tight

taɪt

Перевод:

Adjective: крутой плотный тугой сжатый
Adverb: плотно туго крепко тесно
Noun: трудное положение свалка вокруг мяча

Фразы:

to draw up nut tight - подтягивать гайку

tight embrace - крепкие объятия

tight fist - сжатый кулак

snug / tight fit - плотно прилегающая одежда

close / tight formation - тесный строй

tight / trim girdle - тесный пояс

to hold smth. tight(ly) - крепко держать что-л.

to hold smb. tight / close - (крепко) обнимать кого-л., прижимать кого-л. к себе

tight jeans - обтягивающие джинсы

to sleep tight - крепко спать

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Примеры:

Hold on tight! - Держись крепче!

The door was shut tight. - Дверь была плотно закрыта.

I kept my eyes tight shut. - Я держал глаза плотно закрытыми.

She always dressed very tight. - Она всегда одевалась очень аккуратно.

I was very tight with him for a long time. - Мы с ним очень долго дружили.

A tight fellow! - Хороший парень!

Is the door shut tight? - Дверь хорошо /плотно/ закрыта?

Don't be so tight! - Не будь таким прижимистым! / Не жмись ты так! / Не жадничай!

Hang on tight! - Держитесь крепче!

Good night, Jenny. Sleep tight! - Спокойной ночи, Дженни. Спи крепко!

They bound his legs tight. - Они крепко связали его ноги. / Ему крепко связали ноги.

The waist of this skirt is too tight. - Эта юбка слишком тесна в талии.

Every boy needs a good tight hand over him. - В воспитании мальчика нужна "твёрдая рука".

Screw the cap on tight. - Плотно завинтите колпачок.

Marie held the baby tightly in her arms. - Мари крепко держала малыша на руках.

Hold tight to the handrail! - Крепко держитесь за поручни!

Her long hair was done up in a tight bun. - Её длинные волосы были собраны в тугой пучок.

These shoes are too tight,” he complained. - — Эти туфли слишком тесные, — пожаловался он.

The lid is on tight. - Крышка закрыта плотно.

These shoes are a little on the tight side. - Эти туфли немного жмут.

He put his arms around her and held her tight. - Он обнял её и крепко прижал к себе.

Pull the ribbon tight and make a bow. - Туго натяните ленту и сделайте бант.

Don't close the lid so tight. - Не закрывайте крышку так туго.

She screwed the cap on tight. - Она туго закрутила колпачок /крышку/.

She made a tight knot in the rope. - Она сделала на верёвке тугой узел.

Help me to cork up this bottle, it's so tight. - Помоги мне закупорить бутылку, пробка очень тугая.

Check that the screws are tight. - Убедитесь, что винты крепко затянуты.

She wore her hair in a tight bun. - Она стягивала волосы в тугой узел.

A tight bandage should stem the bleeding. - Тугая повязка должна приостановить кровотечение.

Tight money supply tends to curb both the economy and the bond market. - Жесткая денежная политика обычно сдерживает экономику и рынок облигаций от перегрева.

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Связанные термины:

sit tight: to wait and see how a difficult situation develops before taking any action

tight-ass: a strait-laced, inhibited person

tight end: a player who lines up near to the tackle

hold tight: If you hold tight, you put your hand round or against something in order to prevent yourself from falling over. A bus driver might say ' Hold tight! ' to you if you are standing on a bus when it is about to move .

skin-tight: Skin-tight clothes fit very tightly so that they show the shape of your body.

sleep tight: You can say ' sleep tight ' to someone when they are going to bed as an affectionate way of saying that you hope they will sleep well.

tight-arse: an inhibited or excessively self-controlled person

tight-arsed: inhibited or conservative in attitude or behaviour

tight-assed: strait-laced and inhibited, as in behavior or attitudes

tight five: the combined front and second rows of a rugby union scrum

tight head: the prop on the hooker's right in the front row of a scrum

tight race: A race is a situation in which people or organizations compete with each other for power or control.

tight ship: an institution, business, etc. that is highly organized and efficiently run, like a naval vessel on which discipline is strictly enforced

tight spot: a serious, difficult, or dangerous situation

finger tight: made as tight as possible by hand

tight contest: A contest is a competition or game in which people try to win.

tight-fisted: If you describe someone as tight-fisted, you disapprove of them because they are unwilling to spend money .

tight-fitting: fitting or covering in a close manner

tight forward: one of a number of forwards who are bound wholly into the scrum

tight-lipped: If you describe someone as tight-lipped, you mean that they are unwilling to give any information about something.

hug-me-tight: a woman's knitted jacket

tight controls: Controls are the methods that a government uses to restrict increases, for example in prices, wages, or weapons .

tight security: Security refers to all the measures that are taken to protect a place, or to ensure that only people with permission enter it or leave it.

to sit tight: If you sit tight, you remain in the same place or situation and do not take any action, usually because you are waiting for something to happen .

tight restrictions: A restriction is an official rule that limits what you can do or that limits the amount or size of something.

in a tight spot: If you are in a tight spot, you are in a difficult situation.

run a tight ship: to keep firm control of the way your business or organization is run, so that it is well organized and efficient

airtight: If a container is airtight, its lid fits so tightly that no air can get in or out.

in a tight corner: in a situation which is difficult to deal with or escape from

watertight: Something that is watertight does not allow water to pass through it, for example because it is tightly sealed .

keep a tight rein on: to control carefully; limit

to keep a tight rein on: If you keep a tight rein on someone, you control them firmly.

in a tight corner/in a tight spot: If you are in a tight corner or in a tight spot, you are in a difficult situation.

in a corner/in a tight corner: If you are in a corner or in a tight corner, you are in a situation which is difficult to deal with and get out of.

keep a tight rein on someone or something: to control someone or something firmly

keep someone on a short leash: to control someone carefully and only allow them a small amount of freedom to do what they want

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Однокоренные слова:

tighten - затянуть, сжимать, сжиматься, натягивать, натягиваться, стягиваться, уплотнять
tightly - плотно, тесно, крепко, туго, наглухо, натуго
tightness - теснота, напряженность
tights - колготки, трико
untight - неплотный, негерметический
tightish - тесноватый, об одежде, трудноватый, тяжеловатый

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