Tie

  • 161 TIE — Take It Easy …

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  • 162 tie —    a can on    American    to dismiss from employment    Punning on can1 and the cruel practice of tying an old can to the tail of a stray cat to drive it away …

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  • 163 tie in — to connect with something else The merchandise was tied in with the movie and had very good sales …

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  • 164 tie in — be or cause to be in harmony with something. → tidy something away …

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  • 165 tie-in — noun a connection or association. ↘a book, film, or other product produced to take commercial advantage of a related work in another medium. ↘[as modifier] chiefly N. Amer. denoting sales made conditionally on the purchase of an additional item… …

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  • 166 tie-up — noun 1》 a link or connection, especially one between commercial companies.     ↘US a telecommunications link or network. 2》 N. Amer. a building where cattle are tied up for the night.     ↘a place for mooring a boat. 3》 N. Amer. a traffic hold up …

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  • 167 TIE — abbr. Theatre in Education …

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  • 168 tie up — Confine, restrain, hinder from motion …

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  • 169 tie — I. v. a. 1. Bind, fasten (with a cord or string), manacle, shackle, fetter. 2. Knit, interlace, complicate, knot, entangle. 3. Unite, join, connect, link, fasten, hold, bind, knit, lock, yoke. 4. Oblige, constrain, restrain, confine. II. n. 1.… …

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  • 170 tie-in — noun (C) a product such as a record, book, or toy that is connected with a new film, TV show etc …

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  • 171 tie-in — A collaboration between two or more organizations, working as partners in a promotional effort …

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  • 172 tie-up — n 1. slow up, slowdown, delay, retardation; stoppage, blockage, clog, congestion, jam, logjam, traffic jam, bottleneck, Fr. embouteillage, C.B. Radio. parking lot. 2. involvement, connection, association, implication, entanglement, tanglement,… …

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  • 173 ˈtie-in — noun [C] business a product such as a toy or book that is connected with a successful film or television programme …

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  • 174 TIE — • transient ischemic episode …

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  • 175 Tie In — F/A/V A power feed obtained by temporarily clipping on to the main service of a location. This methodology is illegal in many areas. (Lighting) …

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  • 176 tie-in — /ˈtaɪ ɪn/ (say tuy in) noun the linking of one product to another that boosts its sales, as a book to a film or television program …

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  • 177 tie-up — /ˈtaɪ ʌp/ (say tuy up) noun 1. an association, link, or connection. 2. a stoppage of business, transportation, etc., on account of a strike, storm, accident, etc …

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  • 178 tie — räkneord (el. tio) …

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  • 179 tie —   1. To bind. Hīki i, nīki i, hāki i, nāki i, mūki i, pūki i, lawa, hele, ho opa a, hoa; lī (as shoelace); ope, pa i (as a package); hīpu u, nīpu u, ho ohīpu u, nakinaki (as a knot); loosely, hūalakē, kāmola, naia (all are rare); about neck, kā… …

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  • 180 tie — /taɪ/ verb to attach or to fasten with string, wire, or other material ● He tied the parcel with thick string. ● She tied two labels on to the parcel. (NOTE: tying – tied) …

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