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English definition of “tight”
/tɑɪt/ adj, adv [-er/-est only] (FIRMLY TOGETHER)
› (held or kept together) firmly or closely: You have to wrap the bandage tight enough so that it really supports your ankle. Make sure the door is shut tight (= completely closed) before you leave. › Clothes that are tight fit the body closely, sometimes so closely that they are uncomfortable: She wore a tight black skirt. These shoes feel a bit tight. › If you say about two people that they are tight, you mean they are close friends.