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Adjective
Done with full awareness of the likely consequences
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“In most cases, however, editors tend to stand by the initial, carefully weighed decision.”
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(of a quantity) Having been measured or quantified (with precision)
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To have formulated in one's mind
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“How is the court to weigh and balance all these claims?”
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To have decided on
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To have ruminated or mulled over
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Past tense for to find out how heavy (someone or something) is, typically using scales
“Scales to weigh the bags were part of the mills' equipment.”
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Past tense for to be influential
“Clearly, the principle of freedom doesn't weigh heavily in his decision making.”
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Past tense for have a specified weight
“I lost 70 pounds over the next two years, and I now weigh a healthy 125 pounds.”
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Preyed on your mind
“The destructive family situation weighed heavily on him.”
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Past tense for to estimate, measure, or note the similarity or dissimilarity between
“What you have to do is weigh the costs against the benefits.”
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Past tense for to think over something carefully
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Past tense for to ponder or mull over
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Past tense for to measure or appraise the value, amount, level or quality of something
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Past tense for to examine something with great care
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Past tense for to fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
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(tell on) Past tense for to impact or take its toll on
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Past tense for to work diligently by artificial light
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Past tense for to hold or write a review of
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Past tense for to bias or distort in a particular direction
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Past tense for to give force or effect toward
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Past tense for to pause in indecision before doing something
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(experiment with or on) Past tense for to perform an experimental procedure, especially for scientific purposes
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Past tense for to oppress with severe or excessive burdens
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Past tense for attack, terrorize
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Past tense for to cause to become tired, weary or fatigued
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Past tense for to represent or deal with in a particular way, in writing or speaking
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