weigh in
intransitive verb Date: 1868 1. to have oneself or one's possessions (as baggage) weighed; especially to have oneself weighed in connection with an athletic contest 2. to bring one's weight or influence to bear especially as a participant, contributor, or mediator <
weighed in with an opinion
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  • weigh in — (of a boxer or jockey) be officially weighed before or after a contest. → weigh weigh in informal make a forceful contribution to a competition or argument. → weigh …   English new terms dictionary

  • weigh-in — n [C usually singular] a check on the weight of a ↑boxer or ↑jockey before a competition →weigh in(1) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • weigh-in — weigh ins N COUNT: usu sing When there is a weigh in on the day of a boxing match, each competitor is weighed to check their weight before the match …   English dictionary

  • weigh-in — [wā′in΄] n. an official weighing in of a boxer, wrestler, jockey, etc., as before a contest …   English World dictionary

  • weigh-in — weigh ,in noun count an occasion when someone who is taking part in a sport such as BOXING or HORSE RACING is officially weighed …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • weigh-in — ► NOUN ▪ an official weighing, e.g. of boxers before a fight …   English terms dictionary

  • weigh in — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms weigh in : present tense I/you/we/they weigh in he/she/it weighs in present participle weighing in past tense weighed in past participle weighed in 1) to have your weight checked before you take part in a… …   English dictionary

  • weigh in — {v.} 1a. To take the weight of; weigh. * /The man at the airport counter weighed in our bags and took our plane tickets./ * /A doctor weighed in the wrestlers./ 1b. To have yourself or something that you own weighed. Often used with at . * /I… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • weigh in — {v.} 1a. To take the weight of; weigh. * /The man at the airport counter weighed in our bags and took our plane tickets./ * /A doctor weighed in the wrestlers./ 1b. To have yourself or something that you own weighed. Often used with at . * /I… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • weigh\ in — v 1a. To take the weight of; weigh. The man at the airport counter weighed in our bags and took our plane tickets. A doctor weighed in the wrestlers. 1b. To have yourself or something that you own weighed. Often used with at . I weighed in at 100 …   Словарь американских идиом

  • weigh in — (Out) The certification, by the clerk of scales, of a rider s weight before (weigh out) and after (weigh in) a race. A jockey weighs in/out fully dressed with all equipment except for his/her helmet, whip and (in many jurisdictions) flak jacket.… …   Equestrian sports dictionary

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