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Translation of "tight" - English-Turkish dictionary

tight

adjective     /taɪt/
FIRM
B2 firm and difficult to move sıkı, dar Make sure the knot is tight.Tight and tightening
CLOTHES
B1 fitting your body very closely sımsıkı, bedene sıkıca oturan; bedeni sımsıkı saran a tight skirtTight and tightening
CONTROLLED
B2 controlled and obeying all rules completely sıkı sıkıya bağlı; titizlikle uyan tight security They kept tight control of the school budget.Tight and tightening
STRAIGHT
If cloth, wire, skin, etc is tight, it has been pulled so that it is straight or smooth. gergin, gerili, gerilmiş Tight and tightening
NOT MUCH
If money, time, or space is tight, there is only just enough of it. kıt kanaat, sadece ihtiyacı karşılayan; ucu ucuna We should get six people into the car but it will be tight.Poverty and poor
tightly adverb
B2 sıkı sıkı, ancak yetecek kadar
tightness noun [U]
sıkışıklık, sıkı olma durumu
→  See also keep a tight rein on sb/sth
(Definition of tight adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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