weigh

listen to the pronunciation of weigh
Englisch - Türkisch
tartmak

Seçeneklerimi tartmak zorundayım. - I have to weigh my options.

Akıllı bir okuyucu, anonim kaynaklar dahil, okudukları her şeyi tartmak için istekli olmalıdır. - An astute reader should be willing to weigh everything they read, including anonymous sources.

{f} tartmak: Please weigh these pears. Bu armutları tartar mısınız?
{f} gelmek (ağırlık)
{f} düşünüp taşınmak

Avantajları ve dezavantajları düşünüp taşınmak zorundayız. - We have to weigh the pros and cons.

tartıya vurmak
(Havacılık) ağırlığı olmak
(Askeri) kaldırmak

Hobim ağırlık kaldırmak. - My hobby is weight lifting.

Sınavlarınız olduğu zaman, ağırlık kaldırmak gerçekten stresi azaltır, ve bu zihniniz ve bedeniniz için de iyidir. - When you're about to have exams, lifting weights really does relieve stress, and it's also good for your mind and body.

ağır olmak
belirli bir ağırlıkta olmak
(Askeri) tartı

Banyo tartısında kendimi tarttım. - I weighed myself on the bathroom scales.

Satıcı bakır ölçeklerde peynir tartıyor. - The seller weighs the cheese on the copper scales.

gelmek

O, 80 kilodan daha fazla gelmektedir. - She weighs more than 80 kg.

{i} tartma

Onların çantalarını tartmadım. - I didn't weigh their bags.

Akıllı bir okuyucu, anonim kaynaklar dahil, okudukları her şeyi tartmak için istekli olmalıdır. - An astute reader should be willing to weigh everything they read, including anonymous sources.

{f} tart

Kanadalı yetkililer, her insanın malzemelerini tarttı. - Canadian officials weighed the supplies of each man.

Mary onu elinde tarttı. - Mary weighed it in her hand.

çekmek
ağırlığında olmak
{i} ağırlık

Çok fazla ağırlık kaldırırken kolunu incitti. - He hurt his arm lifting so much weight.

Tom, yerel bir spor salonunda ağırlık antrenmanı yaptı. - Tom did weight training at a local gym.

{f} gelmek (kilo)
tart(mak)
ölçünmek
weigh down yüklemek
yük altına koymak
omuzlarını çökertmek
{f} yük olmak
{f} (up) iyice tartmak/düşünmek, ölçüp biçmek, teraziye vurmak. 3
weigh anchor demir almak
{f} basmak
(Tekstil) 1. tartmak 2. çekmek, gelmek
{f} bastırmak
bel vermek
vira etmek
{f} önemi olmak
{f} sıkıştırmak
keder
ağırlık koyup bastırmak
aklında tartmak
duşünmek
{f} ölçüp tartmak
{i} yol

Zayıflamak için en iyi yolun ne olduğunu düşünüyorsun? - What do you think the best way to lose weight is?

Kilo vermenin en iyi yolu uygun şekilde yemek yemek ve çok egzersiz yapmak. - The best way to lose weight is to eat properly and get a lot of exercise.

ağırlığında

Tom yaklaşık 300 pound ağırlığında. - Tom weighs around 300 pounds.

George az 70 kilogram ağırlığındadır. - George weighs not less than 70 kilograms.

tetkik etmek
(Havacılık) ağırlığını ölçmek
(Askeri) hareket
weigh anchor
{f} demir almak
weighing
{i} tartma
weigh against
aleyhine olmak
weigh against somebody
karşı olmak
weigh on
içine dert olmak
weigh on
düşündürmek
weigh one's words
lafını bilmek
weigh oneself
tartılmak
weigh up
ölçüp biçmek
weigh down
yükle
weigh out
tart
weigh a ton
kurşun gibi ağır olmak
weigh hopper
tartım hunisi
weigh in
(cokey) yarış sonunda tartılmak
weigh in
önce tartılmak

Boksörler bir maçtan önce tartılmak zorundalar. - Boxers have to weigh in before a fight.

weigh in
(uçağa binmeden önce) (bagajı) tarttırmak
weigh in at
(tartıldığında) (belirli bir ağırlıkta) olmak
weigh in s.o.´s/s.t.´s favor
birinin/bir şeyin lehine olmak
weigh on
1. -in içine dert olmak. 2. -e ağır gelmek, -e yük olmak
weigh one thing against another
(karar vermeye çalışırken) bir şeyi başka bir şeyle karşılaştırmak
weigh so.'s words
tartmak öyle. sözleri
weigh upon
yük olmak
weigh with
tartın
weigh-in motion
tartmak-hareket
weigh against
-in aleyhine olmak
weigh against smb
karşı olmak
weigh against smb
aleyhinde konuşmak
weigh anchor
{f} vira etmek
weigh down
{f} bunaltmak
weigh down
{f} daha ağır gelmek
weigh down
{f} bastırmak
weigh down
{f} ağırlık yapmak
weigh down
ağırlık yüklemek
weigh down
{f} ezmek
weigh down
(deyim) weigh someone down bunaltmak,kederlendirmek
weigh down
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- -den daha ağır gelmek 2- ağır basıp aşağıya doğru eğmek
weigh house
tartıevi
weigh house
kantar binası
weigh in
yüklemeden önce tartılmak (bagaj)
weigh in
yarıştan önce tartmak
weigh in
maçtan önce tartmak
weigh in
ilgilenmek
weigh in
maçtan önce tartılmak

Boksörler bir maçtan önce tartılmak zorundalar. - Boxers have to weigh in before a fight.

weigh in
meşgul olmak
weigh in at
(tartıldığında) (belirli bir ağırlıkta) olmak. weigh in s.o.'s/s.t.'s birinin/bir şeyin lehine olmak
weigh in with
tartışmaya katılmak
weigh in with
katılmak (görüşe)
weigh in with
ileri sürmek
weigh method
ağırlık yöntemi
weigh note
(Ticaret) tartı cetveli
weigh on
-in içine dert olmak
weigh on
yük olmak
weigh on
-e ağır gelmek, -e yük olmak. weigh one thing against (karar vermeye çalışırken) bir şeyi başka bir şeyle karşılaştırmak
weigh on someone's mind
birinin kafasını kurcalamak
weigh one's words
sözlerini tartarak konuşmak
weigh out
(cokey)
weigh out
tartılmak
weigh out
(paketlemek/satmak üzere) (bir şeyden belirli bir miktar) tartmak: Weigh me out two kilos of apples. Bana iki kilo elma ver
weigh out
tartmak
weigh the anchor
(Askeri) demir almak
weigh up
(deyim) weigh someone up anlamak,fikir edinmek. weigh sth. up karar vermeden iyice düşünüp taşınmak,lehte aleyhte noktaları değerlendirmek
weigh#down
yükle
weighing
ağırlığında

Dosya 7 megabayt ağırlığındadır. - The file is weighing 7 megabytes.

how much do you weigh
kaç kilosun
weigh on
üzmek
weighed
tartışılmış
weighed
tartılmak
weighed
ölçülmüş
weigher
(Ticaret) tartan
weighing
(Tıp) tartım
weighing
{f} tart

Kız kardeşim her zaman kendini tartıyor. - My sister is always weighing herself.

Japon mali otoriteleri ekonomik yönetimlerinde ulusal güveni yenilemek için önlemleri tartıyorlar. - The Japanese fiscal authorities are weighing measures to restore public confidence in their economic management.

This won´t weigh very heavily with her
Onun gözünde pek önemli bir şey değil bu
down weigh
bunaltmak
weighing
tartarak
This won't weigh very
Onun gözünde pek önemli bir şey değil bu
does this weigh too much
bu çok mu ağır
get under weigh
yola çıkmak (gemi)
get under weigh
hareket etmek (gemi)
minimum weigh
minimum ağırlık
please weigh me 300 grams
300 gram tartın lütfen
under weigh
hareket halinde, yolda
weigh in
yüklemeden önce tartılmak
weigher
{i} kantarcı
weigher
{i} tartı
weigher
{i} kantar
weigher
{i} tartıcı
weighing
{i} tartı

Kız kardeşim her zaman kendini tartıyor. - My sister is always weighing herself.

Japon mali otoriteleri ekonomik yönetimlerinde ulusal güveni yenilemek için önlemleri tartıyorlar. - The Japanese fiscal authorities are weighing measures to restore public confidence in their economic management.

weighing
tartma
will you weigh this parcel, please
bu koliyi tartar mısınız
Englisch - Englisch
To weigh anchor

Towards the evening we wayed, and approaching the shoare , we landed where there lay a many of baskets and much bloud, but saw not a Salvage.

To determine the intrinsic value or merit of an object, to evaluate

You have been weighed in the balance and found wanting.

Often with "out", to measure a certain amount of something by its weight, e.g. for sale

He weighed out two kilos of oranges for a client.

To determine the weight of an object
To raise an anchor free of the seabed
To have a certain weight

I weigh ten and a half stone.

To consider a subject

For anyone can weigh in with the quick objection that it is impossible for what is many to be one.

{n} a weight, measure, way, passage
{v} to try the weight, consider, examin, judge, heave up
Occurs before and after dialysis to determine the desired weight loss during weight loss, and to assess the patient's ideal weight based upon the undergone dialysis
to be oppressive or burdensome; "weigh heavily on the mind", "Something pressed on his mind"
To bear up; to raise; to lift into the air; to swing up; as, to weigh anchor
A corruption of Way, used only in the phrase under weigh
have a certain weight
have weight; have import, carry weight; "It does not matter much"
To bear heavily; to press hard
To lift the anchor off the bottom
determine the weight of; "The butcher weighed the chicken"
to be oppressive or burdensome; "weigh heavily on the mind", "Something pressed on his mind" determine the weight of; "The butcher weighed the chicken" have a certain weight
To judge; to estimate
If you weigh the facts about a situation, you consider them very carefully before you make a decision, especially by comparing the various facts involved. He is weighing the possibility of filing criminal charges against the doctor She spoke very slowly, weighing what she would say. = consider Weigh up means the same as weigh. The company will be able to weigh up the environmental pros and cons of each site You have to weigh up whether a human life is more important than an animal's life. Way. Used in the phrase under weigh
A certain quantity estimated by weight; an English measure of weight
To examine by the balance; to ascertain the weight of, that is, the force with which a thing tends to the center of the earth; to determine the heaviness, or quantity of matter of; as, to weigh sugar; to weigh gold
show consideration for; take into account; "You must consider her age"; "The judge considered the offender's youth and was lenient"
To examine or test as if by the balance; to ponder in the mind; to consider or examine for the purpose of forming an opinion or coming to a conclusion; to estimate deliberately and maturely; to balance
To have weight; to be heavy
To be equivalent to in weight; to counterbalance; to have the heaviness of
If someone or something weighs a particular amount, this amount is how heavy they are. It weighs nearly 27 kilos
If you weigh something or someone, you measure how heavy they are. The scales can be used to weigh other items such as parcels
To consider as worthy of notice; to regard
measure the heaviness of, as in: It's a good idea to use the same scale each time you weigh yourself
To be considered as important; to have weight in the intellectual balance
to haul up
To pay, allot, take, or give by weight
{f} measure the heaviness of (an object, proposition, etc.); consider; be of a particular heaviness; burden; be significant in influencing a decision; lift an anchor
weigh anchor
to raise the anchor from the seabed prior to getting under way
weigh down
To act as a ballast for

We used some sandbags to weigh down the balloon.

weigh down
To be too much for someone to cope with

All the news of murder and famine is weighing me down.

weigh in
To undergo a weigh-in

His trailer weighed in lighter than it should have. He might have a leak.

weigh in
To bring in one's weight, metaphorically speaking, to bear on an issue; frequently construed with on or with

Having more or less approved Drexel now weighed in with what seemed a halfhearted endorsement of Strauss's stance.

weigh in
To subject to a weigh-in

They weighed every third truck in to check for overweight violations.

weigh in
To weigh

He weighs in at upwards of 250 pounds.

weigh station
A place on the highway where trucks stop to get weighed
weigh-in
The process of determining a competitor's body weight prior to an event, especially to ensure it is within the weight restrictions

Gov. Mike Beebe said the school weigh-ins and report cards had a lot of negative, unintended consequences and hurt some children's self-esteem.

weigh anchor
heave up an anchor in preparation for sailing
weigh anchor
{f} lift an anchor in getting ready for sailing
weigh down
If something that you are wearing or carrying weighs you down, it stops you moving easily by making you heavier. He took off his shoes. If they had to swim, he didn't want anything weighing him down These nests increase in size each year, and can eventually weigh down the branch
weigh down
{f} burden; oppress a person; exert force with heavy weight, press down
weigh down
exert a force with a heavy weight; "The snow bore down on the roof"
weigh down
be oppressive or disheartening to
weigh in
have a passenger's luggage weighed (at an airport for example); make a strong powerful statement in a discussion (Slang)
weigh on
be oppressive or disheartening to
weigh pros and cons
consider the positive and negative aspects
weigh up
If you weigh someone up, you try and find out what they are like and form an opinion of them, especially when you are suspicious of them. My recruiting sergeant weighed me up when I first walked into his office. = size up
weigh up
see weigh 3
weigh upon one's conscience
cause someone remorse, cause someone to feel regret
weigh words
consider the words, plan one's words
weigh-in
When there is a weigh-in on the day of a boxing match, each competitor is weighed to check their weight before the match. a check on the weight of a boxer or jockey before a competition weigh in(1)
weighed
Simple past tense and past participle of weigh
weighing
that burdens
weighing
action of the verb to weigh
weighing
Present participle of weigh
weighed
{a} examined by weight, considered
To weigh
wey
To weigh
ponder
weighed
past of weigh
weigher
{i} one who weighs
weigher
an official who weighs and records the weight
weigher
One who weighs; specifically, an officer whose duty it is to weigh commodities
weighing
from Weigh, v
weighing
that weighs
weighing
{i} determining weight
weighing
careful consideration; "a little deliberation would have deterred them"
weighs
third-person singular of weigh
weigh
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