weight

weɪt

Перевод:

Noun: вес масса груз тяжесть
Verb: весить нагружать увеличивать вес отягощать
Adjective: весовой

Фразы:

to chuck one's weight about / around - держаться надменно

gain in weight - увеличение веса

to groan under / beneath / with the weight of oppression - сгибаться под гнётом

to handle silk to judge its weight - прикинуть шёлк на вес

increase in weight - прибавка в весе, привес

weight limit - ограничение веса

loss in weight - потеря в весе

to pack by weight - фасовать по весу

part by weight - доля по весу, весовая доля

percent by weight - весовой процент

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Примеры:

She's lost a lot of weight. - Она сильно похудела.

This is an argument of weight. - Это веский довод.

Her weight is 105 pounds. - Её вес составляет сто пять футов. (47,63 кг.)

You shouldn't worry about your weight. - О своём весе вам волноваться не стоит.

Sara's convinced she has a weight problem. - Сара убеждена, что у неё проблемы с лишним весом.

He took off weight every day. - Он сбавлял в весе каждый день.

The law weighted towards landlords. - Закон давал преимущество домовладельцам.

Fishing nets were weighted with lead. - К рыболовным сетям были прикреплены свинцовые грузила.

She kept the diet to lose some weight. - Она сидела на диете, чтобы похудеть.

Fruit and vegetables are sold by weight. - Фрукты и овощи продаются на вес.

My weight has come down again. - Я снова похудела.

Please take in this skirt — I've lost weight - Пожалуйста, ушейте эту юбку: я похудела.

She licked her weight problem. - Она справилась со своим избыточным весом.

Weight loss should be gradual. - Похудение должно быть постепенным.

Her face has fallen away since she lost weight. - Её лицо осунулось с тех пор, как она похудела.

I've been lifting weights since I was 18. - Я поднимаю тяжести с восемнадцати лет.

What weight can you carry? - Сколько ты можешь унести?

I'm hypersensitive about my weight. - Я очень болезненно воспринимаю свой вес. / Вес — моё больное место.

She keeps nagging me about my weight. - Она постоянно шпыняет меня по поводу веса.

She was self-conscious about her weight. - Она ужасно стеснялась своего веса.

The weight of the snow caved in the roof. - Из-за огромной массы снега крыша провалилась.

The strokes should come with greater weight. - Удары следует наносить с большей интенсивностью.

Stop obsessing about your weight. You look fine. - Не зацикливайся на своём весе. Ты прекрасно выглядишь.

The table collapsed under the weight of the food. - Стол ломился от еды.

Please indicate your height and weight on the form. - В анкете просьба указать свой рост и вес.

The weight of the evidence is against the defendant. - Совокупность улик свидетельствует против обвиняемого.

I weighted the fishing line with a lead sinker. - Я прикрепил на леску свинцовое грузило.

A lot of young girls are obsessed by their weight. - Многие девчонки зацикливаются на своём весе.

The weight of her boots made it hard for Sue to run. - Из-за тяжёлых ботинок Сью было трудно бежать.

The House of Commons is not weighted with nominees of the landed class. - Палата общин отнюдь не отягощена кандидатами от крупных землевладельцев.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you weight something down, you put something heavy on it or in it in order to prevent it from moving easily.

If you weight something down, you put something heavy on it or in it in order to prevent it from moving easily.

Связанные термины:

by weight: as determined by weighing

add weight: If someone or something gives weight to what a person says, thinks, or does, they emphasize its significance .

baby weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

body weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

bow weight: the poundage required to draw a bow to the full length of the arrow

curb weight: the weight of a motor car without occupants, luggage, etc

dead weight: A dead weight is a load which is surprisingly heavy and difficult to lift .

due weight: If someone or something gives weight to what a person says, thinks, or does, they emphasize its significance .

free weight: a weight used for weightlifting, as a dumbbell, whose motion is not constrained by external apparatus

goal weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

kerb weight: the weight of a motor car without occupants, luggage, etc

lead weight: a weight made of lead

net weight: the weight after deducting tare

sash weight: a weight used to counterbalance the weight of a sliding sash in a sash window and thus hold it in position at any height

shed weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

troy weight: a system of weights used for precious metals and gemstones, based on the grain, which is identical to the avoirdupois grain. 24 grains = 1 pennyweight ; 20 pennyweights = 1 ( troy ) ounce ; 12 ounces = 1 (troy) pound

weight belt: a belt worn to control a diver's buoyancy under water, on which slotted lead weights can be slipped according to the diver's body size and weight and having a quick-release buckle for emergency discarding

weight down: If you weight something down, you put something heavy on it or in it in order to prevent it from moving easily .

weight loss: weight lost by a person

weight room: any room equipped with weights, exercise machines, etc., as for athletes in a school

atomic weight: the weight of one atom of an element expressed in atomic mass units: it is the average weight of all the isotopes of the element

basis weight: the weight in pounds of a ream of paper of a basic size, usually 25 × 38 in. (63 × 96 cm) for book stock, 17 × 22 in. (43 × 55 cm) for writing stock, and 20 × 26 in. (50 × 66 cm) for cover stock

birth weight: the amount a baby weighs when first born

carry weight: to be respected and able to influence people

excess weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

extra weight: A person's or thing's weight is the fact that they are very heavy.

gross weight: total weight of an article inclusive of the weight of the container and packaging

ideal weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

reduce weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

regain weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

shift weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

target weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

throw weight: the maximum weight of supplementary mechanisms that can be lifted by the boost stages of a particular missile

weight limit: a limit on permitted weight

weight-train: to use weights to improve muscle performance

balance weight: a weight used in machines to counterbalance a part, as of a crankshaft

combined weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

healthy weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

maximum weight: The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons .

weight lifting: the athletic exercise or competitive sport of lifting barbells

weight problem: A problem is a situation that is unsatisfactory and causes difficulties for people.

weight training: Weight training is a kind of physical exercise in which people lift or push heavy weights with their arms and legs in order to strengthen their muscles.

weight watcher: a person who tries to lose weight, esp by dieting

a dead weight: something that makes change or progress extremely difficult

avoirdupois weight: a British and American system of weights based on a pound of 16 ounces

equivalent weight: the weight of an element or compound that will combine with or displace 8 grams of oxygen or 1.007 97 grams of hydrogen

molecular weight: the relative average weight of a molecule of a substance, expressed by a number equal to the sum of the atomic weights of all atoms in the molecule

weight for age: the poundage assigned to be borne by a horse in a race, based on the age of the horse

apothecaries' weight: a system of weights, formerly used in pharmacy, based on the Troy ounce, which contains 480 grains . 1 grain is equal to 0.065 gram

considerable weight: If someone or something gives weight to what a person says, thinks, or does, they emphasize its significance .

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Однокоренные слова:

weight down - тянуть вниз, отягощать, оттягивать

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