Pronunciation: (sinch), [key]
1. a strong girth used on stock saddles, having a ring at each end to which a strap running from the saddle is secured.
2. a firm hold or tight grip.
3. Informal.
a. something sure or easy: This problem is a cinch.
b. a person or thing certain to fulfill an expectation, esp. a team or contestant certain to win a sporting event: The Giants are a cinch to win Sunday's game.

1. to gird with a cinch; gird or bind firmly.
2. seize on or make sure of; guarantee: Ability and hard work cinched her success.


Pronunciation: (sinch), [key]
n. Cards.
a variety of the game all fours.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

C. in Ccinch belt
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