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tight

adjective
 
/taɪt/
B1 fitting your body very closely
(服などが)きつい, (体に)ぴったりした
a tight skirt →  Opposite loose
firm and difficult to move
(結び目・ビンのふたなどが)堅い
Make sure the knot is tight.
strongly controlled and obeying all rules completely
(規則などが)厳しい
They kept tight control of the budget.
tightly /taɪt·li/ adverb
厳しく, 堅く, しっかりと
tightness /taɪt·nəs/ noun [no plural]
きついこと, 窮屈, 緊張
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