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tight pronunciación
adjective
1 fitting very or too closely.
2 stretched so as not to be loose; tense; taut.
3 fixed or held firmly in place a tight knot .
4 (usu in compounds ) made so as not to let air or water, etc pass in or out watertight .
5 difficult or posing problems in a tight spot .
6 strictly and carefully controlled.
7 said of a contest or match: closely or evenly fought.
8 said of a schedule or timetable, etc: not allowing much time.
9 colloq mean; miserly.
10 colloq drunk.
11 said of money or some commodity: in short supply; difficult to obtain.
12 said of a band or team: that plays together in a disciplined way, making very few mistakes.
adverb tightly; soundly; completely sleep tight .
[14c: probably an alteration of thight , from Norse thettr ]
tightly adverb .
tightness noun .
run a tight ship to be in control of an efficient well-run organization or group.


tight-fisted
adjective mean and ungenerous with money.


tight-knit or tightly-knit
adjective closely organized or united.


tight-lipped
adjective with the lips firmly closed in determination to say or reveal nothing; uncommunicative.


tighten pronunciación
verb (tightened , tightening ) tr & intr to make or become tight or tighter.
[18c]
tighten one's belt colloq to reduce one's spending and live more economically.
tighten the screws to increase the pressure on someone to do something.


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