简明英汉词典

tight
[taIt]
adj.
紧的, 绷紧的, 紧密的, 不漏水(不透气)的, 由压迫产生的, 困难的, 吝啬的, 严厉的
adv.
紧紧地

美国传统词典[双解]

tight
tight
AHD:[tot]
D.J.[tait]
K.K.[ta!t]
adj.(形容词)
tight.ertight.est

(1)

Fixed or fastened firmly in place:
紧的,牢固的:很紧地固定或绑在一个地方的:
a tight lid; tight screws; a tight knot.
很紧的盖子;拧得很紧的螺丝钉;系得很紧的结

(2)

Stretched or drawn out fully:
拉紧的,绷紧的:充分伸长或拉长的:
a tight wire; a tight drumhead.
拉得很紧的线;绷得很紧的鼓膜

(3)

Of such close construction as to be impermeable:
密封的,不漏的:结构紧密以至不透水的:
cloth tight enough to hold water; warm in our tight little cabin.
布料紧密且不透水;在我们结实的小屋里很温暖

(4)

Leaving little empty space through compression; compact:
密集的:通过压缩留下很少空间的;致密的:
a tight suitcase; a tight weave.
压得很实的衣箱;密织法

(5)

Affording little spare time; full:
紧凑的:提供极少的空闲时间的;满满的:
a tight schedule.
安排得满满的时间表

(6)

Closely reasoned or concise:
推理严密或简洁的:
a tight argument; a tight style of writing.
推理严密的论证;简洁的写作风格

(7)

Fitting close or too close to the skin; snug:
紧身的,紧贴的:紧紧地或过紧地贴在皮肤上的;紧身的:
a tight collar; a fit that was much too tight.
过紧的领子;过于紧身的衣服

(8)

Slang Personally close; intimate:
【俚语】 个人间密切的;亲密的:
“me and the D.A., who happen to be very tight with one another”(Tom Wolfe)
“我和那位文学博士碰巧关系很密切”(汤姆·沃尔夫)

(9)

Experiencing a feeling of constriction:
经历一种压迫感的:
a tight feeling in the chest.
胸部有一种压迫感

(10)

Reluctant to spend or give; stingy.
吝啬的:不愿意花费或给予的;吝啬的

(11)

Obtainable with difficulty or only at a high price:
难得到的:很困难或以高价得到的:
tight money.
银根紧

(12)

Affected by scarcity:
商品难得到的:受稀有影响的:
a tight market.
供不应求的市场

(13)

Difficult to deal with or get out of:
麻烦的,棘手的:很难处理或很难脱离的:
a tight spot.
困境

(14)

Barely profitable:
几乎无利可图的:
a tight bargain.
一笔微利的交易

(15)

Closely contested; close:
势均力敌的:竞争势均力敌的;不分上下的:
a tight match.
势均力敌的比赛

(16)

Chiefly British Neat and trim in appearance or arrangement.
【多用于英国】 整洁的:外表或安排上整齐有序的

(17)

Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
严格的:以对物品或下级的全盘控制为特征的;严格的:
tight management; a tight orchestral performance.
严格的管理;整齐划一的管弦乐队演出

(18)

Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
【俚语】 喝醉了的;醉的

(19)

Baseball Inside.
【棒球】 场内的
adv.(副词)
tightertightest

(1)

Firmly; securely.
坚实地;牢固地

(2)

Soundly:
甜美地:
sleep tight.
睡得很香

(3)

Snugly or with constriction:
紧绷地:紧贴地或压迫地:
My shoes are laced too tight.
我的鞋系得太紧了

语源

(1)

Middle English [dense]
中古英语 [浓密的]

(2)

[of Scandinavian origin]
[源于斯堪的那维亚语]

继承用法

tightly
adv.(副词)

tightness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

tighttauttense

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “not slack or loose on account of being pulled or drawn out fully”:
这些形容词共有的中心意思是“由于充分拉长或伸展而在外表上不松弛或不松散”:
a tight skirt;
很紧的裙子;
taut sails;
扯满了的帆;
tense piano strings. See also Synonyms at stingy
绷紧的钢琴弦 参见同义词 stingy

用法
Tight is used as an adverb following verbs that denote a process of closure or constriction, as squeeze, shut, close, tie, and hold. In this use it is subtly distinct from the adverb tightly. Tight denotes the state resulting from the process, whereas tightly denotes the manner of its application. As such, tight is more appropriate when the focus is on a state that endures for some time after the activity has ended. The sentence She closed up the house tight suggests preparation for an impending blizzard. By the same token, it is more natural to say The windows were frozen tight than The windows were frozen tightly, since in this case the tightness of the seal is not likely to be the result of the manner in which the windows were frozen. With a few verbs tight is used idiomatically as an intensive and is the only possible form: sleep tight; sit tight. Tight can be used only following the verb: The house was tightly (not tight ) shut.
Tight 作副词用在表示关闭或压迫过程的动词后, 如squeeze,shut,close,tie 和 hold 。 在这种用法中,它与副词tightly有细微的差别。 Tight 表示过程导致的状态,而tightly 表示使用这些动作的方式。 因此,当焦点放在动作结束后仍然能持续一段时间的状态时,用tight 更为恰当。 句子她把房子的门窗紧紧地关起来 中表示准备迎接即将来到的暴风雪。 同样,我们说The windows were frozen tight 比 The windows were frozen tightly 更为自然, 因为这里的密封不大可能是窗子被冻上的结果。tight 还与几个动词结合惯用为加强语气的成分,且是唯一可能的形式: sleep tight; sit tight。 Tight 只能用于动词后:房子紧紧地 (而非 tight ) 关闭着 。

现代英汉词典

tight
[taIt]
adj.

(1)

(捆、绑、贴)紧的
Tie the knot as tight as you can.
尽量把这个结打紧。
The big boy tried to climb through the window of the warehouse, but it's a tight fit.
那个胖男孩孩想从仓库的窗户里爬过去,不过他太胖了身子不易通过。
Tight shoes can hurt your feet.
紧鞋子可能弄伤你的脚。

(2)

拉紧的;绷紧的

(3)

装满的;填满的;忙碌的

(4)

密封的;不漏的

(5)

银根紧的

(6)

醉了的,醉醺醺的

词性变化

tight
adv.
紧紧地

用法词典

tight
来自古英语thight强的

英文相关词典

tight
close    closefisted    compact    firm    miserly    rare    rigid    scarce    skimpy    snug    sparse    stiff    stingy    taut    tense    ungenerous    loose    

[七国语言]英汉矿业大词典

tight
密实的

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

tight
紧密的

美国传统词典

tight
tight
AHD:[tot]
D.J.[tait]
K.K.[ta!t]
adj.
tight.er, tight.est

(1)

Fixed or fastened firmly in place:
a tight lid; tight screws; a tight knot.

(2)

Stretched or drawn out fully:
a tight wire; a tight drumhead.

(3)

Of such close construction as to be impermeable:
cloth tight enough to hold water; warm in our tight little cabin.

(4)

Leaving little empty space through compression; compact:
a tight suitcase; a tight weave.

(5)

Affording little spare time; full:
a tight schedule.

(6)

Closely reasoned or concise:
a tight argument; a tight style of writing.

(7)

Fitting close or too close to the skin; snug:
a tight collar; a fit that was much too tight.

(8)

Slang Personally close; intimate:
“me and the D.A., who happen to be very tight with one another”(Tom Wolfe)

(9)

Experiencing a feeling of constriction:
a tight feeling in the chest.

(10)

Reluctant to spend or give; stingy.

(11)

Obtainable with difficulty or only at a high price:
tight money.

(12)

Affected by scarcity:
a tight market.

(13)

Difficult to deal with or get out of:
a tight spot.

(14)

Barely profitable:
a tight bargain.

(15)

Closely contested; close:
a tight match.

(16)

Chiefly British Neat and trim in appearance or arrangement.

(17)

Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
tight management; a tight orchestral performance.

(18)

Slang Intoxicated; drunk.

(19)

Baseball Inside.
adv.
tighter, tightest

(1)

Firmly; securely.

(2)

Soundly:
sleep tight.

(3)

Snugly or with constriction:
My shoes are laced too tight.

语源

(1)

Middle English [dense]

(2)

[of Scandinavian origin]

继承用法

tightly
adv.

tightness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

tight, taut, tense

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “not slack or loose on account of being pulled or drawn out fully”:
a tight skirt;
taut sails;
tense piano strings. See also Synonyms at stingy

用法
Tight is used as an adverb following verbs that denote a process of closure or constriction, as squeeze, shut, close, tie, and hold. In this use it is subtly distinct from the adverb tightly. Tight denotes the state resulting from the process, whereas tightly denotes the manner of its application. As such, tight is more appropriate when the focus is on a state that endures for some time after the activity has ended. The sentence She closed up the house tight suggests preparation for an impending blizzard. By the same token, it is more natural to say The windows were frozen tight than The windows were frozen tightly, since in this case the tightness of the seal is not likely to be the result of the manner in which the windows were frozen. With a few verbs tight is used idiomatically as an intensive and is the only possible form: sleep tight; sit tight. Tight can be used only following the verb: The house was tightly (not tight ) shut.

[名词委审定]英汉数学名词(1993)

tight
胎紧[的]

英汉船舶大词典

tight
n.不漏的

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

tight
【WIN】紧密

英汉电信大词典

tight
n.坚固的,紧密的

英汉地质大词典

tight
n.紧贴的,闭合的,坚固的

英汉航空大词典

tight
n.紧的;n.紧固

英汉化学大词典

tight
adj.紧的,密的,严厉,坚固的,密封的;adv.紧紧地

英汉海运大词典

tight
紧的,紧张的紧密的,不漏的防……的,不透……的

基本词义

tight
不松动的,密封的,透不过的,紧的,紧张的,紧密的,不漏的,防…的,不透…的

基本词义

tight
紧的,不松动的紧密的,密封的,不漏的,透不过的

基本词义

tight
紧的,不松动的紧密的密封的,不漏的透不过的

英汉计算机大词典

tight
adj.紧的(密的,严厉);adv.紧紧地

英汉机械大词典

tight
adj.无空隙,水式空气等不漏

英汉建筑大词典

tight
n.水密钻孔紧固

英汉农牧林大词典

tight
n.紧的

英汉汽车大词典

tight
n.紧密的,坚固的,密的

英汉水利大词典

tight
n.拉紧的,致密的,密封的

英汉医学大词典

tight
n.密封的

英汉中医大词典

tight
n.紧的,密封的

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