Translation of outweigh in Spanish:


ser mayor que, v.

Pronunciation /ˌaʊtˈweɪ/ /aʊtˈweɪ/

transitive verb

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    (disadvantage/risk) ser mayor que
    for him, religious principles outweigh all other considerations sus principios religiosos tienen para él más peso / pesan para él más que cualquier otra consideración
    • the rewards far outweigh the difficulties la recompensa compensa con creces las dificultades
    • They see the disadvantages of doing so outweighing its advantages.
    • However, the NIH consensus panel notes that the benefits far outweigh the risks.
    • In fact, the benefits far outweigh the risks and will lead to improved health care.
    • As you can see, the pros clearly outweigh the miniscule cons.
    • The potential benefits from such a bold experiment in public policy greatly outweigh the risks.
    • But the costs of global warming could vastly outweigh the modest cost of even quite vigorous action.
    • Eventually we realized that this first crop provided a wonderful learning opportunity, greatly outweighing the short-term cost.
    • In fact, coffee's pros probably outweigh its cons.
    • Even so, many reputable authors agree that the benefits of having Service Pack 2 greatly outweigh the cons.
    • Still, for these gallery owners at least, the positives outweigh the negatives.
    • They feel, as I do, that the positives outweigh the negatives.
    • What goes in through the eyes always outweighs what goes in through the ears.
    • Yet the damage done by his grotesquely lopsided report vastly outweighs the gravity of the offence.
    • Ultimately, such flaws are vastly outweighed by the book's contributions.
    • Yes, it's annoying, but the benefits of having email certainly outweigh the annoyances associated with it.
    • Yet, the advantages of e-mail clearly outweigh its limitations in many cases.
    • The desire for practicality clearly outweighed the desire for academic rigor.
    • Would the benefits from the additional advertising outweigh what was being sacrificed in the cover price?
    • Remember that the safety of the many outweighs the lives of the few.
    • His errors of judgment, though, heavily outweighed those elements of progress.