Tightin Up




Tightin Up

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Tighten up definition is - to become more strict or effective or to make (something) more strict or effective. How to use tighten up in a sentence.

to get it together. In a political context - In favor of large, intrusive government that violates or suppresses individual rights; characterized by a "law and order" approach; failing to support civil liberties and/or economic freedom in society; undemocratic In a non-political context - Bossy, controlling, domineering.

"Tighten Up" is a song by Houston, Texas–based R&B vocal group Archie Bell & the Drells. It reached No. 1 on both the Billboard R&B and pop charts in the spring of It is ranked # on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the Greatest Songs of .

Prison slang for "pay attention". Can also be used to tell another inmate to stop goofing off.


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  1. Fele

    Definition of tighten up: to become more strict or effective or to make (something) more strict or effective Security around the building has tightened up recently. They tightened up security around the building.

  2. Meztilabar

    2. To cause something to become tighter. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "tighten" and "up." Make sure you regularly tighten everything up on your bike—it all gets loose over time. I tightened up my grip on my purse as I passed through the dark alley.

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