snug

snug
{snʌg}
I. 1. уютен, топъл и приятен, закътан
2. спретнат, прибран
3. плътно прилепващ (за дреха)
4. доста добър, достатъчен (за доход)
5. скрит, таен
II. 1. подреждам, спретвам
2. гуша се, сгушвам се (up, together)
3. to SNUG down мор. подготвям кораб за буря
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{sn^g} а 1. уютен; топъл и приятен; закътан; 2. спретнат, прибра(2) {sn^g} v 1. подреждам, спретвам; 2. гуша се, сгушвам се (up,
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уютен; спретнат; удобен; достатъчен;
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1. i. уютен, топъл и приятен, закътан 2. ii. подреждам, спретвам 3. to snug down мор. подготвям кораб за буря 4. гуша се, сгушвам се (up, together) 5. доста добър, достатъчен (за доход) 6. плътно прилепващ (за дреха) 7. скрит, таен 8. спретнат, прибран
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snug[snʌg] I. adj 1. уютен; to make o.s. \snug разполагам се удобно; as \snug as a bug in a rug много уютно; 2. прибран, спретнат; 3. плътно прилепващ; пасван; \snug-fitting costume костюм по тялото; 4. достатъчен, удобен; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv snugly; II. v (-gg-) 1. правя уютен, подреждам, устройвам, спретвам; 2. гуша се (с up, together).

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