weigh


weigh
1. II
1) weigh at some time when did you weigh last? когда вы в последний раз взвешивались?
2) weigh a certain amount how much (how heavy) does it weigh? сколько это весит?
2. III
1) weigh smb. , smth. weigh a new-born child (sugar, potatoes, grain, fruit, goods, luggage, gases, etc.) взвешивать новорожденного и т.д.; weigh oneself взвешиваться; do you often weigh yourself? вы часто проверяете свой вес?
2) weigh a certain amount weigh a ton (10 Ilb. one hundred grams, etc.) весить тонну и т.д., быть весом в тонну и т.д.; weigh nothing ничего не весить
3) weigh smth. weigh one's words (the facts, the matter, the advantages and disadvantages, all pros and cons, the consequences, the merits of the offer, etc.) взвешивать /обдумывать, оценивать/ свои слова и т.д.
3. IV
1) weigh smb., smth. in some manner weigh smb., smth. correctly (carefully, etc.) правильно и т.д. взвешивать кого-л., что-л.
2) weigh smth. in some manner weigh smth. patiently (gravely, reflectively, etc.) спокойно /терпеливо/ и т.д. обдумывать /оценивать/ что-л.
4. XI
1) be weighed at some time the goods (his suitcases, etc.) were carefully weighed at the time of shipment при отправке товары и т.д. были тщательно взвешены
2) be weighed in some manner be carefully (duly) weighed получить точную (соответствующую)оценку; this point deserves to be carefully weighed этот вопрос стоит тщательно обдумать
5. XV
weigh little (heavy, light, more, less, etc.) мало и т.д. весить
6. XVI
1) weigh above (under) smth. weigh above (under) 20 pounds весить белее (меньше) двадцати фунтов
2) weigh with smb. selfish interests don't weigh with him at all он не придает никакого значения личным интересам; what weighs with me most is his word для меня важнее всего его слово; weigh for (in favour of, against) smb. the circumstances will weigh heavily against him обстоятельства будут далеко не в его пользу; his personal appearance will weigh greatly in his favour /for him/ (against him) его личное присутствие сыграет положительную (отрицательную) роль; weigh in smth. personal considerations ought not to weigh at all in the matter личные соображения не должны иметь какого-л. значения в данном вопросе
3) weigh (up)on smb., smth. the responsibility of his job (this crime, the mistake, the thought, the debt, the problem, etc.) weighs on him /on his mind/ ответственная должность и т.д. тяготит /угнетает/ его; the silence began to weigh on us молчание начало угнетающе, действовать /давить/ на нас; the crime weighed upon his conscience преступление лежало тяжким бременем на его совести
7. XXI1
1) weigh smth. for smb. weigh this package (this parcel, this book, etc.) for me взвесьте мне этот пакет и т.д.; weigh smth., smb. on smth. weigh the parcel on the scale взвесить пакет на весах; he weighed himself on the scale он взвесился на весах; weigh smb., smth. at some place I weighed myself at the doctor's я взвешивался у доктора; they weighed my bags at the Customs мои вещи взвесили на таможне
2) weigh smth. against smth. weigh one plan (one thing, a proposal, an argument, etc.) against another сопоставить один план и т.д. с другим [и решить, какой лучше]
3) weigh smth. with smb. these arguments (these reasons, these points, etc.) weigh much with me я придаю большое значение этим доводам и т.д.; this evidence will weigh very little with the judges эти [свидетельские] показания для судей будут значить очень мало /не будут иметь особого значения для судей/
8. XXII
weigh smth. before doing smth. weigh his words before answering (all the facts before making a decision, his motives before accepting, their proposal before speaking, etc.) взвесить /оценить, обдумать/ его слова, прежде чем ответить и т.д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • weigh — weigh1 [wā] vt. [ME weien, to weigh, bear < OE wegan, to carry, bear, akin to Ger weigan, wägen < IE base * weĝh , to go, draw > OE wæg, a wave, L vehere, to carry, bring] 1. to determine the weight of by means of a scale or balance 2.… …   English World dictionary

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  • weigh — UK US /weɪ/ verb [T] ► to have a particular weight: »The portable calculator weighs 2 ounces. ► to measure the weight of something: »Your luggage must be weighed before it is put onto the aircraft. ► to carefully consider something, especially by …   Financial and business terms

  • weigh in — (of a boxer or jockey) be officially weighed before or after a contest. → weigh weigh in informal make a forceful contribution to a competition or argument. → weigh …   English new terms dictionary



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