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  1. weight

    • IPA[wāt]

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    • n.
      a body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by it, giving rise to a downward force; the heaviness of a person or thing;the force exerted on the mass of a body by a gravitational field.
    • v.
      hold (something) down by placing a heavy object on top of it;make (something) heavier by attaching a heavy object to it, especially so as to make it stay in place
    • noun: weight, plural noun: weights

    • verb: weight, 3rd person present: weights, gerund or present participle: weighting, past tense: weighted, past participle: weighted

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by it, giving rise to a downward force; the heaviness of a person or thing:

      he was at least 175 pounds in weight

    • 2. the force exerted on the mass of a body by a gravitational field.
    • 3. the quality of being heavy:

      as he came upstairs the boards creaked under his weight

    • 4. a unit or system of units used for expressing how much an object or quantity of matter weighs.
    • 5. a piece of metal known to weigh a definite amount and used on scales to determine how heavy an object or quantity of a substance is.
    • 6. a heavy object, especially one being lifted or carried.
    • 7. a heavy object used to give an impulse or act as a counterweight in a mechanism.
    • 8. a heavy object propelled by a shot-putter.
    • 9. blocks or discs of metal or other heavy material used in weightlifting or weight training.
    • 10. the amount that a jockey is expected or required to weigh, or the amount that a horse can easily carry.
    • 11. the ability of someone or something to influence decisions or actions:

      a recommendation by the committee will carry great weight

    • 12. the importance attached to something:

      individuals differ in the weight they attach to various aspects of a job

    • 13. a factor associated with one of a set of numerical quantities, used to represent its importance relative to the other members of the set.
    • 14. the surface density of cloth, used as a measure of its quality.
    • v.
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    • 1. hold (something) down by placing a heavy object on top of it:

      a mug half filled with coffee weighted down a stack of papers

    • 2. make (something) heavier by attaching a heavy object to it, especially so as to make it stay in place:

      the jugs were covered with muslin veils weighted with colored beads

    • 3. attach importance or value to:

      speaking, reading, and writing should be weighted equally in the assessment

    • 4. be planned or arranged so as to put a specified person, group, or factor in a position of advantage or disadvantage:

      the balance of power is weighted in favor of the government

    • 5. multiply the components of (an average) by factors to take account of their importance.
    • 6. assign a handicap weight to (a horse).
    • 7. treat (a fabric) with a substance to make it seem thicker and heavier.
    • n. allowance or adjustment made in order to take account of special circumstances or compensate for a distorting factor:

    • each score is then multiplied by the appropriate weighting, giving a weighted score

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    • n. allowance or adjustment made in order to take account of special circumstances or compensate for a distorting factor.

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    • n. the weight of an inert person or thing:

    • he had to struggle while carrying forty-five pounds of deadweight on his back

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    • n. the weight of an inert person or thing:

    • the net was a dead weight on his shoulders

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    • n. each of a series of fixed weight ranges at which boxers are matched.

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    • n. the weight of a baby or young animal at birth:

    • he weighed in a healthy 4.25 kilograms, a gain of 450 grams on his birth weight

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    • n. a person who is concerned about their weight, especially one who diets.

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    • n. a belt to which weights are attached, designed to help divers stay submerged.

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    • n.
      a body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by it, giving rise to a downward force; the heaviness of a person or thing:
    • he was at least fifteen stone in weight

      she misjudged the weight of the book and dropped it

    • v.
      hold (something) down by placing a heavy object on top of it:
    • a mug half filled with coffee weighted down a stack of papers

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  2. 知識+

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