Tie

  • 101 tie-in — n. a connection; a liaison. □ And who s your tie in with the Acme Systems Company? □ I got a call from Mary my tie in with the mayor’s office who says it’s all set …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 102 tie — see when spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion trust in God but tie your camel …

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  • 103 tie — [OE] Tie comes from a prehistoric Germanic *taugian. This was derived from the base *taukh , *teuk ‘pull’ (source also of English team and tug and closely related to tow). And this in turn went back to Indo European *deuk , which also produced… …

    Word origins

  • 104 tie in — {v.} To connect with something else; make a connection for. Often used with with . * /The teacher tied in what she said with last week s lesson./ * /The English teacher sometimes gives compositions that tie in with things we are studying in other …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 105 tie-in — {n.} A connection; a point of meeting. * /John s essay on World War II provides a perfect tie in with his earlier work on World War I./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 106 tie in — {v.} To connect with something else; make a connection for. Often used with with . * /The teacher tied in what she said with last week s lesson./ * /The English teacher sometimes gives compositions that tie in with things we are studying in other …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 107 tie-in — {n.} A connection; a point of meeting. * /John s essay on World War II provides a perfect tie in with his earlier work on World War I./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 108 tie in — verb Date: 1793 transitive verb to bring into connection with something relevant: as a. to make the final connection of < tied in the new branch pipeline > b. to coordinate in such a manner as to produce balance and unity < the illustrations were …

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  • 109 tie-up — noun Date: 1851 1. a. a cow stable; also a space for a single cow in a stable b. a mooring place for a boat 2. a slowdown or stoppage of traffic, business, or operation (as by a mechanical breakdown) 3. connection, association < helpful financial …

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  • 110 tie up — verb Date: 1530 transitive verb 1. to attach, fasten, or bind securely; also to wrap up and fasten 2. a. to connect closely ; join < tie up the loose ends > b. to cause to be linked so as to depend on or relate to something 3 …

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  • 111 tie up — verb a) To occupy, detain, keep busy, or delay. He has been tying up the phone lines for hours now. b) To secure with rope …

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  • 112 TIE-2 —  Pour l’article homophone, voir Teck. TIE 2 (pour tyrosine kinase with immunoglobulin and EGF homology domains) ou TEK est un récepteur des cellules endothéliales, et qui est impliqué dans le contrôle de l angiogénèse. C est un récepteur aux …

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  • 113 Tie — Recorded in a wide range of spellings including Tye, Tie, Tight, Tyt, Titt, Tittle, Tythe, and Tyght, this interesting surname is English. It is topographical and originates either from lands known as The tye , being common lands near to a… …

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  • 114 tie-in — noun Tie in is used after these nouns: ↑movie …

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  • 115 tie up — phr verb Tie up is used with these nouns as the object: ↑barge, ↑boat, ↑capital, ↑money, ↑traffic …

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  • 116 TIE — • Technical Integration and Evaluation ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) • Telescopes In Education (Mt. Wilson, NASA, http://tie.jpl.nasa.gov/) • Tippi, Ethiopia internationale Flughafen Kennung …

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  • 117 tie'um — Gullah Words tie, ties, tied, tying him, her, it, them …

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  • 118 tie-up — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. halt, stoppage, blockade, impediment, snarl, [traffic] jam, impasse; informal, association, connection, tie in, liaison. See cooperation, hindrance. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. snag, gridlock,… …

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  • 119 tie up — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To fasten] Syn. wrap, package, secure; see close 4 , enclose 1 . 2. [To obstruct] Syn. hinder, stop, delay; see hinder . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To make fast or firmly fixed, as by means of a cord or rope: bind,… …

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  • 120 TIE — [1] Technical Integration and Evaluation ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) [2] Telescopes In Education (Mt. Wilson, NASA, http://tie.jpl.nasa.gov/) [3] Tippi, Ethiopia internationale Fughafen Kennung …

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