Definitions for "Lightweight"
Keywords:  rower, weigh, pounds, amateur, boxer
One of less than average weight;
In boxing, wrestling, etc., one weighing not more than 133 pounds (U. S. amateur rules 135 pounds, Eng. 140 pounds).
a wrestler who weighs 139-154 pounds.
A person of small importance or mental ability, especially one who is unimportant but cheeky and presumptuous.
someone who is unimportant but cheeky and presumptuous
a term usually used to describe scissors or shears with stainless steel blades and plastic handles. Molybdenum Steel: a high grade cutlery steel that, when hardened, forms a very durable, tough and uniform grain structure and prolongs the useful life of the tool. Used to manufacture tools for heavy duty cutting needs. NASSM: National Association of Scissors and Shears Manufacturers.
Keywords:  forklift, doesn't, move, require
Doesn't require a forklift to move.
having no importance or influence; "a lightweight intellect"
A error where a coin is struck on an incomplete blank - caused when the machine punching out the blanks strikes partially beyond the end of the metal sheet.
A firearm that is constructed of lightweight material such as aluminum alloy in the receiver or frame.
Keywords:  ram, thus, disk, something, consume
Something that is lightweight will not consume computer resources (such as RAM and disk space) too much and will thus run on less expensive computer systems.
Keywords:  directory, protocol, access