adjective see tie I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • tieless — adjective Not wearing a tie (neckwear) …   Wiktionary

  • tieless — tieˈless adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑tie …   Useful english dictionary

  • tie — I. noun Etymology: Middle English teg, tye, from Old English tēag; akin to Old Norse taug rope, Old English tēon to pull more at tow Date: before 12th century 1. a. a line, ribbon, or cord used for fastening, uniting, or drawing something closed; …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Докинз, Клинтон Ричард — Клинтон Ричард Докинз Clinton Richard Dawkins …   Википедия

  • tie — verb (ties, tying, tied) 1》 attach or fasten with string, cord, etc.     ↘form into a knot or bow.     ↘(tie someone up) restrict someone s movement by binding their arms or legs or binding them to something. 2》 (also tie someone down) restrict… …   English new terms dictionary

  • tie — v. & n. v. (tying) 1 tr. attach or fasten with string or cord etc. (tie the dog to the gate; tie his hands together; tied on a label). 2 tr. a form (a string, ribbon, shoelace, necktie, etc.) into a knot or bow. b form (a knot or bow) in this way …   Useful english dictionary

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