A corruption of Way, used only in the phrase under weigh.
- To determine the weight of by or as if by using a scale or balance.
- To measure or apportion (a certain quantity) by or as if by weight. Often used with out: weighed out a pound of cheese.
- To balance in the mind in order to make a choice; ponder or evaluate: weighed the alternatives and decided to stay.
- To choose carefully or deliberately: weigh one's words.
- Nautical To raise (anchor).
- To be of a specific weight.
- To have consequence or importance: The decision weighed heavily against us. See Synonyms at count1.
- To cause to bend heavily by or as if by added weight. Used with on or upon: a coating of ice that weighed upon the slender branches.
- To burden or oppress: was weighed with the onerous task of laying off the staff.
- Nautical To raise anchor.
- weigh down To cause to bend down with added weight: vines that were weighed down with grapes.
- weigh down To burden or oppress: The responsibilities of the new job weighed him down.
- weigh in Sports To be weighed at a weigh-in.
- weigh in To have one's baggage weighed, as at an airport.
- weigh in Slang To make a forceful statement in a discussion: She weighed in with some pertinent facts.
- Nautical Way. Used in the phrase under weigh.
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പൊന്തിക്കുക - Ponthikkuka ;വിലമതിക്കുക - Vilamathikkuka ;നങ്കൂരമിടുക - Nankooramiduka ;ഞെരുക്കുക - Njerukkuka ;ഉയർത്തുക - Uyarththuka | Uyarthuka ;വലിച്ചുകഴറ്റുക - Valichukazhattuka ;