(transitive) To lift up; especially, to lift something heavy
(transitive) To test the weight of something by lifting it.
(transitive, Northern England) The process by which a farm animal becomes accustomed to an area of mountain pasture.
(obsolete) past participle of to heave
American Heritage Dictionary
To lift (something) in order to judge or estimate its weight.
To hoist (something); heave.
To have a given weight; weigh.
Definition of HEFT
1: to heave up : hoist
2: to test the weight of by lifting
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Examples of HEFT
First Known Use of HEFT
Synonyms: boost, heave, hoist, jack (up), upheave
Antonyms: drop, lower