weigh against

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Related to weigh against: fall short, bent on, slink around, take their toll
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The ECB said that concerns over an early and full implementation of the third bailout programme weigh against Greece.
It is not feasible, not reasonable, and we will weigh against it as Turkey.
Explaining why it rejected the NEC bid, the panel told Solihull Council: "The panel did not consider your authority's case strong enough to weigh against the very strong competition for the one regional casino, they are pleased to consider your proposal further in the context of a large casino.