cinch

  1. any activity that is easy to do
  2. stable gear consisting of a band around a horse's belly that holds the saddle in place
  3. a form of all fours in which the players bid for the privilege of naming trumps

cinch

[n] - stable gear consisting of a band around a horse`s belly that holds the saddle in place 2. [n] - any undertaking that is easy to do 3. [n] - a form of all fours in which the players bid for the privilege of naming trumps 4. [v] - tie a cinch around 5. [v] - make sure of 6. [v] - get a grip on
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Cinch

A connector primarily used for the transmittance of video - and audio signals.
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Cinch

Cinch noun [ Spanish cincha , from Latin cingere to gird.] 1. A strong saddle girth, as of canvas. [ West. U. S.] 2. A tight grip. [ Colloq.]
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Cinch

Cinch transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cinched ; present participle & verbal noun Cinch'ing .] 1. To put a cinch upon; to girth tightly. [ Western U. S.] 2. To get a sure hold upon; to get into a tight place, ...
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Cinch

Cinch intransitive verb To perform the action of cinching; to tighten the cinch; -- often with up . [ Western U. S.]
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cinch

girth noun stable gear consisting of a band around a horse`s belly that holds the saddle in place
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cinch

picnic noun any undertaking that is easy to do; `marketing this product will be no picnic`
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Cinch

• (n.) A strong saddle girth, as of canvas. • (n.) A tight grip. • (v. i.) To perform the action of cinching; to tighten the cinch; -- often with up. • (v. t.) In the game of cinch, to protect (a trick) by playing a higher trump than the five. • (v. t.) To put a cinch upon; to girth tightly. • (v. t.) To get a sure hol...
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Cinch

• (n.) A strong saddle girth, as of canvas. • (n.) A tight grip. • (v. i.) To perform the action of cinching; to tighten the cinch; -- often with up. • (v. t.) In the game of cinch, to protect (a trick) by playing a higher trump than the five. • (v. t.) To put a cinch upon; to girth tightly. • (v. t.) To get a sure hol...
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cinch

(from the article `all fours`) Cinch, also known as pedro, is a variant of all fours that includes partnerships and bidding, two features that favour more-skillful players. This ...
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Cinch

Cinch is slang for an easy task.
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Cinch

A cinch is a strong saddle girth, usually of canvas, formerly popular in the western USA.
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Cinch

Same as girth, used to hold saddle on
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Cinch

Band that fastens a Western saddle in place
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Cinch

[card game] Cinch, also known as Double Pedro or High Five, is an American trick-taking card game derived from Pitch via Pedro. Developed in Denver, Colorado in the 1880s, it was soon regarded as the most important member of the All Fours family but went out of fashion with the rise of Auction Bridge. The game is primarily played by 4 playe...
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cinch

the leather or fabric band that secures a Western saddle to the horse. Some Western saddles have a back cinch, which is not pulled tight. (The English equivalent of a cinch is a girth.)
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