Tight monetary policy: A course of action undertaken by a central bank such as the Federal Reserve to slow down overheated economic growth – to constrict spending in an economy that is seen to be accelerating too quickly or to curb inflation when it is rising too fast.

Stay tight: If you’re in the middle of a game and about to do objective and someone says “stay tight” it is referring to your formation; or to pay attention and focus. Make sure you’re with your team. If you have just won the game and everyone is saying gg and someone says “stay tight” they are probably wishing you well.

Tight corner: A difficult situation

Tight squeeze: A situation in which people or things are very crowded together. It’ll be a tight squeeze, but we can all fit in one car.

Tight squelch: Often a squelch setting can be found that will unmute the receiver when the strong transmitter signal is received, but not when only the weaker interfering signal is present. Unfortunately, a high or “tight” squelch setting usually will also reduce the maximum range of the wireless system.

On a tight leash: To maintain strict or tight control over one; to not allow one very much independence or autonomy

Tight lie: In golf, a “tight lie” is what the golfer faces when his golf ball comes to rest in a spot where there is very little grass underneath the ball. That might mean short, sparse turf or even bare dirt. The term “tight lie” also implies that the ground under the ball is compact or firm.

Tightlining: Tightlining your eyes (also known as “invisible eye liner”) is a great way to add subtle definition to your peepers. Most people think that the point of tightlining is to make your eyes look bigger.

Tight loop: In assembly languages, a loop which contains few instructions and iterates many times.(programming) Such a loop which heavily uses I/O or processing resources, failing to adequately share them with other programs running in the operating system.

Tight muscle: Muscle stiffness is when your muscles feel tight and you find it more difficult to move than usual, especially after rest. You may also have muscle pains, cramping, and discomfort. This is different from muscle rigidity and spasticity.

Tight market: A market with narrow bid-ask spreads. A tight market for a security or commodity is characterized by abundant liquidity and frenetic trading activity. Intense price competition on both the buyers’ and sellers’ sides leads to tight spreads, the hallmark of a tight market.

Tight margin: A tight profit margin usually leads to reduced spending and may be the cause of management problems or outside problems. Whatever the case, a tight profit margin indicates that a business is likely keeping a watchful eye over its finances.

Tight heart: Aortic stenosis is the medical term used for a tight aortic valve. The aortic valve is the valve through which blood leaves the heart. A tight valve means greater stress on the heart and less blood to the body.

High, tight flag: A Rare Chart Pattern And Produces Big Gains. The high, tight flag is a rare chart pattern, but a few companies with extraordinary fundamentals will form it and break out to superior stock price gains.

Tight and high: Although “high and tight” is a term commonly used within the military and law enforcement communities, the same haircut is sometimes referred to by civilians as a “Walker”, meaning that the back and sides are shaved to the skin and the top is blended or faded into slightly longer hair.

Tight knit: used to describe a group of people who care about each other and who are very friendly with each other.

Tightrope walking: Also called funambulism, is the skill of walking along a thin wire or rope. It has a long tradition in various countries and is commonly associated with the circus.

Tightrope surgery: one type of Extracapsular or Lateral Suture Stablization (LSS) technique. In the Tightrope repair, instead of a “traditional” heavy suture material, a branded material called FiberTape (made by Arthrex) is utilized.

Bubble tight: A phrase describing the sealing ability of a valve. During air pressure testing of a new valve in the closed position, leakage past the seats is collected and bubbled through water. To qualify as bubble-tight, no bubbles should be observed in a prescribed time span.

Tight schedule: a small amount of time to do something. We have a tight schedule to get this project done.

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

Tight smile: This smile happens as the lips are stretched across the face and no teeth are showing with very little upward curl in the corner of the mouth and indicates a hidden attitude or thought, uncertainty, hesitation or lack of confidence.

Tight wine: The term usually refers to a young wine, and it can be applied to a wine’s aromas, flavors or structure. Being tight isn’t always a bad thing. In fact, it’s kind of a backhanded compliment.

Weathertight: sealed against rain and wind.

Wired tight: too nervous or too energetic.

White knuckles tight: A term used to describe when someone is holding onto something extremely tight, due to a stressful or otherwise tense situation.

Tightwad: a mean or miserly person.

Tight jeans: Skinny jeans are skin-tight denim pants that are usually made with stretchy fabric. An example of skinny jeans are the jeans that fit tight from the waist all the way to the ankle. MLA Style.

Tight matrix: Tight matrix, or co-location, refers to locating offices for a project team in the same room, regardless of management structure.

Tight deadline: a time or date when something must definitely be finished.

Tight on time: a small amount of time to do something.

Tight tummy: A tight stomach may have many different causes, including constipation, IBS, and food poisoning. … The feeling can come from the abdominal muscles, the stomach wall lining, or the organs surrounding the stomach. The tight sensation is often a temporary discomfort caused by diet or hormones.

Tight shoulders: Tight shoulders can cause pain or stiffness in your neck, back, and upper body, and limit your daily activities. Your shoulders may feel tight and stiff as the result of stress, tension, and overuse. Tight shoulders can be also caused by sitting for extended periods, incorrect sleeping positions, and injuries.

Tight sleep: sleep well (said to someone when parting from them at night).

Tightline fishing: One effective technique for catching bass during this time is Tightlining. The Tightlining technique originated from anglers fishing TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) lakes that are cold and gin clear.

Rain tight decks: RainTight Decks collect all the water from rain or snow that falls through your decking, and channels it to a gutter system away from your house.

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