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  1. tight

    • IPA[tʌɪt]

    英式

    • adj.
      fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move, undo, or open;(of clothes or shoes) close-fitting, especially uncomfortably so
    • adv.
      very firmly, closely, or tensely
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move, undo, or open:

      she twisted her handkerchief into a tight knot

      I prised the tight lid off with my knife

    • 2. (of clothes or shoes) close-fitting, especially uncomfortably so:

      the dress was too tight for her

      a tight-fitting top

    • 3. (of a grip) very firm:

      she released her tight hold on the dog

      presidential advisers keep a tight grip on domestic policy

    • 4. (of a ship, building, or object) well sealed against something such as water or air:

      a light-tight container

    • 5. (of a rope, fabric, or surface) stretched so as to leave no slack; not loose:

      the drawcord pulls tight

    • 6. (of muscles or skin) firm or taut:

      he showed off his tight abs

      the tight skin on your face may start to sag

    • 7. (of part of the body) feeling painful and constricted as a result of anxiety or illness:

      there was a tight feeling in his gut

    • 8. (of appearance or manner) tense, irritated, or angry:

      she gave him a tight smile

    • 9. (of a rule or form of control) strictly imposed:

      security was tight at yesterday's ceremony

    • 10. (of a written work or form) concise, condensed, or well structured:

      a tight argument

    • 11. (of an organization or group of people) disciplined or well coordinated:

      the vocalists are strong and the band is tight

    • 12. (of an area or space) having or allowing little room for manoeuvre:

      a tight parking spot

      it was a tight squeeze in the tiny vestibule

    • 13. (of a bend, turn, or angle) changing direction sharply; having a short radius:

      the coach failed to negotiate the tight bend

    • 14. (of money or time) limited or restricted:

      David was out of work and money was tight

      an ability to work to tight deadlines

    • 15. (of a formation or group) closely or densely packed together:

      he levered the bishop out from a tight knot of clerical wives

    • 16. (of a community or other group of people) having close relations; tight-knit:

      New York's tight Orthodox Jewish community

      the folk were far too tight to let anyone know

    • 17. (of a game or contest) with evenly matched competitors; very close:

      he won in a tight finish

    • 18. not willing to spend or give much money; mean:

      he is tight with his money

    • 19. drunk:

      he got tight on brandy

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. very firmly, closely, or tensely:

      he went downstairs, holding tight to the bannisters

    • adj. (of a garment) fitting close to and showing the contours of the body.

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    • n. a person who spends as little money as possible; a miser:

    • he's a notorious tight-arse and is always very hesitant about coughing up for anything

      when it comes to money, I’m a tight-ass who is at pains to avoid looking like one

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    • adj. inhibited, repressed, or excessively conventional:

    • a tight-assed good guy who believes himself so superior that he does not want to behave badly

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    • n. an inhibited, repressed, or excessively conventional person:

    • a well-worn Hollywood theme—repressed tight-ass reformed by intrusion of uncouth slob

      you are the most buttoned-up tight-arse that I have ever met

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    • adj. mean with money; miserly:

    • I come from a family of tight-arsed bargain hunters

      firms can be liberal in spending money on equipment but tight-assed regarding people

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    • n. money or financing that is available only at high rates of interest.

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    • adj. (of a group of people) bound together by strong relationships and common interests:

    • tight-knit mining communities

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    • ph. To be patient and await the next move.

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    • IPA[tīt]

    美式

    • adj.
      fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move, undo, or open:
    • she twisted her handkerchief into a tight knot
    • adv.
      very firmly, closely, or tensely:
    • he went downstairs, holding tight to the banisters

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  2. 知識+

    • tight和tightly的用法

      tight vs. tightly (used as an adverb) Tight 表示一種動作後, 所造成之”狀態” 而且... and nuts. As an adverb, Tight不能放在過去分詞前面, Tightly 則可...

    • low and tight的中文怎麼說

      ... seatbelt fastened low (i.e. across your hips) and tight when seated at all times. 當你坐著時 ,請靠低綁緊安全帶。 other...

    • 英文翻譯(jar lid tight) ?

      jar lid tight很明顯是個比喻。用瓶蓋栓得很緊來比喻甚麼呢?請看:http://www.voanews... (CBS NEWS): “The presidential race looks jar-lid-tight. We could be in for a long night, as voters decide whether Vice...