junior welterweight

/dʒunjə ˈwɛltəweɪt/ (say joohnyuh 'weltuhwayt)

noun
a professional boxer weighing between 61.235 and 63.503 kg.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • junior welterweight — n. a boxer between a lightweight and a welterweight, with a maximum weight of 140 pounds (63.50 kg) …   English World dictionary

  • junior welterweight — noun a weight in boxing of 61.2–63.5 kilograms …   English new terms dictionary

  • junior welterweight — noun weighs no more than 140 pounds • Hypernyms: ↑boxer, ↑pugilist …   Useful english dictionary

  • welterweight — [wel′tər wāt΄] n. [prob. < WELT (vt. 2) + ER + WEIGHT] a boxer between a junior welterweight and a junior middleweight, with a maximum weight of 147 lb (66.68 kg) …   English World dictionary

  • welterweight — n. 1 a weight in certain sports intermediate between lightweight and middleweight, in the amateur boxing scale 63.5 67 kg but differing for professionals, wrestlers, and weightlifters. 2 a sportsman of this weight. Phrases and idioms: junior… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Welterweight — is a weight class division in combat sports. Originally the term welterweight was used only in boxing, but other combat sports like kickboxing, taekwondo and mixed martial arts also began to use it for their own weight division system. In most… …   Wikipedia

  • junior middleweight — n. a boxer between a welterweight and a middleweight, with a maximum weight of 154 pounds (69.85 kg) * * * …   Universalium

  • junior middleweight — n. a boxer between a welterweight and a middleweight, with a maximum weight of 154 pounds (69.85 kg) …   English World dictionary

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