To affix something in(to some surface) with a nail or some similar fastener. A noun or pronoun can be used between "nail" and "in." I tried nailing the. nail verb (FASTEN) to fasten something with nails: She had nailed a small shelf to the door. A notice had been nailed up on the wall. The lid. Nailed it is an expression used to comment on the successful, skillful, or clever completion or performance of something. It's often used sarcastically in. to make fast or keep firmly in one place or position: Surprise nailed him to the spot. nailed; nailing; nails. Definition of nail (Entry 2 of 2). transitive verb. 1: to fasten with or as if with a nail. 2: to fix in steady attention nailed. Synonyms & Antonyms of nailed · 1 to deliver a blow to (someone or something) usually in a strong vigorous manner · 2 to make final, definite, or beyond dispute. Nailed — may refer to: Nailed (band), a band from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK Nailed (CSI episode), an episode of the television series CSI: Miami Nailed. Translations in context of "nailed it" in English-Russian from Reverso Context: You pretty much nailed it, Crock. Nailing it: Nailed it (Past Tense): 1. Accomplishing or completing some with the utmost amount of competence, style, talent etc. 2. Nailing it is hitting it. 'Nailed it' is an exclamation in reaction to something that has been a success, or something has been perfectly explained, or something.
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