例句1. they tied Max to a chair’
例句3. women who do paid work at home feel themselves tied by childcare responsibilities’
’It was a good hanging,’ said Syme reminiscently.’I think it spoils it when they tie their feet together
Tie the two pieces of string together.
Tie the door back-it keeps banging to and fro in the wind
Tie your car to ours and we’ll tow you home.
Tie your shoe laces in a bow.
Tie your shoelaces.
Tie your shoes.
Tie the string tight on that parcel or it may come undone.
To tie or bind with a ligature.
As a result of the nationwide appraisal activities concerning “creation of fine-quality and brand-name products”, our factory’s tie was rated as the best product of its kind.
The game ended in a tie .
Buck Mulligan stood on a stone, in shirtsleeves, his unclipped tie rippling over his shoulder
Ships usually tie up to a pier in a port.
Tie a knot to join those two pieces of rope.
A striped shirt,suit,tie
All those who were not wearing a tie were refused admission to the club.
A red tie will match that suit.
Tie one end of the rope to the tree and leave the other end free.
Tie this end to the pole but leave the other end free.
A well-tied tie is a first serious step in life.
She bent down to tie her shoe laces.
Tie the knot as tight as you can.
Wearing a coat and tie to a good restaurant is an accepted convention.
The police are trying to tie up the robbery with the recent escape from prison.
The police are trying to tie up his escape from prison with the murder.
The election ended in a tie .
The Blue shirt and gray tie are a good match.
A tie ,slur,or brace.
A unifying or connecting tie or bond.
The tie shows men’s character even better, while the scarf shows women’s elegance just as well.
‘This equipment also can be used to recycle railroad _ties_ , telephone poles, pallets - all of which is removed from the nation’s wastestream.’
‘He made it out of four railroad _ties_ , the 8 x 12 pieces of wood they lay down to support railroad tracks.’
2.A curved line above or below two notes of the same pitch indicating that they are to be played for the combined duration of their time values.
‘A curved line similar to the slur may be used to indicate a portamento effect; the same sign between two adjacent notes of the same pitch serves as a _tie_ .’
‘In a rush, he began writing, though he was careful as he drew in all of the notes and _ties_ .’
3.A game in which the scores are level and both sides have completed their innings, as distinct from a draw (a game left incomplete through lack of time).
‘There was another thriller at Rowntrees when the game ended in a perfect _tie_ with each side making 155-8.’
4.A piece of string, cord, or similar used for fastening or tying something.
‘he tightened the _tie_ of his robe’
‘After he was subdued, cabin crew used plastic _ties_ to restrain his hands.’
5.A result in a game or other competitive situation in which two or more competitors or teams have the same score or ranking; a draw.
‘there was a _tie_ for first place’
‘Once we did that we were the better team by miles for the next 90 minutes of the _tie_ but they had scored early and that killed us.’
6.A rod or beam holding parts of a structure together.
‘This transparency is achievable because the building front is cantilevered and suspended from the main structure by diagonal _ties_ .’
‘All these walls have metal anchors, _ties_ , and fasteners that cause thermal bridges.’
7.A shoe tied with a lace.
‘It had to be untied, loose _ties_ with fat laces, always spotlessly white.’
‘Roper also offers custom-designed _ties_ for larger customers’ needs.’
8.A sports match between two or more players or teams in which the winners proceed to the next round of the competition.
‘Swindon Town have won themselves a third round _tie_ against Oldham’
‘All four Bradford clubs’ interest in the Tetley’s Yorkshire Cup came to an abrupt end in the second round _ties_ .’
9.A strip of material worn round the collar and tied in a knot at the front with the ends hanging down, typically forming part of a man’s smart or formal outfit.
‘his hand went up to his collar and started to loosen his _tie_ ’
‘Honestly, every man in western society needs to have at least one good suit and a couple of dress shirts and _ties_ to go with it.’
10.A thing that restricts someone’s freedom of action.
‘some cities and merchants were freed from feudal _ties_ ’
‘Both are newcomers who claim to be free of special-interest _ties_ .’
11.A thing that unites or links people.
‘it is important that we keep family _ties_ strong’
‘Canada’s finest rock ’n’ roll act, The Sadies, have strong family _ties_ .’
1.Achieve the same score or ranking as another competitor or team.
‘Norman needed a par to _tie_ with Nicklaus’
‘Muir _tied_ the score at 5–5’
2.Attach or fasten with string or similar cord.
‘Gabriel _tied_ up his horse’
‘they _tied_ Max to a chair’
3.Be fastened with a knot or bow.
‘a sarong which _ties_ at the waist’
‘self-respect is closely _tied_ up with the esteem in which one is held by one’s fellows’
‘That is _tied_ up with the elements of the offence, of course, in the first place.’
5.Fasten (something) to or round someone or something by means of its strings or by forming the ends into a knot or bow.
‘Lewis _tied_ on his apron’
‘He bandaged her wounds and _tied_ them tight to stop the bleeding.’
6.Form (a knot or bow) in a ribbon, lace, etc.
‘ _tie_ a knot in one end of the cotton’
‘Demonstrate how to thread a needle and _tie_ a knot.’
7.Form (a string, ribbon, or lace) into a knot or bow.
‘Renwick bent to _tie_ his shoelace’
‘I finished _tying_ the ribbons into a bow under her chin.’
8.Hold together by a crosspiece or tie.
‘ceiling joists are used to _tie_ the rafter feet’
9.Perform (two notes) as one unbroken note.
10.Restrict or limit (someone) to a particular situation or place.
‘she didn’t want to be like her mother, _tied_ to a feckless man’
‘she didn’t want to be _tied_ down by a full-time job’
11.Unite (written notes) by a tie.
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