- 1 1.1 (ajustado) tight esta falda me queda muy apretada this skirt is very tight on me o too tight for me este nudo está muy apretado this knot is very tight no hagas el punto tan apretado don't knit so tightly tiene la letra muy apretada he has very cramped handwriting 1.2 (de dinero) este mes andamos or estamos apretados we're a little short of money this month, money's a bit tight this month [colloquial/familiar] 1.3 (apretujado) cramped íbamos muy apretados it was o we were very cramped caben cinco pero bastante apretados there's room for five but it's a tight squeeze o it's a little cramped en ese piso tan pequeño viven muy apretados they're very cramped in that tiny apartment
- 4 (Ven) [familiar/colloquial] 4.1 (de carácter fuerte) strict 4.2 (abusador) este sí que es apretado he sure has (some) nerve (AmE) he's really got a nerve (BrE)
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