Definition of weigh
- weighing her options
- evidence will weigh heavily against him
- guilt weighed on my mind
She weighs herself every morning.
He used a scale to weigh the bananas.
The bananas weigh more than the apples.
How much do you weigh?
You will need to weigh the pros and cons.
He took time to weigh his options.
Her previous experience weighs in her favor.
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chew over, cogitate, consider, contemplate, debate, deliberate, entertain, eye, kick around, meditate, mull (over), perpend, ponder, pore (over), question, revolve, ruminate, study, think (about or over), turn, wrestle (with);
beat one's brains out (about), chew on, cudgel one's brains (about), look at;
: to find how heavy (someone or something) is : to measure the weight of (someone or something)
: to have a specified weight
: to think carefully about (something) in order to form an opinion or make a decision
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