|weather the storm
||survive a crisis, live through tough times
||Pat lost his job and I had surgery, but we weathered the storm.
||remove, delete, get rid of, turf it
||We have to weed out the courses that people don't need, such as Caring For Your Polar Bear.
|weigh in at
||measure the weight of a person, tip the scales
||Teddy weighed in at one hundred kilograms. He's a heavy man.
||strange person, pervert, creep
||This weirdo started following us around the park. It was scary!
||personal evil spirit, personal devil
||His wekabi told him to steal the statue of the Ethiopian ruler.
||wealthy, rich, well off
||The Clarks were well heeled, wealthy enough to hire servants.
|well hung [B]
||having a large penis and testicles
||That stallion is well hung. He's very well equipped.
||wealthy, well to do
||Ken's family is fairly well off. They can afford a few luxuries.
||Your statement is well taken. The Canadian family has changed.
|well to do
||wealthy, rich, loaded
||Many well-to-do families send their children to private schools.