n. (context weightlifting English) Any collection of weighted objects, such as dumbbells or barbells, used for exercise and training the muscles. vb. (en-third-person singular of: weight)
Weights (graph theory)
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Usage examples of "weights".
The weights run 50, 20, 10, 10, 5, 2, 1, 1 and 1 grams, and are formed of brass.
It is not advisable to mix the two systems, as by using gram weights and grain-measures.
On the other hand, in a laboratory where many kinds of work are performed, different sets of weights of this kind would only tend to confusion, even if they were not unnecessary.
Having determined the ash, place in the balance-drawer three of the filter-papers pinned together, with the weights marked on them in the way shown in fig.
The weights must never be touched with the fingers, and the forceps for moving them is used for no other purpose.
Remember that the first four platinum weights give the figures of the first place of decimals, the second four give the second place, and that the third and fourth places are given by the rider.
The weights of the two buttons are proportional to the cubes of their diameters.
The weights of the two portions must be known, and care must be taken that nothing is lost in the powdering.
For the sake of simplicity the results of the experiments are stated in weights of nickel in grams.
On weighing, it gives the combined weights of organic and insoluble matter.
They are prepared by alloying known weights of gold and lead, so as to get an alloy of known composition, say one per cent.
It can bowl over trees, shove boulders from its path, fly through the sky, lift great weights in its arms.
This large blue square is another gate, one capable of transferring heavy weights and many people at once.
Next he took gold weights cast in the image of demons from the strongbox and set three of them against the plaque.
Sharina noticed that as the bird spoke, his short fingers manipulated the chained weights in his right palm.