Tie

  • 61 tie — 1. verb 1) they tied Max to a chair Syn: bind, tie up, tether, hitch, strap, truss, fetter, rope, chain, make fast, moor, lash, attach, fasten, fix, secure, join, connect …

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  • 62 tie*/*/ — [taɪ] (present participle tying) verb I 1) [T] to fasten two ends of a piece of string, rope etc together with a knot, or to fasten things together with string, rope etc Sally bent down to tie her shoelaces.[/ex] They tied one end of the rope to… …

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  • 63 tie in — UK US tie in Phrasal Verb with tie({{}}/taɪ/ verb (tying, tied, tied) ► [I or T] MARKETING to plan something so that it happens as part of another activity: tie in with sth »The product launch date was set to tie in with the movie release. tie… …

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  • 64 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… …

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  • 65 tie — {{11}}tie (n.) that with which anything is tied, O.E. teag, from P.Gmc. *taugo (Cf. O.N. taug tie, tygill string ), from PIE *deuk to pull, to lead (Cf. O.E. teon to draw, pull, drag; see DUKE (Cf. duke) (n.)). Figurative sense is recorded from… …

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  • 66 tie — v 1. tie up, hogtie, truss, wrap or wrap up, li gate, bandage or bandage up; fasten, attach, join, connect, link, yoke, unite, wed, couple, hook together, splice; bind, secure, strap, moor, fix firmly, make fast; fitch, tether, stake, picket,… …

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  • 67 tie up — phrasal verb Word forms tie up : present tense I/you/we/they tie up he/she/it ties up present participle tying up past tense tied up past participle tied up 1) [transitive] to tie the ends of something together Tie up your shoelaces before you… …

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  • 68 tie sb in — UK US tie sb in Phrasal Verb with tie({{}}/taɪ/ verb (tying, tied, tied) ► FINANCE to make people agree to particular conditions when they borrow, invest, or buy a product, especially relating to the minimum period of time the agreement can last …

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  • 69 tie — Synonyms and related words: Roman collar, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, accent, accent mark, accord, accouple, accumulate, addition, adherence, adhesion, adjunct, affairs, affiliate, affiliation, affinity, agent, agglomeration, agglutinate,… …

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  • 70 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; …

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  • 71 tie up — Synonyms and related words: Anschluss, act in concert, act together, addition, affiliate, affiliation, afterthought, agglomeration, agglutination, aggregation, agreement, alight, alignment, alliance, ally, amalgamate, amalgamation, anchor,… …

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  • 72 tie-up — n. stoppage 1) to cause a tie up 2) a traffic tie up link 3) a tie up to; with * * * [ taɪʌp] with [ link ] a tie up to [ stoppage ] to cause a tie up a traffic tie up …

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  • 73 tie up — 1) PHRASAL VERB When you tie something up, you fasten string or rope round it so that it is firm or secure. [V P n (not pron)] He tied up the bag and took it outside. [Also V n P] 2) PHRASAL VERB If someone ties another person up, they fasten… …

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  • 74 tie-in — /tuy in /, adj. 1. pertaining to or designating a sale in which the buyer in order to get the item desired must also purchase one or more other, usually undesired, items. 2. of or pertaining to two or more products advertised, marketed, or sold… …

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  • 75 tie — 1. noun /taɪ/ a) A necktie (item of clothing consisting of a strip of cloth tied around the neck). See also bow tie, black tie. The FA Cup third round tie between Liverpool and Cardiff was their first meeting in the competition since 1957. b) The …

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  • 76 tie in — Synonyms and related words: accord, act in concert, act together, addition, adjunct, affairs, affect, affiliate, affiliation, affinity, agglomeration, agglutination, aggregation, alignment, alliance, ally, amalgamate, amalgamation, answer to,… …

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  • 77 tie — 1. verb 1) he tied the boat to the jetty Syn: bind, tie up, tether, hitch, strap, truss, fetter, rope, make fast, moor, lash 2) he bent to tie his shoelaces Syn …

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  • 78 tie-up — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms tie up : singular tie up plural tie ups 1) an agreement between two or more companies or organizations to become business partners tie up with: a tie up with a Dutch company 2) American a situation where… …

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  • 80 tie-up — noun (C) informal 1 an agreement to become business partners (+ with): IBM s tie up with Auspex System Inc 2 BrE a close connection between two or more things, especially when one causes the other (+ between): the tie up between class interests… …

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