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Turkish translation of “weight”

weight

noun
 
 
/weɪt/
AMOUNT [U] B1 how heavy someone or something is
ağırlık
He's about average height and weight.Area, mass, weight and volume in general
lose weight If someone loses weight, they become lighter and thinner.
kilo vermek
I need to lose a bit of weight.Diets and dieting
put on/gain weight If someone puts on weight or gains weight, they become heavier and fatter.
kilo almak, şişmanlamak
Diets and dietingIncreasing and intensifying
HEAVINESS [U, no plural] B2 the quality of being heavy
ağırlık
The shelf collapsed under the weight of the books.Area, mass, weight and volume in general
OBJECT [C] B2 something that is heavy
yük, ağır şey
You're not supposed to lift heavy weights after an operation.Thick, dense and heavyArea, mass, weight and volume in general
→ See also paper weight, carry weight, pull your weight, throw your weight around, a weight off your mind
(Definition of weight from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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