tightknit

tightknit

(ˌtaɪtˈnɪt)
adj
1. closely integrated: a tightknit community.
2. organized carefully and concisely
Translations

tightknit

[ˌtaɪtˈnɪt] adj (family) → unito/a; (programme, schedule) → intenso/a
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We have a very strong and a very tightknit community here in Derrylin and we extend our sympathies to the family of those who died.
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It is a lovely part of Stoke-on-Trent and there is a really tightknit community.
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That experience, of being part of that small and tightknit community of early joiners, was one of my most memorable ones.
We are going with a with tightknit squad next season, so his ability to play well in several positions (is key).