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tie-up British & World English

A link or connection, especially one between commercial companies

tie-up English Thesaurus

the Mumbai-based firm is contemplating tie-ups with software houses abroad

tie-up New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)

tie someone up British & World English

Bind someone so that they cannot move or escape

tie British & World English

Connect; link

tie someone up in tie British & World English

Bind someone so that they cannot move or escape

tie someone in knots British & World English

Make someone completely confused

tie someone in knots in knot1 British & World English

Make someone completely confused

tie someone/something up in tie English Thesaurus

Gabriel tied up his pony


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