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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sıkmak

Ekonomi yakında toparlanmazsa kemerlerimizi sıkmak zorunda kalacağız. - We'll have to tighten our belts if the economy doesn't pick up soon.

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

{f} (vida v.b.'ni) sıkıştırmak; (kemer v.b.'ni) sıkmak; (adale, ip v.b.'ni) germek; gerilmek, gerginleşmek
{f} sıkıştırmak

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

sıkılaşmak
sağlamlaştırmak
pekişmek
tıkamak
sıkılaştırmak
daralmak
sıkıştır

Tom somunları sıkıştırdı. - Tom tightened the nuts.

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

daraltmak
(İnşaat) sıkılamak
{f} kasılmak
{f} ciddileşmek
{f} germek
{f} sıkışmak
{f} sertleşmek
{f} kısmak
{f} kasmak
gerilmek
gerginleştirmek
tighten the noose
(Ev ile ilgili) Durumu zorlaştırmak
tighten up
sıkıştırmak
tighten up on
sertleştirmek
tighten one's belt
kemerleri sıkmak
tighten up
sıkıştır
tighten belt
kemer sıkın
tighten one´s belt
kemerleri sıkmak
tighten the belt
kemer sıkın
tighten your belt
senin kemer sıkın
tighten a nope or a serew
(Askeri) suga etmek
tighten it
vidayı sıkmak
tighten one's belt
kemer sıkmak
tighten one's belt
(Fiili Deyim ) kemeri sıkmak
tighten one's belt
masrafları azaltmak
tighten one's belt
daha tutumlu davranmak
tighten one's belt
kemerini sıkmak
tighten one's belts
(deyim) kemerleri sıkmak
tighten the purse strings
kemerleri sıkmak
tighten the purse strings
masrafları kısmak
tighten up
germek
tighten up
sertleşmek
tighten up
ciddileşmek
tighten up on
(kanunu) daha etkili bir hale getirmek, sertleştirmek
tighten with a wrench
anahtarla sıkmak
tightened
gerilmek
tightener
sıkıcı
tightener
gerdirici
tightener
sıkıştırıcı
to tighten
sıkılaşmak
to tighten
sıkılaştırmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To raise short-term interest rates

The Fed is expected to tighten by a quarter-point.

To make money harder to borrow or obtain

If the government doesn't tighten the money supply, inflation is certain to be harsh.

To make tighter

Please tighten that screw a quarter-turn.

To become tighter

That joint is tightening as the wood dries.

{v} to make tight or close, to straiten
restrict; "Tighten the rules"; "stiffen the regulations"
to tighten your belt: see belt to tighten the screw: see screw
narrow or limit; "reduce the influx of foreigners"
If you tighten your grip on something, or if your grip tightens, you hold the thing more firmly or securely. Luke answered by tightening his grip on her shoulder Her arms tightened about his neck in gratitude Stefano's grip tightened and his tone became colder. loosen
become tight or tighter; "The rope tightened" make tight or tighter; "Tighten the wire
When you tighten a screw, nut, or other device, you turn it or move it so that it is more firmly in place or holds something more firmly. I used my thumbnail to tighten the screw on my lamp Tighten up means the same as tighten. It's important to tighten up the wheels properly, otherwise they vibrate loose and fall off
become tight or tighter; "The rope tightened"
{f} make tight, pull taught; become tight, become taught
If a government or organization tightens its grip on a group of people or an activity, or if its grip tightens, it begins to have more control over it. He knows he has considerable support for his plans to tighten his grip on the machinery of central government As the regime's grip on the mainland tightened over the next few years, hundreds of thousands more people fled south
make tight or tighter; "Tighten the wire
If someone in authority tightens a rule, a policy, or a system, they make it stricter or more efficient. The United States plans to tighten the economic sanctions currently in place Take-off and landing procedures have been tightened after two jets narrowly escaped disaster. relax Tighten up means the same as tighten. Until this week, every attempt to tighten up the law had failed He accused ministers of breaking election pledges to tighten up on immigration. + tightening tight·en·ing the tightening of state control over press and broadcasting
If you tighten a rope or chain, or if it tightens, it is stretched or pulled hard until it is straight. The anchorman flung his whole weight back, tightening the rope The cables tightened and he was lifted gradually from the deck. slacken
make tight or tighter; "Tighten the wire"
To draw tighter; to straiten; to make more close in any manner
If a part of your body tightens, the muscles in it become tense and stiff, for example because you are angry or afraid. Sofia's throat had tightened and she couldn't speak relax + tightening tight·en·ing a headache caused by tension which results in tightening of the muscles in the neck
tighten one's belt
To be more frugal. To make difficult economic savings due to a lowering of expected income

In the current crisis, we will have to tighten our belts.

tighten the purse strings
To decrease spending or disallow increased spending; to increase control of spending
tighten the noose
(Ev ile ilgili) Make a situation more difficult to escape from
tighten one's belt
live frugally and use less resources; "In the new economy, we all have to lear to tighten our belts
tighten the belt
wear the belt closer to one's body; save money when one is not in a good financial situation
tighten up
restrict; "Tighten the rules"; "stiffen the regulations"
tighten up
If a group, team, or organization tightens up, they make an effort to control what they are doing more closely, in order to become more efficient and successful. I want us to be a bit more sensible this time and tighten up. see also tighten 4, 6 loosen up
tightening
Present participle of tighten
tightening
Becoming more tight
Tightened
hardened
To tighten
tight
tightened
made tighter or more stringent; "endured tightened economic controls"
tightened
made tight or tighter; "the tightened ropes"; "a tightened bolt
tightened
made tight or tighter; "the tightened ropes"; "a tightened bolt"
tightened
past of tight
tightener
Something used to tighten
tightener
{i} person or thing that tightens
tightener
a tightening pulley
tightener
That which tightens; specifically Mach
tighteners
plural of tightener
tightening
{i} fastening, strengthening; act of making something tighter; become tight or tighter; making skin less lax, act of making the sking tighter
tightening
that is becoming more tight
tightening
the act of making something tighter; "the tightening of economic controls
tightening
the act of making something tighter; "the tightening of economic controls"
tightens
third-person singular of tighten
tighten
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