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weigh in

phrasal verb with weigh uk   /weɪ/  us   /weɪ/ verb
  • (DISCUSSION)

informal to ​becomeinvolved in an ​argument or ​discussion in a ​forceful way: Several ​leadingarchitectsweighed in withcriticismsregarding the ​design of the new ​museum.
(Definition of weigh in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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weigh in

phrasal verb with weigh  us   /weɪ/ verb
  • (GIVE OPINION)

to give an ​opinion or ​enter a ​discussion or ​argument: The ​senator weighed in with a ​blisteringattack on ​welfarecheats.

weigh in

phrasal verb with weigh  us   /weɪ/ verb
  • (MEASURE)

to ​measure how ​heavy someone is, esp. before a ​competition: The ​boxers both weighed in at 162 ​pounds.
(Definition of weigh in from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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