Translation of close-knit in Spanish:


unido, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌkloʊsˈnɪt/ /kləʊsˈnɪt/


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    • Meals together are crucial to the building of a close-knit and joyful community.
    • You no longer have close-knit mining or ship-building communities.
    • It was little wonder the advert quickened pulses among members of Edinburgh's close-knit financial community.
    • Friends and work colleagues in the close-knit community of Wentworth have already been a huge comfort, he said.
    • Both were well known in this close-knit community and deepest sympathy is extended to their families.
    • We did not have a big, extended family or a close-knit community to draw on, and I have financed everything myself.
    • We, like many others, want to spend a quiet and happy retirement in Lee, it is such a close-knit, safe community.
    • For this close-knit, dependent community it was a painful and terrifying experience.
    • It is a small community, a close-knit community and crimes of this nature are very, very rare.
    • One of the school's strengths is its place at the centre of a close-knit village community.
    • Anna has relatives scattered all over Italy and recreates the intimacy of a close-knit family life in her work.
    • He also had a spell at Reading but only really felt happy when he was back in the bosom of his close-knit family and friends.
    • There are only eight teaching staff, and about 20 people work here all together, so it is a close-knit team.
    • We were a close-knit team that was fortunate enough to play together for several years.
    • Her recollection of those early years was of a close-knit happy family that played games together.
    • Brittany began the year by finding out which of her close-knit group of friends shared her classes.
    • There have certainly been persistent rumours of a deep split between a close-knit group of young players and the older squad members.
    • The charity is run by a friendly and close-knit team which aims to promote, protect and improve carers' services in Croydon.
    • As humans, we must fit into a close-knit social system to succeed, yet our primary aim is still to look out for ourselves above all others.
    • It would be difficult to find a more close-knit team than ours.
    • The law enforcement community, like the armed forces, has always been very close-knit.