Spanish translation of 'tight-lipped'
Example Sentences Including 'tight-lipped'
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High street banks and building societies remain tight-lipped about any progress being made.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
But they are keeping tight-lipped about which players might be attending.The Sun (2012)
Coronation Street insiders are keeping tight-lipped about who she will murder.The Sun (2009)
Officials at the museum are keeping tight-lipped about new items.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Those at the meeting with Gove remained tight-lipped over its tenor and mood.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It remains tight-lipped about how much the car would cost in the real world, mainly because it will be prohibitively expensive.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
AS one leading boss launched into the energy costs row, another yesterday remained tight-lipped on the subject.The Sun (2013)
All three stayed tight-lipped on their arrival in England.The Sun (2014)
Bosses are keeping tight-lipped about WHO he will play.The Sun (2008)
But although she remained tight-lipped yesterday, a few lines on her blog go a long way to explaining how she sees her role in the affairs.The Sun (2016)
But he stayed tight-lipped about headlining Glastonbury this summer.The Sun (2017)
But ministers remained tight-lipped on details.The Sun (2010)
But the script has not been finished - and bosses are keeping tight-lipped about her role.The Sun (2007)
He turned up for training yesterday as City remained tight-lipped on the deal.The Sun (2013)
Police have remained tight-lipped about a possible motive for his murder and refused to say if anything was stolen.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Producers are keeping tight-lipped over whether the winning pooch will make aviation history.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
She refuses to talk openly about her personal life these days, and her family and friends remain tight-lipped too.The Sun (2010)
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Used Rarely. tight-lipped is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of tight-lipped from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary