Phrasal Verb 'Weigh'

We have 7 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Weigh'.

Weigh down on

Meaning: Burden with responsibilities, duties, etc

Example: The requirements of her new job WEIGHED DOWN ON her.

Weigh in

Meaning: Have a certain weight (in sports like boxing)

Example: The champion WEIGHED IN at 120 kilos.

Weigh in

Meaning: Enter an argument forcefully

Example: He disliked the plan and WEIGHED IN with some heavy criticism.

Weigh in on

Meaning: Enter an argument or discussion to express a strongly felt idea

Example: She WEIGHED IN ON their immigration policies.

Weigh on

Meaning: Make someone consider carefully

Example: The issues raised WEIGHED ON her mind.

Weigh out

Meaning: Measure a certain amount of something by weight

Example: Could you WEIGH OUT 200 grammes of that for me?

Weigh up

Meaning: Assess

Example: They WEIGHED the pros and cons UP carefully before deciding.