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tie-up US English

A link or connection, especially one between commercial companies

tie-up New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)

tie someone up US English

Bind someone’s legs and arms together or bind someone to something so that they cannot move or escape

tie something up US English

Bind or fasten something securely with rope, cord, or string

be tied up in tie someone up US English

Occupy someone to the exclusion of any other activity

be tied up in tie something up US English

Invest or reserve capital so that it is not immediately available for use

tie US English

Connect; link

tie someone up in tie US English

Bind someone’s legs and arms together or bind someone to something so that they cannot move or escape

be tied up in tie US English

Occupy someone to the exclusion of any other activity

tie something up in tie US English

Bind or fasten something securely with rope, cord, or string

tie someone in knots US English

Make someone completely confused

tie someone in knots in knot1 US English

Make someone completely confused

tie someone/something up in tie US Thesaurus

robbers tied her up and ransacked her home


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