be tight on

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be tight on
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to fit snugly)
a. quedar apretado en
These shorts are tight on my waist. I go to the gym, but I can't get rid of my muffin top.Estos shorts me quedan apretados en la cintura. Voy al gimnasio, pero no puedo eliminar mis michelines.
2. (to lack money)
a. andar justo de
I'm tight on money, so don't expect any Christmas gifts this year.Ando justo de dinero, así que no esperes regalos de Navidad este año.
b. andar corto de
Can I borrow $50? - No. I'm tight on cash.¿Me prestas $50? - No. Ando corto de plata.
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