A variable which multiplies a value for ease of statistical manipulation. (noun)
The smallest cardinality of a base. (noun)
The boldness of a font; the relative thickness of its strokes. (noun)
The relative thickness of a drawn rule or painted brushstroke, line weight. (noun)
The illusion of mass. (noun)
The thickness and opacity of paint. (noun)
To add weight to something, in order to make it heavier. (verb)
To load, burden or oppress someone. (verb)
To assign weights to individual statistics. (verb)
To bias something; to slant. (verb)
To handicap a horse with a specified weight. (verb)
Examples of word weight
In the context of floating bodies, weight is the Ëœweightâ„¢ of one body minus weight of the medium.
This weight in grams is called the _gram-molecular weight_ of a gas.
If we weigh a stone first in the air, as usual, and then in water (where it weighs less), and then subtract the weight in water from the weight in air we will have the _loss of weight in water_, and this equals the _weight of an equal volume of water_, which is precisely what we got by our bottle method.
Their weight acts simply as the _weight_ of a kite acts, and no otherwise.
System. out.println (A person with weight "+weight+" lbs and height "+height+" inches has bmi =