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The force on an object due to the gravitational attraction between it and the Earth (or whatever astronomical object it is primarily influenced by).
An object used to make something heavier.
1907 Alonso de Espinosa, Hakluyt Society & Sir Clements Robert Markham, ''The Guanches of Tenerife: the holy image of Our Lady of Candelaria, and the Spanish conquest and settlement,'' Printed for the Hakluyt Society, p116
- Another knight came to settle on the island, a man of much weight and position, on whom the Adelantados of all the island relied, and who was made a magistrate.
1945 Mikia Pezas, ''The price of liberty,'' I. Washburn, Inc., p11
- "You surely are a man of some weight around here," I said.
(synonym of) (qualifier)
A variable which multiplies a value for ease of statistical manipulation.
The smallest cardinality of a base.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)
Shipments of (often illegal) drugs.
2002, Nicholas Dorn, Karim Murji, Nigel South, ''Traffickers: Drug Markets and Law Enforcement'' (page 5)
1974, Martin R. Haskell, Lewis Yablonsky, ''Crime and Delinquency'' (page 96)
- No matter how much money he makes, he is still a soldier, but he has the weight.
To load (fabrics) with barite, etc. to increase the weight.
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To give a certain amount of force to a throw, kick, hit, etc.