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She was struggling with a heavy suitcase.
Careful – that box is pretty heavy.
You should soon be able to train with the heavier weights.
a big heavy door
He was a big man, too heavy for the nurses to lift.
Traffic is particularly heavy on the M5 tonight.
He had a very heavy workload.
The school places a heavy emphasis on children's musical development.
Weather conditions were appalling, with heavy rain and strong winds.
Her book shows a heavy reliance on the work of Dr Winston.
Industrial areas came under heavy bombardment.
reports of heavy air strikes on the capital
Heavy fighting erupted yesterday.
I found his new book a bit heavy.
Her speech was heavy stuff, with references to philosophy and psychology.
He was a tall dark man, with heavy features.
This is the British English definition of heavy. View American English definition of heavy.
the difference between how much money you get when you sell something and how much it costs you...