weigh in


weigh in

intransitive verb

Definition of WEIGH IN

:  to have oneself or one's possessions (as baggage) weighed; especially :  to have oneself weighed in connection with an athletic contest
:  to bring one's weight or influence to bear especially as a participant, contributor, or mediator <weighed in with an opinion>

Examples of WEIGH IN

  1. <self-appointed pundits immediately weighed in on the latest political scandal>

First Known Use of WEIGH IN



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