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weigh-in

(wā′ĭn′)
n.
An official weighing of the participants in an athletic contest, such as in a boxing or wrestling match, in order to ensure that they weigh within the limits stipulated for the event.

weigh-in

Weighing of boxers before a fight to check that they are within the correct limits.
Translations

weigh-in

[ˈweɪɪn] Npesaje m

weigh-in

[ˈweɪˌɪn] n (Sport) → pesata
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