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Origin of weigh-in
Words nearby weigh-in
Example sentences from the Web for weigh-in
And I refuse to weigh-in, as it were, on one side or the other.
British Dictionary definitions for weigh-in
verb (intr, adverb)
- (of a boxer or wrestler) to be weighed before a bout
- (of a jockey) to be weighed after, or sometimes before, a race
Idioms and Phrases with weigh-in
Be weighed; also, be of a particular weight. For example, Because it was such a small plane, the passengers and their luggage had to weigh in before takeoff, or The fish weighed in at 18 pounds. [Late 1800s]