what you say carries weight
原文解釋: to be very influential with someone or some group of people
1. Your argument does not carry a lot of weight with me.
2. The senator's testimony carried a lot of weight with the council.
3. That carries a lot of weight with the older folks.
4. What you say carries no weight with me.
5. a. The prime minister is doing his commencement speech on TV
so you have to make sure to watch it.
b. Because what he says carries weight.
6. a. Have you decided on what to say your garduation?
b. I'm trying to be careful on what to say because I know
what I say will carry a lot of weight to all the students.