tighter

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} daha sıkı
sıkı

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

tight
sıkı

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

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

tighter security
sıkı güvenlik
tight
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.

tight
gergin

Bir davul kadar gergindir. - It's as tight as a drum.

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

tight
akmaz
tight
{f} sıkıca

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

Ben ona sıkıca sarıldım. - I hugged her tightly.

tight
tıkanmış
tight
sıkı gerilmiş kesat
tight
zorluk çeken
tight
kasılmış
tight
tedariki güç
tight
kısaltılmış sımsıkı
tight
{s} kritik
tight
dapdaracık
tight
başabaş
tight
eli sıkı
tight
su geçmez
tight
{s} sarhoş
tight
{s} iyice gerilmiş, gergin: The
tight
ucu ucuna
tight
zor

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

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

tight
{s} sıkışmış: The lid of the jar is so tight I can't open it. Kavanozun kapağı öyle sıkışmış ki açamıyorum
tight
kısa ve özlü
tight
sarhan
tight
zor elde edilir
tight
sıkıştırmak

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

tight
sıkışmış
tight
kısmık
tight
su geçirmez
tight
(Tekstil) tayt

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

Balerinler tayt, tütü etek ve bale ayakkabısı giyiyorlardı. - The ballerinas wore tights, tutus and ballet slippers.

tight
sıkı sıkı
tight
pinti
tight
geçirmez
tight
sımsıkı
tight
(Argo) kafası dumanlı
tight
kesat
tight
(Argo) çakırkeyif
tight
iyice gerilmiş
tight
kompakt
tight
(pul) zor elde edilir
tight
cimri
tight
esrik
tight
{s} sızdırmaz
tight
tightlysıkı
tight
dili eli sıkı
tight
dili müşkül
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{n} a string to tie women's hair with
Comparative form of tight; more tight
A ribbon or string used to draw clothes closer
tighter than Dick's hatband
See Dick's hatband
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A strategy which involves playing very few hands
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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.

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Intoxicated; drunk or acting like being drunk

We went drinking and got tight.

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Intimately friendly

We've grown tighter over the years.

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Extraordinarily great or special

That is one tight bicycle!.

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

They flew in a tight formation.

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Unfair; unkind

Don't do that. That's tight.

tight
Firmly, so as not to come loose easily

Make sure the lid is closed tight.

tight
Scarce, hard to come by

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

tight
{a} tense, close, difficult, cleanly dressed, tidy
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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
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pressed tightly together; "with lips compressed"
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exasperatingly difficult to handle or circumvent; "a nasty problem"; "a good man to have on your side in a tight situation"
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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
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Pressing; stringent; not easy; firmly held; dear; said of money or the money market
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To tighten
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(of a contest or contestants) evenly matched; "a close contest"; "a close election"; "a tight game"
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to keep a tight rein on: see rein to sit tight: see sit
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of textiles; "a close weave"; "smooth percale with a very tight weave"
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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
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Somewhat intoxicated; tipsy
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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
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Handy; adroit; brisk
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firmly or tightly; "held fast to the rope"; "her foot was stuck fast"; "held tight"
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Highly competitive A tight market is characterized by a small spread between the bid and offer levels for a given security
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Close; parsimonious; saving; as, a man tight in his dealings
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of such close construction as to be impermeable; "a tight roof"; "warm in our tight little house"
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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
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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
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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
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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)
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Handling condition where a car has developed a "push" and feels like it doesn't want to turn The opposite of "loose "
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Generally refers to the body and structure of young wines
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Fitting close, or too close, to the body; as, a tight coat or other garment
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Not ragged; whole; neat; tidy
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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?"
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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
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Intoxicated; drunk
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In line with or extremely close to the inside market or last sale in a stock (+/- 1/8) On the money
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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
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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
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pulled or drawn tight; "taut sails"; "a tight drumhead"; "a tight rope"
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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
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Soundly
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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
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Condition of your belt line after a little too much snacking during the race
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securely or solidly fixed in place; rigid; "the bolts are tight"
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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
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in a close-fitting manner, firmly
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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
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used of persons or behavior; characterized by or indicative of lack of generosity; "a mean person"; "he left a miserly tip"
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Not slack or loose; firmly stretched; taut; applied to a rope, chain, or the like, extended or stretched out
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reduces the space between characters
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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
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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
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A player who plays very few hands
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Declarer is said to be tight when he/she cannot afford to lose any more tricks and still make the contract
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A tight group of people is one whose members are closely linked by beliefs, feelings, or interests. We're a tight group, so we do keep in touch. = close
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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
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A term for young wines Almost an synonym for "dumb"
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Firmly held together; compact; not loose or open; as, tight cloth; a tight knot
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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]
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very drunk
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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"
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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
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If there is very little cushion (grass) between the ball and God's earth, you have a tight lie If the guys in your group don't want to play for some cash, they're tight
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{s} close-fitting, tense, narrow
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Well-rehearsed and accurate in execution
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of Tie
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Bass reproduction that is well controlled, free from hangover, not slow Stereo imaging that is specific, stable, and of the correct width Describes a closely bunched image in A+B double-mono mode that occupies a very narrow space between the loudspeakers
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Describes a wine's structure, concentration and body, as in a "tightly wound" wine Closed or compact are similar terms
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set so close together as to be invulnerable to penetration; "in tight formation"; "a tight blockade
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Easy, 7
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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'
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demanding strict attention to rules and procedures; "rigorous discipline"; "tight security"; "stringent safety measures"
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Same as pushing
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If you hold someone or something tight, you hold them firmly and securely. She just fell into my arms, clutching me tight for a moment Hold on tight! Tight is also an adjective. As he and Henrietta passed through the gate he kept a tight hold of her arm. + tightly tight·ly She climbed back into bed and wrapped her arms tightly round her body
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set so close together as to be invulnerable to penetration; "in tight formation"; "a tight blockade"
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Pushed or pulled together
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A tight contest is one where none of the competitors has a clear advantage or looks likely to win, so that it is difficult to say who the winner will be. It was a very tight match
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This term is used by coaches A LOT, but what does it really mean? A tight body position is not simply straight, or extended, but taught The muscles involved in the extension are squeezed Positions are held rigid so that different parts of the body can move together Any flexing in the joints can reduce the effectiveness of certain motions Much of a gymnasts strength training is to enable "tightness"
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affected by scarcity and expensive to borrow; "tight money"; "a tight market"
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packed closely together; "the stood in a tight little group"; "hair in tight curls"; "the pub was packed tight"
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in an attentive manner; "he remained close on his guard"
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Miserly or frugal
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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 Example: 1 "The course we played on Monday was really tight " 2 "Byron's swing was really tight " 3 "The hole was cut so tight that the pin appeared to be off the green "
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Cf
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Under high tension
tighter

    Турецкое произношение

    taytır

    Произношение

    /ˈtītər/ /ˈtaɪtɜr/

    Этимология

    [ 'tIt ] (adjective.) 1507. alteration of earlier thight close set, dense, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse thEttr tight; akin to Middle High German dIhte thick, Sanskrit tanakti it causes to coagulate.

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