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hurriedly / without delay
urgent / emergency
  *紧* | 紧* | *紧
tight / strict / close at hand / near / urgent / tense / hard up / short of money / to tighten
inseparably close
nervous / keyed up / intense / tense / strained / in short supply / scarce / CL: 陣|阵
compact / terse / tight (schedule)
to follow precisely / to comply with
to grasp firmly / to pay special attention to / to rush in / to make the most of
closely / tightly
compact car model
pressing / urgent
in short supply / scarce
to be right next to / close neighbor
to stick close to / to press up against
to tighten up (restrictions etc)
to intensify / to speed up / to step up
important / urgent
to stick closely to (a topic or theme etc)
to snatch time / to rush / to hurry (up) / to seize the moment
(economics) to reduce / to curtail / to cut back / to tighten / austerity / tightening / crunch
to stretch taut / (of muscles etc) taut / strained / tense
to hold firmly, not let go
to gaze / to stare fixedly
to be right next to / to lean closely against
unimportant / not serious / it doesn't matter / never mind / it looks all right, but
to clamp / to grip
to compress
to close securely / tightly closed / secure
(a length of) elastic
emergency evacuation
to follow closely behind sb or sth (idiom)
to coordinate closely / to act in close partnership with
critical / crucial / vital
immediately adjacent / immediately following / to follow closely on
to press hard / to close in on
to stretch taut
the Band-tightening Spell (in 西遊記|西游记) / a spell or incantation for controlling sb
to pull tight / tensioning
to fasten tightly with a hoop
indifferent / insignificant
tight / firm / dense / packed
in short supply / dire / tense / critical / hard-pressed / important
hypertension / excessive stress
emergency medical care
urgent and important moment (idiom); critical juncture
state of emergency
gird / tighten
(merchandise) in high demand
to pursue closely
to squeeze
short of money / hard up
lit. to bite the teeth tightly (idiom); fig. to grit one's teeth and bear the pain / to bite the bullet
to tighten
tense situation / standoff
to hug / to embrace
to close firmly / to fasten securely / to make fast / to lock
to pinch / to squeeze tightly
to tighten / to contract / to shrink in
compact set
(fig.) the situation is tense
to wrap tightly / to wind tightly / to bind / close-fitting (clothes)
closely interrelated / intimately related
urgent / in a great hurry / in intimate relationship with sb
tightfisted / stingy / short of money / hard up
tight fitting / hard up (i.e. lacking money)
strict / tight
to concentrate on studying hard
tight / stretched / (face, lips) taut / strained
Federal Emergency Management Agency / FEMA
emergency management
to tighten one's belt / to live more frugally
tight (i.e. lacking money) / hard up / same as 緊巴巴|紧巴巴
to keep a close eye on sb (idiom)
not important / of no consequence
emergency risk
supply shortage
unimportant / not serious / it doesn't matter / never mind
closely woven fabric
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
lockjaw / trismus
Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS)

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