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Translation of "taut" - English-Spanish dictionary

taut

adjective   /tɔːt/
stretched very tight tenso, tirante My skin feels taut.
tautly adverb /tɔːt·li/
de manera tirante
tautness noun [no plural] /tɔːt·nəs/
tensión, tirantez
(Definition of taut from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

taut

adjective /toːt/
pulled tight tirante, tenso Keep the string taut while you tie a knot in it.
tauten verb
to make or become taut tensar, estirar The ropes were tautened.
(Definition of taut from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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