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Tight

adjective; derivation
It is a new way for people to be concise and trendy in conversation. It is understood because of its connection with the idea of tight connections. To be tight can have two different meanings. First, it means to have a close relationship with someone that one knows very well. Second, it is a term of excitement or approval of some new idea, comment, or situation. It is a new way for people to be concise and trendy in conversation. It is understood because of its connection with the idea of tight connections.
 
They must be really tight friends!
Etymology : Derives from the word tight – meaning close together, secure.
Source : conversations with friends
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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