- 2 (consider) [factors/arguments/evidence] sopesar I'd advise you to weigh your words carefully te aconsejaría que midas tus palabras to weigh sth
againststh comparar algo conalgo, contraponer* algo aalgo
- 3 [Naut] to weigh anchor levar anclas
weigh downv + o + adv, v + adv + o
- v + adv 1.1 [boxer/runner] they haven't weighed in yet aún no los han pesado the champion weighed in at 103kg el campeón pesó 103kg 1.2 (at airport) facturar el equipaje 1.3 (in discussion, conversation) intervenir*to weigh in
withsth she weighed in with harsh criticism of our methods intervino criticando duramente nuestros métodos 1.4 (help, support) arrimar el hombro to weigh in withsth [with money/grant] contribuir* conalgo several friends weighed in with offers of help varios amigos se ofrecieron a ayudar 1.1v + o + adv, v + adv + o [baggage] pesar, facturar
weigh onv + prep + o
weigh upv + o + adv, v + adv + o
weigh outv + o + adv, v + adv + o
- [ingredients/kilo] pesar
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