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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (mathematics)
a. ponderado
The weighted average of the exams from all three biology sections was only 68.La media ponderada de los exámenes de las tres clases de biología era solo 68.
2. (equipped with a weight)
a. con peso
These weighted boots help divers to sink more quickly.Estas botas con peso ayudan a los buzos a hundirse más rápidamente.
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weighted [weɪtɪd]
[+clothing, object] con peso
weighted diving belt the law is weighted in favour of landlords Bowling has become hard because the rules are now heavily weighted in the batsmen's favour ...regulations heavily weighted towards the consumer They say the peace process is so heavily weighted against them that it will never achieve results The public perceives the criminal justice system to be weighted against those who are poor
weighted average media (f) ponderada; weighted index índice (m) compensado; to be weighted in favour of sb favorecer a algn; to be weighted against sb perjudicar a algn
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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