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tight

1. mod. stingy. She’s really tight with her cash.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. Frank was tight and didn’t want to drive.
3. mod. stressful; with little margin for error. When the schedule is tight and we are busy as all get out, the telephone won’t stop ringing.
4. mod. cool; super. His new car is tight!
5. mod. close to someone; friendly with someone. Those two are really tight. True buds.
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Along with Los Angeles, Manhattan has one of the tightest housing markets in the nation.
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Right now we've had one of the tightest markets we've ever had.
5 percent, it is one of the tightest markets in the State; asking rents above $34 per square-foot for prime space, the highest in New Jersey; and low operating costs, real estate taxes and electrical rates.
Recent growth prompted Fallon McElligott to look beyond the Flatiron District, which is one of the tightest submarkets in New York for space requirements greater than 50,000 square feet," said David J.
18 Columbia Turnpike will provide a desirable large block of new Class A space in one of the state's tightest markets.