we feared the hot-air balloon had been underweighted
apply too little weight to (something).
We used these early data together with information collected on cohort members at the age of 50 to explore the effects of childhood obesity and underweight on adult obesity and risk factors for disease.
he was thirty pounds underweight
below a weight considered normal or desirable.
translation of 'underweight'
Whether you are 'underweight' , normally weighted or overweight, your eating solution can become a problem.
The first question posed in this research asked whether individual HR managers would 'underweight' base rate data.
‘We will also start a child-weighing exercise because lots of under-five children are 'underweight' ,’ said Pastor Bill.
She has an intense need for control and is scared of gaining weight even when extremely 'underweight' .
Then you would 'underweight' technology stocks?
You might run your car 'underweight' and then chose to put weight in different places.
Although it recommended that investors switch to US shares, it still recommends that investors be 'underweight' in US equities.
Shouldn't a GP investigate why a child is 'underweight' , and share his or her concern with the parents?
We used these early data together with information collected on cohort members at the age of 50 to explore the effects of childhood obesity and 'underweight' on adult obesity and risk factors for disease.
They are just disqualified from the show ring because of 'underweight' or overweight.
He is still 'underweight' in technology stocks, which he considers expensive, and prefers traditional old economy businesses such as paper and steel.
We are overweight in economy-sensitive stocks, technology, industrials and financials, and are 'underweight' in utilities and telecoms - stock selection is becoming ever-more critical.
The second question posed in this study asked whether groups composed of experienced individuals 'underweight' base rate data.
I was a geeky, scrawny, 'underweight' kid who liked strange music and didn't fit in at all.
Higher levels of protein and calories may be needed in 'underweight' horses, but should not be fed to normal or overweight horses.
On examination, she was 'underweight' (weight 2nd percentile, height 10th percentile).
In market parlance, they overweight the most recent information and 'underweight' the information that came before.
Earnings estimates still have to come down and as a result we are 'underweight' in technology stocks.
I assume your daughter is 'underweight' , not just thin.
Last year we were 'underweight' lodging stocks.
Although being slightly 'underweight' , outwardly Stacey appears to be just like any other 11-year-old.
Many entertainment celebrities are 'underweight' , some anorexically so.
People who are under-nourished will not be eating enough and be 'underweight' because their diet will not be providing them with enough energy.
Since then she had been in a re-hab centre and was now considered only slightly 'underweight' .
Perhaps your exercise regime is too demanding, since your body mass index (height to weight ratio) suggests you're not 'underweight' .
I know I shouldn't complain because I can eat what I want and not gain weight, but it's not good being 'underweight' .
A BMI under 18.5 indicates that you're 'underweight' .
One in ten parents expressed some concern about 'underweight' in normal weight children.
A national poll of more than 2000 men asked whether they considered themselves 'underweight' , normal weight, overweight or obese.
In addition, research shows that teenage girls, particularly those who are 'underweight' or dieting to lose weight, are not getting enough calcium.
|India had 97mn underweight kids in 2016: Lancet|
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