weigh on

VERB
  1. be oppressive or disheartening to
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How To Use weigh on In A Sentence

  • Don't let it weigh on your mind.
  • The finished aluminum coil may weigh only half as much as the equivalent copper wire coil.
  • The high costs of raw materials and grid energy continue to weigh on foreign producers.
  • He knows he is measured by results in majors, which is why the losses this year to Safin in Melbourne and Nadal in Paris weigh on him. USATODAY.com - Federer's game the grass standard
  • But a real oil spike and tighter policy could damp consumer spending and weigh on asset prices, generating medium-term disinflationary pressures. BOE Heads Reluctantly Toward Rate Increase
  • Less investment in innovation may weigh on future growth.
  • The young birds weigh only a few grams.
  • Didn't the nurse's accident weigh on her at all?
  • Meanwhile, high joblessness also is likely to weigh on consumer sentiment.
  • Fears over the weaker yuan and Chinese growth continued to weigh on sentiment. Times, Sunday Times
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