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Definición de “taut” en inglés

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tautadjective

uk   /tɔːt/  us   /tɑːt/

taut adjective (TIGHT)

tight or completely stretched: a taut rope He kept his eyes on the road ahead, his face taut with concentration.

taut adjective (EXCITED/NERVOUS)

literary excited or nervous: His latest film was described in today's paper as a taut thriller. There was a taut edge to Niall's voice.

taut adjective (WRITING/SPEECH)

literary Taut writing or speech is controlled, clear, and short: taut prose
tautly
adverb uk   /ˈtɔːt.li/  us   /ˈtɑːt-/
tautness
noun [U] uk   /ˈtɔːt.nəs/  us   /ˈtɑːt-/
Traducciones de “taut”
en árabe مَشدود…
en coreano 팽팽한…
in Malaysian tegang…
en francés (bien) tendu…
en turco çok gergin, iyice gerilmiş…
en italiano teso, tirato…
en chino (tradicionál) 緊的, 拉緊的,繃緊的…
en ruso туго натянутый…
en polaco napięty…
in Vietnamese căng…
en español tirante, tenso…
en portugués esticado, teso, retesado…
in Thai ตึง…
en alemán straff…
en catalán tibant, tens…
en japonés ぴんと張った, 張り詰めた…
in Indonesian kencang…
en chino (simplificado) 紧的, 拉紧的,绷紧的…
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