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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Fixed or fastened firmly in place: a tight lid; tight screws; a tight knot.
- adjective: Stretched or drawn out fully: a tight wire; a tight drumhead.
- adjective: Of such close construction as to be impermeable: cloth tight enough to hold water; warm in our tight little cabin.
- adjective: Leaving little empty space through compression; compact: a tight suitcase; a tight weave.
- adjective: Affording little spare time; full: a tight schedule.
- adjective: Closely reasoned or concise: a tight argument; a tight style of writing.
- adjective: Fitting close or too close to the skin; snug: a tight collar; a fit that was much too tight.
- adjective: Slang Personally close; intimate: "me and the D.A., who happen to be very tight with one another” ( Tom Wolfe).
- adjective: Experiencing a feeling of constriction: a tight feeling in the chest.
- adjective: Reluctant to spend or give; stingy.
- adjective: Obtainable with difficulty or only at a high price: tight money.
- adjective: Affected by scarcity: a tight market.
- adjective: Difficult to deal with or get out of: a tight spot.
- adjective: Barely profitable: a tight bargain.
- adjective: Closely contested; close: a tight match.
- adjective: Chiefly British Neat and trim in appearance or arrangement.
- adjective: Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm: tight management; a tight orchestral performance.
- adjective: Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
- adjective: Baseball Inside.
- adverb: Firmly; securely.
- adverb: Soundly: sleep tight.
- adverb: Snugly or with constriction: My shoes are laced too tight.