Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Weight"

The meaning of "Weight" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I keep losing my weight, but it keeps finding me! mean?
A: It means you have a hard time getting thinner. It’s a joke about how you usually want to find things you lose, except for when you lose weight.
Q: What does I'm pulling my weight. I deserve a raise mean?
A: It means “I’m doing my job, I deserve higher pay”
Q: What does to weight down mean?
A:
The snow collected in the tree was weighing down its branches, and they were almost touching the ground.
The backpack is weighing me down, so I can't run fast.
The new cargo weighed the plane down so much that it became unsafe to take off.
Q: What does Take the weight away until I find my feet mean?
A: I think it's "take this burden away until I become more stable"
Q: What does do my weights mean?
A: "Weights" used like this is usually exercising with weights.

Example sentences using "Weight"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "I don't do weight training on weekends because my muscles need to rest to grow."

Is this sentence natural??.
A: Yes , it’s sound natural ! Another expression can be , “I don’t do workouts on weekends , my muscles need rest to grow.”.
Q: Please show me example sentences with dramatic weight gain.
A: He's had a dramatic weight gain since the last time I saw him
Q: Please show me example sentences with weight down.
A: For the meaning of being worried/sad
All my troubles are weighing me down
Those words have weighed me down
That tragedy is weighing me down

In the literal sense of heaviness
My heavy backpack is weighing me down
All of these books are weighing me down
Q: Please show me example sentences with Put a weight on.
A: After my Turkey meal I must have put on weight!
Q: Please show me example sentences with "a weight off your shoulders".
A: Finishing that exam must be a big weight off your shoulders.

Synonyms of "Weight" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I worry about gaining weight. and I am afraid of gaining weight. ?
A: same meaning, here are more options:

I'm concerned about...
I'm afraid about....
I'm worried about...
I'm frightened I'll gain weight.
I'm scaried I'll gain weight.
I'm anxious about gaining weight.
Q: What is the difference between #1 You must eat less not to gain weight. and #2 You must eat less in order to not gain weight. ?
A: #1 sounds odd / is wrong. If 1 was changed to “You must eat less as to not gain weight” then 1 & 2 would be functionally the same.

Edit: also #2 should probably be “You must eat less, in order to not gain weight.” Some kind if punctuation is needed, but there are several options.
Q: What is the difference between lose weight and lose one's weight ?
A: To lose weight is more natural and used more often.

I want to lose weight
I see you lost weight
You look like you are losing weight

To lose ones weight is usually compared to an equivalent or something heavy like

He lost his weight in gold
I want to lose my weight in lead

It’s not common to use lose one’s weight

Q: What is the difference between what I’m trying to is to lose weight and what I’m trying to do is to lose weight ?
A: 2 is correct.
Q: What is the difference between You've gained weight. and You gain weight. ?
A: If I said "You've gained weight" to someone, it means they look bigger to me, it looks like they have gained weight.

If I say "You gain weight?" to someone, that could mean a couple different things. I could be asking an honest, innocent question, have you gained any weight? Or that person could look a little bigger to me, and so I am asking them if they have gained any weight.

Translations of "Weight"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私は約2ヶ月で10キロ痩せた( I lost my weight 10 kg about a couple of month.)自然ですか?
A: I lost 10 kg in about a couple of months.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? She looks young because she have lost some weight.
Is this sentence natural?
A: young is not wrong. but it seems like you try to say that she looks younger because she has lost weight.
you can say, she looks young because she's skinny..
but you can say young as well..
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If the weight of my ring is 50 grams, is there a more correct way to say that in American English? I mean can use another kind of unit then gram when the weight is very lightweight ?
A: You could say: My ring weighs 1.7 ounces.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he gained weight because he had been overeating. the question is (is this sentence mean that he stop overeating now?
A: Yes, you are correct. Native English speakers will make a mistake with this though, and still assume the person is overeating now
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is exactly 'dead weight'?
A: Dead weight is a burden. Someone who only makes things more difficult. Someone who doesn't "pull their own weight"

Other questions about "Weight"

Q: Recently, I've secretly her gained weight. does this sound natural?
A: @juris8823: Recently, she has gained weight.
Q: I have potbelly and put on weight. does this sound natural?
A: You could say "I have a potbelly. I put on weight." :D
Q: I gained weight. I need to lose weight, otherwise I might be like a sumo wrestler. does this sound natural?
A: It makes perfect sense but I think naturally we would say, "otherwise I might end up looking like a sumo wrestler."
全然大丈夫ですが、もっと自然にこういう風に言うかな。すも選手のようななってしまうかもしれませんという意味かな。
Q: I was so surprised to see you who had lost so much weight. "あまりの痩せっぷりにびっくりしました。

This is a comment to a musician's SNS post. She(his fan) got to see his gig today. does this sound natural?
A: I was really surprised to see you! You lost so much weight.
Q: I was so surprised to see you who had lost so much weight. "あまりの痩せっぷりにびっくりしました。

This is a comment to a musician's SNS post. She(his fan) got to see his gig today. does this sound natural?
A: "I was surprised to see how much weight you have lost."
Common example if you are talking to them:
"I'm surprised you lost so much weight!"
"Wow you lost so much weight!"

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