"weight" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

weight
[weɪt]
sustantivo
1. peso (m) (of person, object)
  • they're the same weight -> pesan lo mismo
  • to lose weight -> adelgazar, perder peso
  • to put on weight -> engordar, ganar peso
  • to have a weight problem -> tener un problema de peso
2. pesa (f) (for scales, of clock)
  • weights and measures -> pesos mpl y medidas
  • weight training -> gimnasia (f) con pesas
3. peso (m) carga (f) (load)
4. (idioms)
  • that's a weight off my mind -> me he quitado or sacado un peso de encima (Am)
  • to carry weight -> influir, tener peso
verbo transitivo
5. (bias)
  • the system is weighted in his favor -> el sistema se inclina a su favor

weight [ueit]
adjetivo
sustantivo
1. Peso, pesantez, la fuerza natural con que los cuerpos se mueven hacia abajo, procedente de la pesadez o gravedad.
2. Pesadez, gravedad, la calidad de todo cuerpo grave.
3. Pesa, trozo de metal de un peso dado, que se emplea para pesar.
4. Peso, la gravedad determinada de una cosa, y también el instrumento que sirve para examinarla; masa, masa pesada.
5. Peso, carga, gravamen.
6. Peso, entidad, sustancia, importancia.
7. Sistema graduado de pesa
sustantivo
  • Overweight -> sobrepeso
  • Gross weight -> peso bruto
  • Net o neat weight -> peso neto
  • Defect in weight -> desmedro
  • Make-weight -> añadidura
  • Stamped weight -> peso marcado, señalado o pasado por el contraste
  • Hundred-weight -> quintal
  • By-weight -> al peso
  • To make weight -> completar, hacer el peso
  • It is worth its weight in gold -> vale su peso en oro
  • Standard weight -> peso legal, peso normal o modelo
va. Cargar un peso o con un peso; atar un peso

weight [weɪt]
noun
1 (heaviness) peso (m)
sold by weight vendido a peso
to gain weight engordar; ganar peso
a package three kilos in weight un paquete que pesa tres kilos; un paquete de tres kilos
to lose weight adelgazar; perder peso
to put on weight engordar; ganar peso
the fence couldn't take his weight and collapsed la valla no aguantó su peso y se vino abajo
check that your floor can take the weight of a cast iron bath
to take the weight off one's feet sentarse a descansar
to chuck or throw one's weight about ir de sargento (informal)
to throw one's weight behind sb apoyar a algn con toda su fuerza
the government is throwing its weight behind the reforms el gobierno está apoyando con toda su fuerza las reformas
it is worth its weight in gold vale su peso en oro
that's a weight off my mind eso me quita un peso de encima
he doesn't pull his weight no hace su parte or lo que le corresponde
2 (in clock, for scales) pesa (f); peso (m)
unit of measure (heavy object)
weights and measures pesas (f) y medidas; the doctor has forbidden me to lift heavy weights el médico me ha prohibido levantar peso
3 (importance) peso (m)
these are arguments of some weight son argumentos de cierto peso; those arguments carry great weight with the minister esos argumentos influyen poderosamente en el ministro; those arguments carry no weight with the minister esos argumentos no influyen en el ministro; they won by sheer weight of numbers ganaron simplemente porque eran más; to give due weight to sth dar la debida importancia a algo
he failed to give due weight to their opinions The key to health from this perspective lies in giving due weight to all the different aspects of your life
to lend weight to sth darle más peso a algo
This appears to lend weight to her claim that she was in London at the time
verb:transitive
(add weight to) cargar; dar peso a; (hold down) sujetar con un peso;
modifier
weight gain (n) aumento (m) de peso
...side effects including weight gain and menstrual irregularities Because carbohydrate is the first thing to be used up when the body is called upon to do any exercise, it doesn't get the chance to remain in the body and cause weight gain
weight limit (n) límite (m) de peso
weight loss (n) pérdida (f) de peso
...the importance of a healthy balanced diet for weight loss Now it's not losing weight that produces cancer. It's having cancer that leads to weight loss
weight problem (n)
to have a weight problem tener problemas de peso
Gascoigne looks extremely fit and has no weight problem she has a weight problem heavy drinking can cause a serious weight problem he had been fighting a weight problem for 15 years
weight training (n) entrenamiento (m) con pesas
weight watcher (n) persona (f) que vigila el peso or cuida la línea

Verb Conjugations for "weight" (go to el peso)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I weight I weighted I will weight
you weight you weighted you will weight
he/she weights he/she weighted he/she will weight
we weight we weighted we will weight
you weight you weighted you will weight
they weight they weighted they will weight
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