tight

suomi-englanti sanakirja

tight englannista suomeksi

  1. tiukkaan

  2. tiukka

  3. kireä, timmi

  4. tiivis

  5. saita

  6. niukka

  7. tiheä

  8. yhteen puristettu

  9. juovuspäissään oleva, juovuspäissään

  10. tiiviisti

  1. tiukka, kireä, timmi

  2. Verbi

  3. Substantiivi

tight englanniksi

  1. Firmly held together; compact; not loose or open.

  2. (ux)

  3. Unyielding or firm.

  4. Under high tension; taut.

  5. (quote-book)|title=(w)

  6. {{quote-journal|en|date=November 10, 2011|author=Jeremy Wilson|work=Telegraph|title=England Under 21 5 Iceland Under 21 0: match report

  7. Scarce, hard to come by.

  8. Intimately friendly.

  9. Miserly or frugal.

  10. (quote-song)

  11. Narrow, such that it is difficult for something or someone to pass through it.

  12. (quote-journal) keeps his cool to see off Iceland amid blaze of late drama|passage=England squeezed high and dominated the ball, penning Iceland back but the hosts kept the lines tight and it became clear that England would have to work for their openings.

  13. Fitting close, or too close, to the body.

  14. Of a turn, sharp, so that the timeframe for making it is narrow and following it is difficult.

  15. Lacking holes; difficult to penetrate; waterproof.

  16. 1965, ''MotorBoating'', page 145

  17. He reported the hull was tight and secure and did not leak a drop.
  18. 2014, Ian Black, "Courts kept busy as Jordan works to crush support for Isis", ''The Guardian'', 27 November:

  19. Security is tight inside and outside the building, guarded by a bewildering collection of soldiers, policemen and gendarmes. Relatives watch as prisoners in handcuffs and leg irons shuffle past.
  20. Well-rehearsed and accurate in execution.

  21. Not conceding many goals.

  22. 2014, Doyle (journalist)|Paul Doyle, "Southampton hammer eight past hapless Sunderland in barmy encounter", ''The Guardian'', 18 October 2014:

  23. The odd thing was that Sunderland made the better start and showed early signs that they might pose serious problems to the Premier League’s tightest defence.
  24. Intoxicated; drunk or acting like being drunk.

  25. 1940, Effie Butler, ''(w)'':

  26. I'm going to celebrate my divorce! And then I'm going to get tight.
  27. (quote-book)|year=1980|origyear=1962|chapter=3|page=38|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/spywholovedme0000flem_r3y1/page/38/mode/1up|isbn=978-0-85997-465-3|passage=And then he insisted on champagne for dinner and by the time we got to our little cinema we were both rather tight.

  28. 2001, (w), ''Johnny Tarr'' (on the album ''(w)''):

  29. Johnny walked into the Castle Bar, looking to get tight.
  30. Extraordinarily great or special.

  31. Mean; unfair; unkind.

  32. 1977, Willy Russell, ''Our Day Out'', Act One, Scene One:

  33. Reilly: Ey, Miss, hang on, hang on... can we come with y', Miss? Can we?
    Digga: Go on, Miss, don't be tight, let's come.
  34. 2001, Kevin Sampson, ''Outlaws'', p.244:

  35. "Ah leave him, ay!" goes one of the girls. "Don't be tight." I turns to her. "Don't you think it's tight terrorising old ladies? Ay?"
  36. 2011, Andrew Hicks, "Thai Girl: A story of the one who said 'no'", unnumbered page:

  37. "That's right ... so even when life's a grind, the Thais keep smiling. They think the ''farang'' are a miserable lot who have to get drunk to enjoy themselves."
    "Dutch, that's tight mate, I mean what's wrong with getting pissed. When you're not working, you gotta have a good time," said Darren.
  38. (q) Limited or restricted.

  39. (quote-journal)

  40. Not ragged; whole; neat; tidy.

  41. (RQ:Evelyn Diary)

  42. clad very plain, but clean and tight
  43. 1714, (w), ''The What D'ye Call It''

  44. I'll spin and card, and keep our children tight.
  45. 1887, (w), ''Ruddigore''

  46. Richard: But here she comes! ... (Enter Rose — he is much struck by her.) By the Port Admiral, but she's a tight little craft!
  47. (RQ:Chambers Younger Set)from time to time squinting sideways, as usual, in the ever-renewed expectation that he might catch a glimpse of his stiff, retroussé moustache.

  48. Handy; adroit; brisk.

  49. Of a player, who plays very few hands. (rfex)

  50. Using a strategy which involves playing very few hands. (rfex)

  51. Intimate, close, close-knit.

  52. (syn)

  53. Firmly, so as not to come loose easily.

  54. ''Make sure the lid is closed tight.''

  55. (quote-book)

  56. Soundly.

  57. ''Good night, sleep tight.''

  58. To tighten.

  59. (l) (q)

  60. (synonyms)

  61. (l) (q)

  62. suit, dress