the heaviness of sth, especially as measured by a certain system; amount that sth weighs
quality of being heavy; amount of force with which a body is drawn towards by gravity
unit or system of units by which weight is measured and expressed
piece of metals of a known heaviness, with scales for weighing things; heavy object
load to be supported or burden of responsibility or worry
importance, seriousness or influence
make sth heavier
"his opinion carries great weight"
"the progression implied an increasing weightiness of the items listed"
"bowed down by the weight of responsibility"
"he placed two weights in the scale pan"
"He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"
The proportions of acid and water were equal by weight.
出自： A. T. Thomson
The most conspicuous quality in which all bodies on earth shared was weight.
出自： A. Koestler
Their weighted and sorrowful life..succeeded with..joy.
出自： T. Boston
A House of Commons..not weighted with..the landed class.
出自： George Eliot
You walked slowly, weighted..by your immense fatigue.
出自： M. Sinclair
He was weighted down with her heavy bags.
He was weighted with troubles.
误 He weights 120 pounds.
正 He weighs 120 pounds.
正 His weight is 120 pounds.