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Tight Meaning in Bengali. Tight শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Tight meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Tight".

"Tight Meaning"


Tight বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Tight in English? What does Tight mean? What is another word for Tight? Definition of Tight.

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Similar Words: tight, tight chops, tight corner, tight corners, tight embrace, tight embraces, tight fisted, tight grasp, tight grasps, tight grip,

Tight Example in a sentence

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Tight History and Origin

History of: Tight

Tight Synonyms

compact strong stiff solid strained sturdy steady fast inflexible tense taut stable quick rigid thick narrow cramped bound crowded dense drawn enduring established firm fixed invulnerable secure set tenacious unbending unyielding hidebound tightened clasped close-fitting constricted contracted skintight stretched

Tight Definition

adjective, tighter, tightest.
1.
firmly or closely fixed in place; not easily moved; secure:
a tight knot.
2.
drawn or stretched so as to be tense; taut.
3.
affording little or no extra room; fitting closely, especially too closely:
a tight collar.
4.
difficult to deal with or manage:
to be in a tight situation.
5.
of such close or compacted texture, or fitted together so closely, as to be impervious to water, air, steam, etc.:
a good, tight roof.
6.
concise; terse:
a tight style of writing.
7.
firm; rigid:
his tight control of the company.
8.
carefully arranged or organized and full; affording little leeway; compact:
a tight schedule.
9.
nearly even; close:
a tight race.
10.
Informal.
  1. close, as friends; familiar or intimate.
  2. united:
    The strikers are tight in their refusal to accept the proposed contract.
11.
parsimonious; stingy.
12.
Slang. amazing; cool:
Your new place is tight!
13.
Older Slang. drunk; tipsy.
14.
characterized by scarcity or eager demand; costly; limited; restricted:
a tight job market; tight money.
15.
Journalism. (of a newspaper) having more news available than is required for or utilizable in a particular issue.
16.
Baseball. inside (def 18).
17.
Scot. and North England. competent or skillful.
18.
tidy.
19.
neatly or well built or made.
adverb, tighter, tightest.
20.
in a tight manner; closely; firmly; securely; tensely:
Shut the door tight. The shirt fit tight across the shoulders.
21.
soundly or deeply:
to sleep tight.
Idioms
22.
sit tight, to take no action.

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