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Meaning of “taut” - Learner’s Dictionary

taut

adjective     /tɔːt/
stretched very tight: My skin feels taut.Tight and tightening
Translations of “taut”
in Arabic مَشدود…
in Korean 팽팽한…
in Malaysian tegang…
in French (bien) tendu…
in Turkish çok gergin, iyice gerilmiş…
in Italian teso, tirato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 興奮的/緊張的, (神經等)緊張的,興奮的…
in Russian туго натянутый…
in Polish napięty…
in Vietnamese căng…
in Spanish tirante, tenso…
in Portuguese esticado, teso, retesado…
in Thai ตึง…
in German straff…
in Catalan tibant, tens…
in Japanese ぴんと張った, 張り詰めた…
in Indonesian kencang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 兴奋的/紧张的, (神经等)紧张的,兴奋的…
(Definition of taut from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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