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lightweight

adjective uk   /ˈlaɪt.weɪt/ us  

lightweight adjective (NOT HEAVY)

weighing only a little or less than average: I need a lightweight jacket for the summer evenings.

lightweight adjective (NOT SERIOUS)

disapproving not showing deep understanding or knowledge of any subject: She's the author of some fairly lightweight historical novels.

lightweight

noun [C] uk   /ˈlaɪt.weɪt/ us  

lightweight noun [C] (SPORTS PERSON)

in some sports, including boxing, a person whose weight is between featherweight and welterweight
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lightweight noun [C] (NOT SERIOUS)

disapproving a person whose work in a particular area of activity does not show a deep understanding or knowledge of that subject: In certain circles he has been dismissed as a literary lightweight.
Traducciones de “lightweight”
en chino (tradicionál) 不重的, 較輕的,輕量的…
en ruso легкий…
en turco hafif, ince…
en chino (simplificado) 不重的, 较轻的,轻量的…
en polaco lekki…
(Definition of lightweight from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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