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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sıkı

O, kolumu sıkıca kavradı. - She gripped my arm tightly.

Ben koşuya gitmeden önce ayakkabılarımı her zaman sıkı bağlarım. - I always tie my shoes tightly before I go jogging.

akmaz
{f} sıkıca

O, elimi kavradı ve onu sıkıca tuttu. - She took hold of my hand and held it tightly.

O, elimden sıkıca tuttu. - She held on to my hand tightly.

tıkanmış
zorluk çeken
{s} kritik
kısaltılmış sımsıkı
sıkı gerilmiş kesat
{s} cimri
tedariki güç
su geçmez
{s} sarhoş
ucu ucuna
{s} sıkışmış: The lid of the jar is so tight I can't open it. Kavanozun kapağı öyle sıkışmış ki açamıyorum
{s} iyice gerilmiş, gergin: The
{s} gergin

Tom gergin bir ip üzerinde dengesini sağlamaktadır. - Tom is balancing on a tightrope.

Tom gergin ip üzerinde yürümede iyidir. - Tom is good at walking on a tightrope.

kısmık
sıkıştırmak

Ev ödemelerimizi yapmak için, kemerlerimizi sıkıştırmak zorunda kalacağız. - To make our house payments, we're going to have to tighten our belts.

sıkışmış
geçirmez
sarhan
(Argo) kafası dumanlı
kesat
kompakt
zor elde edilir
(Argo) çakırkeyif
su geçirmez
(Tekstil) tayt

Sami, Leyla'nın taytını giyiyordu. - Sami wore Layla's tights.

Bu adamlar tayt giyiyorlar. - These men are wearing tights.

(pul) zor elde edilir
{s} dar

Bu ayakkabılar çok dar. Acıtıyorlar. - These shoes are too tight. They hurt.

Sanırım bu kazak sana çok dar. - I think that sweater is too tight on you.

esrik
sımsıkı
sıkı sıkı
pinti
{s} kısa ve özlü
dili müşkül
{s} sızdırmaz
{s} eli sıkı
{s} kasılmış
tightlysıkı
{s} başabaş
{s} zor

Sen o vidaları sıkmak zorundasın. - You have to tighten those screws.

Tom, kendini zor bir durumda buldu. - Tom found himself in a tight spot.

dili eli sıkı
dapdaracık
iyice gerilmiş
tightly
sıkı sıkı
tightness
sıkılık
tights
{i} tayt

Bu adamlar tayt giyiyorlar. - These men are wearing tights.

Sami, kendisinin Leyla'nın kırmızı taytını giyerken çekilmiş fotoğraflarını yayınladı. - Sami posted photos of himself wearing Layla's red tights.

tightness
darlık
tight fisted
eli sıkı
tight bend
dar viraj
tight buffered
sıkı tamponlanmış
tight joint
sızdırmaz ek
tight joint
sıkı ek
tight measures
sıkı önlemler
tight standard
(Ticaret) sıkı standart
tight money policy
sıkı para politikası
tight pulley
sabit kasnak
tight-fisted
eli sıkı
tight-lipped
ağzı sıkı
tight as a brick
Bir tuğla sıkı olarak
tight budgeting
sıkı bütçe
tight deadline
sürenin dolması için az zaman kalmak
tight fist
sıkı yumruk
tight fitting
sıkı uydurma
tight listed
sıkı listelenen
tight made
sıkı yapılmış
tight pack
sıkıca paketlemek
tight schedule
yoğun program
tight-ass
Elisıkı, cimri
tight-fitting
beli sıkan giyecek
tight-fitting
dar
tight-fitting thigh-high boot
dar kalça yüksek çizme
tight-knit
Sıkı bağları olan
tight corner
(deyim) güç bir durumda bulunmak
tight corner
zor durum
tight corner
güç durum
tight coupling
sıkı kuplaj
tight coupling
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) sıkı bağlaşma
tight coupling
siki sikiya baglasmis
tight fiscal policy
(Ticaret) sıkı maliye politikası
tight fisted
cimri
tight fit
sımsıkı oturmuş
tight fit
daracık
tight fit
sıkı alıştırma
tight lipped
sır tutan
tight lipped
dudakları kenetlenmiş (kızgın)
tight lipped
ağzı sıkı
tight money
(Ticaret) sıkı para
tight money market
(Ticaret) sıkı para piyasası
tight purse
cimri
tight spot
(deyim) güç bir durumda bulunmak
tight squeeze
(deyim) çok sıkışık , örneğin bir taşıt aracı içinde
tight turn
keskin dönüş
tight turn
(Askeri) KESKİN DÖNÜŞ: Bak "streep turn"
tightly
sıkıca

O, elimden sıkıca tuttu. - She held on to my hand tightly.

İpi sıkıca tuttum böylece düşmedim. - I held on to the rope tightly so I wouldn't fall.

tightness
{i} sızdırmazlık
tightness
{i} geçirmezlik
tightness
geçirimsizlik
get into a tight corner
açmaza düşmek
get out of a tight spot
vartayı atlatmak
keep a tight rein on
ensesinde boza pişirmek
keep a tight rein on
kontrol altında tutmak
tightly
sıkı olarak
tightness
azlık
tights
balerin pantolonu
tights
akrobat pantolonu
very tight
dapdaracık
very tight
çok sıkı
be in a tight corner
köşeye sıkışmak
become tight
sıkılaş
dust tight
toz geçirmez
dust-tight
toz geçirmez
in a tight corner
zor durumda
in a tight corner
köşeye sıkışmış vaziyette
in a tight spot
zor durumda

Ben kendimi zor durumda buldum. - I found myself in a tight spot.

Sami zor durumda olduğunu biliyordu. - Sami knew he was in a tight spot.

in a tight spot
sıkıntıda
keep a tight rein on
sıkı denetlemek
keep a tight rein on
dizginlemek
make tight
sıkılaştır
sit tight
dediğinden vazgeçmemek
sit tight
olduğu yerde kalmak
sit tight
yılmadan devam et
steam-tight
buhar kaçırmaz
tighter
{f} daha sıkı
tightest
en sıkı
tightness
hasislik
tights
balerin/akrobat pantolonu
tights
külotlu çorap

O külotlu çorap giyiyor. - She's wearing tights.

air-tight
hava geçirmez
blood-tight
kan geçirmez
finger tight
parmak sıkı
hand tight
eli sıkı
hang tight
sebat etmek, azimle devam etmek, ısrar etmek
hold on tight
sıkı tütün
hold tight there
tütün sıkı var
in a tight corner/spot
sıkışık bir durumda, sıkıntıda, zor durumda, belada
on a tight budget
sıkı bir bütçe üzerinde
run a tight ship
katı birisi olmak
sitting tight
sıkı oturan
skin-tight
cilt geçirmez
sleep tight
İyi geceler! İyi Uyu! Sıkı uyu!
stretched tight; taut
kasılmak; gergin
thats tight
thats sıkı
tighter
sıkı

Tom Mary'ye daha da sıkı sarıldı. - Tom hugged Mary even tighter.

up tight
kadar sıkı
in a tight corner
köşeye sıkışmış
sit tight
kımıldamamak
sit tight
krizin geçmesini beklemek
sit tight
(deyim) herhangi bir harekette bulunmamak,kimildamamak;niyet veya fikrinden vazgecmemek,Nuh deyip Peygamber dememek
stretch tight
kasmak
tightly
sıkı

Ben ona sıkıca sarıldım. - I hugged her tightly.

Ben koşuya gitmeden önce ayakkabılarımı her zaman sıkı bağlarım. - I always tie my shoes tightly before I go jogging.

tightness
kesatlık
tightness
{i} yokluk
tightness
{i} zorluk
tightness
{i} gerginlik
tights
cambaz ve balerinlere mahsus sıkı giysi
tights
İng. külotlu çorap
tights
{i} kilotlu çorap
tights
leotar
tights
i., çoğ
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Intoxicated; drunk or acting like being drunk

We went drinking and got tight.

Under high tension

Make sure to pull the rope tight.

Unfair; unkind

Don't do that. That's tight.

Scarce, hard to come by

I grew up in a poor neighborhood; money was very tight, but we made do.

A strategy which involves playing very few hands
Firmly, so as not to come loose easily

Make sure the lid is closed tight.

Pushed or pulled together

My socks are too tight.

Of a space, etc, narrow, so that it is difficult for something or someone to pass through it

They flew in a tight formation.

Extraordinarily great or special

That is one tight bicycle!.

Well-rehearsed and accurate in execution

Their marching band is extremely tight.

Miserly or frugal

He's a bit tight with his money.

Soundly

Good night, sleep tight.

Of a turn, sharp, so that the timeframe for making it is narrow and following it is difficult

The mountain pass was made dangerous by its many tight corners.

Intimately friendly

We've grown tighter over the years.

A player who plays very few hands
{a} tense, close, difficult, cleanly dressed, tidy
Something that is shut tight is shut very firmly. I keep the flour and sugar in individual jars, sealed tight with their glass lids She kept her eyes tight closed. + tightly tight·ly Pemberton frowned and closed his eyes tightly
of such close construction as to be impermeable; "a tight roof"; "warm in our tight little house"
Tight clothes or shoes are rather small and fit closely to your body. His jeans were too tight. loose + tightly tight·ly He buttoned his collar tightly round his thick neck
firmly or tightly; "held fast to the rope"; "her foot was stuck fast"; "held tight"
Somewhat intoxicated; tipsy
exasperatingly difficult to handle or circumvent; "a nasty problem"; "a good man to have on your side in a tight situation"
of textiles; "a close weave"; "smooth percale with a very tight weave"
(of a contest or contestants) evenly matched; "a close contest"; "a close election"; "a tight game"
1 a very narrow hole or course 2 a compact and efficient swing 3 hole location that is very close to the edge of the green 4 a ball resting on the ground or in grass with very little air underneath it, making clean and solid contact difficult Example: 1 The course we played on Monday was very short and tight 2 Byron's swing was tight whereas Dan's was loose 3 The hole was cut so tight that the pin appeared to be off the green 4 The grass was very thin and my lie was very tight
pressed tightly together; "with lips compressed"
Highly competitive A tight market is characterized by a small spread between the bid and offer levels for a given security
To tighten
to keep a tight rein on: see rein to sit tight: see sit
If a part of your body is tight, it feels rather uncomfortable and painful, for example because you are ill, anxious, or angry. It is better to stretch the tight muscles first = taut + tightness tight·ness Heart disease often shows itself first as pain or tightness in the chest
Pressing; stringent; not easy; firmly held; dear; said of money or the money market
securely or solidly fixed in place; rigid; "the bolts are tight"
Describes a wine's structure, concentration or body Although a temporary condition that is most common with younger wines that have high aging expectations, a wine at any age may exhibit this quality Closed or compact are similar terms
Not ragged; whole; neat; tidy
If you are in a tight corner or in a tight spot, you are in a difficult situation. That puts the president in a tight spot if the vote is not a resounding `yes'
When the front tires of a car have difficulty turning into the corners A driver must get off the throttle earlier than normal to correct it
Used in the context of general equities In-line or extremely close (+/- 1/8) to the inside market or last sale in a stock On the money
Sometimes you may feel "tight" in social situations when you have not had enough cold beverages to make you feel comfortable Feeling "tight" is experiencing a night completely sober or somewhat sober when everyone else is drinking If you have the problem of feeling "tight" many times in social situations, you may want to look at becoming "socially lubricated" prior to the evening's events to loosen you up a bit (Submitted by Partiers Com members Kev Gierlach and Craig Russo)
Handling condition where a car has developed a "push" and feels like it doesn't want to turn The opposite of "loose "
Generally refers to the body and structure of young wines
Fitting close, or too close, to the body; as, a tight coat or other garment
Close, so as not to admit the passage of a liquid or other fluid; not leaky; as, a tight ship; a tight cask; a tight room; often used in this sense as the second member of a compound; as, water-tight; air-tight
You can say `sleep tight' to someone when they are going to bed as an affectionate way of saying that you hope they will sleep well. Good night, Davey. Sleep tight
An exceptionally well engineered or crafted deck Often used in conjunction with Tech "Your deck has an extremely tight tech, how'd you do that?"
Intoxicated; drunk
Usually describes a young wine It describes a wine's structure, concentration and body, as in a "tightly wound" wine Closed or compact are similar terms
Skin, cloth, or string that is tight is stretched or pulled so that it is smooth or straight. My skin feels tight and lacking in moisture + tightly tight·ly Her sallow skin was drawn tightly across the bones of her face
Condition of your belt line after a little too much snacking during the race
pulled or drawn tight; "taut sails"; "a tight drumhead"; "a tight rope"
A tight bend or corner is one that changes direction very quickly so that you cannot see very far round it. They collided on a tight bend and both cars were extensively damaged. = sharp
Close; parsimonious; saving; as, a man tight in his dealings
Handy; adroit; brisk
In line with or extremely close to the inside market or last sale in a stock (+/- 1/8) On the money
Not slack or loose; firmly stretched; taut; applied to a rope, chain, or the like, extended or stretched out
Tight is used to describe a group of things or an amount of something that is closely packed together. She curled up in a tight ball, with her knees tucked up at her chin The men came in a tight group. Tight is also an adverb. The people sleep on sun loungers packed tight, end to end. + tightly tight·ly Many animals travel in tightly packed lorries and are deprived of food, water and rest
closely constrained or constricted or constricting; "tight skirts"; "he hated tight starched collars"; "fingers closed in a tight fist"; "a tight feeling in his chest"
{s} close-fitting, tense, narrow
Tight controls or rules are very strict. The measures include tight control of media coverage Security is tight this week at the polling sites. + tightly tight·ly The internal media was tightly controlled by the government during the war
used of persons or behavior; characterized by or indicative of lack of generosity; "a mean person"; "he left a miserly tip"
reduces the space between characters
A tight schedule or budget allows very little time or money for unexpected events or expenses. It's difficult to cram everything into a tight schedule Financially things are a bit tight
in a close-fitting manner, firmly
Cf
Declarer is said to be tight when he/she cannot afford to lose any more tricks and still make the contract
A stock car that is "tight" will have a tendency to head toward the wall on a turn Also called pushing An open-wheel driver might say it is understeering
very drunk
A bark characteristic meaning firm, not peeling, not loose, not peeling "Tight" bark on older trees may become furrowed or split, but does not rub off or peel off easily [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location]
disapproval If you say that someone is tight, you disapprove of them because they are unwilling to spend their money. What about getting new ones -- Are you so tight you won't even spend three roubles? = tight-fisted, mean, stingy see also airtight, skin-tight
Firmly held together; compact; not loose or open; as, tight cloth; a tight knot
affected by scarcity and expensive to borrow; "tight money"; "a tight market" packed closely together; "the stood in a tight little group"; "hair in tight curls"; "the pub was packed tight" of such close construction as to be impermeable; "a tight roof"; "warm in our tight little house" closely constrained or constricted or constricting; "tight skirts"; "he hated tight starched collars"; "fingers closed in a tight fist"; "a tight feeling in his chest" securely or solidly fixed in place; rigid; "the bolts are tight" set so close together as to be invulnerable to penetration; "in tight formation"; "a tight blockade
tight as a duck's arse
Extremely tight, mean, excessively thrifty
tight as a tick
Drunk, inebriated

For there ain't no kickGetting tight as a tickWhen you know that you're not breaking the law.

tight as a tick
Fully inflated; swollen near to bursting

I blow it up until it's tight as a tick. Just below the skirt through which the lanyard passes, a tiny mouth whistles a single-note tune until the balloon's lungs are emptied.

tight as a tick
Unwilling to spend money

The last time she had visited, Sean's father, Tiny Tim, who was tight as a tick with his money, jovially presided over the place, one big yard filled with rusting cars.

tight end
A player playing the position of tight end

The tight end caught the pass.

tight end
The position at the end of the offensive line whose primary jobs are to block and serve as a short receiver

Jones played tight end.

tight ends
plural form of tight end
tight five
The five forwards who form the front row and the second row in the scrum
tight fives
plural form of tight five
tight junction
An intercellular junction between epithelial cells whose membranes join together forming a virtual impermeable barrier to fluid
tight junctions
plural form of tight junction
tight lips
Of a person, silence or reticence

After M. de Kercadiou came M. de Vilmorin, very pale and self-contained, with tight lips and an overcast brow.

tight loop
Such a loop which heavily uses I/O or processing resources, failing to adequately share them with other programs running in the operating system
tight loop
In assembly languages, a loop which contains few instructions and iterates many times
tight loops
plural form of tight loop
tight money
A monetary policy that makes money, credit, or both readily available to some borrowers
tight ship
a well-organized and highly disciplined organization
tight ships
plural form of tight ship
tight spot
a difficult position
tight-fisted
reluctant to spend money; miserly or stingy
tight-fitting
Snug, skintight
tight-knit
Strongly pulled together, tightly knit
tight-lipped
Having the lips pressed together

He would have sprung upon Captain Blood, who stood aloof, alert, tight-lipped, and watchful.

tight-lipped
Unwilling to divulge information
tight -arse
See: tight-ass
tight squeeze
A difficult situation; financial troubles. "The Browns aren't going out to dinner these days; they are in a tight squeeze."
tight-ass
A person who does not like to spend money or give it to other people
tight-knit
(also tightly knit): (of a group of people) bound together by strong relationships and common interests
tight ass
(Slang) mean stingy person
tight control
severe supervision
tight corner
tough situation, trouble
tight embrace
spirited hug, strong hug
tight end
An offensive end who lines up close to a tackle
tight end
(football) an offensive end who lines up close to the tackle
tight fist
clenched fist
tight fisted
very stingy; reluctant to spend money needlessly
tight fitting
{s} tightly fitting, that fits in a close-fitting manner
tight head
{i} (Slang) drunken; intoxicated, tipsy
tight money
the economic condition in which credit is difficult to secure and interest rates are high
tight-fisted
economical, cheap, like a scrooge
tight-fisted
disapproval If you describe someone as tight-fisted, you disapprove of them because they are unwilling to spend money. He had the reputation of being one of the most tight-fisted and demanding of employers. = mean, stingy generous. not generous with money = stingy
tight-fitting
fitting very closely or tightly
tight-fitting
fitting snugly; "a tightly-fitting cover"; "tight-fitting clothes
tight-fitting
fitting snugly; "a tightly-fitting cover"; "tight-fitting clothes"
tight-knit
closely and firmly integrated; "a tight-knit organization
tight-knit
{s} integrated firmly and in a close manner (of a company or a group of people)
tight-knit
a tight-knit group of people are closely connected with each other
tight-knit
closely and firmly integrated; "a tight-knit organization"
tight-lipped
Someone who is tight-lipped has their lips pressed tightly together, especially because they are angry or disapproving. He was sitting at the other end of the table, tight-lipped and angry
tight-lipped
If you describe someone as tight-lipped, you mean that they are unwilling to give any information about something. Military officials are still tight-lipped about when or whether their forces will launch a ground offensive. forthcoming
as tight as Dick's hatband
See Dick's hatband
finger tight
tightened using the fingers, and no tools, to a torque of about 1.7 to 2.3 Nm
finger-tight
As tightly screwed as can be made by the strength of one's fingers, without the use of any tools: that is, without any special equipment
hand-tight
As tight as can be made by the strength of one's hand wielding a standard tool: that is, without special equipment or leverage
hang tight
To remain in one's current location
hold tight
To hold something or someone closely

Hold me tight and kiss me.

hold tight
To hold on to something for security

Hold tight to me, the bus is going round a sharp bend.

hold tight
To hold something securely

Hold tight to that vase, and don't drop it.

sit tight
To wait patiently; to take no action; to remain quiet or relatively motionless

I'll be back in a few minutes, so sit tight while I go find her.

tightness
The quality or degree of being tight
tights
A close-fitting, sheer or non-sheer skin-tight garment worn principally by women and girls that covers the body completely from the waist down, usually including the feet
tights
A similar, non-sheer garment worn by dancers of either sex, especially by ballet dancers
tights
In blasting rock, a piece of unbroken rock within the pay limit of a blast
weapons tight
An order that weapons may only be fired at targets (especially aircraft or missiles) that are known to be hostile
wound too tight
chronically tense, unable to relax, highly reactive
wound-too-tight
chronically tense, unable to relax, highly reactive
tighter
{n} a string to tie women's hair with
tightly
{a} closely, narrowly, neatly, tidily
tightness
{n} closeness, compactness, difficulty
hang tight
Persevere, persist
in a tight place
in a difficult situation
night night sleep tight don't let the bedbugs bite
sleep well, good night and sweet dreams
sit tight
maintain the same position; wait it out; "Let's not make a decision--let's sit tight"
sit tight
sit comfortably, be mighty in a position
sits tight
rich, owner of great fortunes; one who has a mighty position which cannot be taken away from him
skin-tight
Skin-tight clothes fit very tightly so that they show the shape of your body. the youth with the slicked down hair and skin-tight trousers. skin-tight clothes fit tightly against your body   baggy
sleep tight!
good night!, sweet dreams!
tighter
A ribbon or string used to draw clothes closer
tighter
Comparative form of tight; more tight
tightest
superlative of tight
tightly
In a tight manner; closely; nearly
tightly
securely fixed or fastened; "the window was tightly sealed" in a tight or constricted manner; "a tightly packed pub
tightly
firmly
tightly
In a tight manner
tightly
in a tight or constricted manner; "a tightly packed pub"
tightly
securely fixed or fastened; "the window was tightly sealed"
tightly
in a tight or constricted manner; "a tightly packed pub
tightness
extreme stinginess
tightness
{i} strength; trouble, misfortunes
tightness
lack of movement or room for movement
tightness
a state occasioned by scarcity of money and a shortage of credit
tightness
The quality or condition of being tight
tightness
the quality of being tight
tights
Tights are a piece of clothing, usually worn by women and girls. They are usually made of nylon and cover the hips, legs and feet. a new pair of tights
tights
man's garment of the 16th and 17th centuries; worn with a doublet
tights
{i} pantyhose made from thick stretchy fabric, tight one-piece garment worn by women under a skirt; pantyhose (British)
tights
skintight knit hose covering the body from the waist to the feet worn by acrobats and dancers and as stockings by women and girls
tights
A close-fitting, sheer garment worn by women that covers the body completely from the waist down
tights
Close-fitting garments, especially for the lower part of the body and the legs
tights
Tights are a piece of tight clothing, usually worn by dancers, acrobats, or people in exercise classes, and covering the hips and each leg
tight
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