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to tighten

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  • tighten — UK [ˈtaɪt(ə)n] / US or tighten up UK / US verb Word forms tighten : present tense I/you/we/they tighten he/she/it tightens present participle tightening past tense tightened past participle tightened Word forms tighten up : present tense… …   English dictionary

  • Tighten Up (Archie Bell & the Drells song) — Tighten Up (Part 1) Single by Archie Bell the Drells from the album Tighten Up LP [1] Released 1968 Format 7 , 12 …   Wikipedia

  • Tighten Up (The Black Keys song) — Tighten Up Single by The Black Keys from the album Brothers B side …   Wikipedia

  • Tighten Up — may refer to: Tighten Up (Archie Bell the Drells album) Tighten Up (Archie Bell the Drells song) Tighten Up (Electronic song) Tighten Up (The Black Keys song) Tighten Up, a 1960s series of reggae compilation albums issued by Trojan Records See… …   Wikipedia

  • Tighten Up Vol. 88 — Tighten Up, Vol. 88 Studio album by Big Audio Dynamite Released June 1988 …   Wikipedia

  • tighten your belt — phrase to spend less money We’re tightening our belts after the holidays. Thesaurus: to save money, or to be careful with moneyhyponym to buy somethingsynonym Main entry: tighten * * * tighten your belt …   Useful english dictionary

  • tighten one's belt — {v. phr.} To live on less money than usual; use less food and other things. * /When father lost his job we had to tighten our belts./ Often used in the expression tighten one s belt another notch . * /When the husband lost his job, the Smiths had …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • tighten one's belt — {v. phr.} To live on less money than usual; use less food and other things. * /When father lost his job we had to tighten our belts./ Often used in the expression tighten one s belt another notch . * /When the husband lost his job, the Smiths had …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Tighten Up (Electronic song) — Tighten Up Single by Electronic from the album Electronic Released July 1991 (19 …   Wikipedia

  • tighten — UK US /ˈtaɪtən/ verb [I or T] ► (also tighten up) GOVERNMENT, LAW to make a rule, system, or law stronger and more difficult to ignore: tighten controls/rules/regulation »There were renewed calls to tighten controls on imported products. ►… …   Financial and business terms

  • tighten the screws — To increase pressure (esp on someone to do something) • • • Main Entry: ↑tight * * * tighten the screws informal : to put more pressure on someone or something to do something We need to tighten the screws on people who ve been evading the tax. • …   Useful english dictionary

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