight of that much steel cable would be immense.
2.1 informal A person of little importance or influence, especially in a particular sphere: he was regarded as a political lightweight
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  • Suggesting that Cameron was a political lightweight, Davis's allies insisted that their man ‘can actually put some meat on the bones’.
  • Despite his victory in South Carolina, presidential candidate George W Bush is still something of a political lightweight.
  • Despite his seemingly insurmountable hurdles, by most accounts he is considered a political lightweight.

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1Of thin material or build and weighing less than average: a lightweight grey suit
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  • A rescue team engineer said the toll in the explosion could have been lower if the factory had been built using modern, lightweight materials instead of concrete.
  • Affixed to the bottom of the bodice, directly on the hips, was a thin, lightweight piece of material that barely reached my knees.
  • The advances in these two technologies have enabled TV makers to build thin, lightweight TV screens with a large picture area.
Sinónimos
2Lacking seriousness, depth, or influence: the film was entertaining, if rather lightweight
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  • With this combination, the viewer can follow up the more serious film with the relatively lightweight one.
  • The result is a lightweight source of entertainment that maximizes humor and minimizes serious stuff.
  • In his low-key documentary, Blitz has succeeded in creating drama out of everyday life that is highly absorbing, despite it's lightweight subject matter.
Sinónimos
trivial, insubstantial, trifling, frothy, superficial, shallow, unintellectual, undemanding, frivolous, insignificant; of no account, unimportant, of no consequence, inconsequential, minor, paltry, petty, slight, negligible, immaterial, of no merit, of no value, valueless, worthless

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