Tie-rod \Tie"-rod\, n. A rod used as a tie. See {Tie}. [1913 Webster]

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  • tie rod — 1. an iron or steel rod serving as a structural tie, esp. one keeping the lower ends of a roof truss, arch, etc., from spreading. 2. Auto. a rod that serves as part of the linkage in the steering system. [1830 40] * * * …   Universalium

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  • tie-rod — noun Date: 1839 a rod (as of steel) used as a connecting member or brace …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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