Definition of 'weighting'
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Sport teaches life skills and must get a higher weighting. The Sun (2012)The weighting they give things is for their own benefit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Other lenders give more weighting to the two highest salaries and some do not take all the salaries into account. The Sun (2007)That could provide fuel for further gains today, given the weighting of the country's largest listed telecoms company. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Write them all down, and give them a weighting of one to five, according to how important they are. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'weighting'
British English: weighting NOUN
A weighting is a value which is given to something according to how important or significant it is.
The tests and teacher assessments have equal weighting.
Definition of weighting from the Collins English Dictionary
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