Definition of Reweigh

1. Verb. To weigh again; to weigh something that has already been weighed. ¹



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Definition of Reweigh

1. weigh [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: weigh

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reweigh

rewaxed
rewaxes
rewaxing
rewe
rewear
rewearing
rewears
reweave
reweaved
reweaves
reweaving
rewed
rewedded
rewedding
reweds
reweigh (current term)
reweighed
reweighing
reweighs
reweight
reweighted
reweighting
reweights
reweld
rewelded
rewelding
rewelds
rewet
rewets
rewetted

Literary usage of Reweigh

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Scientific Work of Morris Loeb by Morris Loeb, Theodore William Richards (1913)
"When cold, disconnect and reweigh. With these data, calculate the ratio in which copper and oxygen combine. EXP. 20. Weigh a porcelain crucible without the ..."

2. Supplemental Digest of Decisions Under the Interstate Commerce Act by Herbert Confield Lust (1915)
"(c) Following rules should be adopted: reweigh every car within one year from date when it is put into service; reweigh after it undergoes substantial re ..."

3. Laboratory Manual of Dyeing and Textile Chemistry by Joseph Merritt Matthews (1909)
"Wash well in warm water, allow to dry (24) and reweigh. ... reweigh and calculate the percentage of loss, and also compare the general appearance and ..."

4. The Course of Study: A Monthly Publication for Teachers and Parents by Chicago Institute, Academic and Pedagogic (1900)
"(a) Place in sunshine for a day ; reweigh. Try the same experiment for a cloudy ... Weigh the soil, dry thoroughly, and reweigh. Why did the plant wither ? ..."

5. Laboratory Manual: Arranged to Accompany "A Course in General Chemistry" by William McPherson, William Edwards Henderson (1915)
"Transfer to the dish about 1 g. of sodium bicarbonate and reweigh. ... Then withdraw the heat, and after the dish is cool, reweigh. ..."

6. Laboratory Manual: Arranged to Accompany "A Course in General Chemistry" by William McPherson, William Edwards Henderson (1915)
"Transfer to the dish about 1 g. of sodium bicarbonate and reweigh. ... Then withdraw the heat, and after the dish is cool, reweigh. ..."

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