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tied British & World English

Fastened or attached with string or similar cord

with one hand behind one's back British & World English

With serious limitations or restrictions

tied in tie British & World English

Attach or fasten with string or similar cord

cup-tied British & World English

(Of a soccer player) ineligible to play for one’s club in a cup competition as a result of having played for another club in an earlier round

tongue-tied British & World English

Too shy or embarrassed to speak

tongue-tied English Thesaurus

usually he was tongue-tied with strangers

have one's hands tied British & World English

Be unable to act freely

tie British & World English

Restrict or limit (someone) to a particular situation or place

tied to someone's apron strings British & World English

Too much under someone’s influence and control

hog-tie British & World English

Secure (a person or animal) by fastening the hands and feet or all four feet together

tie something in in tie British & World English

Cause something to fit or harmonize with something else (or fit or harmonize with something)

tie something in British & World English

Cause something to fit or harmonize with something else (or fit or harmonize with something)

tie into in tie British & World English

Attack or get to work on vigorously

tie into British & World English

Attack or get to work on vigorously

tie someone up in tie British & World English

Bind someone so that they cannot move or escape

tie someone up British & World English

Bind someone so that they cannot move or escape

tie someone in knots in knot1 British & World English

Make someone completely confused

tie someone in knots British & World English

Make someone completely confused

tied to someone's apron strings in apron British & World English

Too much under someone’s influence and control

fit to be tied in fit1 English Thesaurus

I was fit to be tied, I was so mad

bind someone hand and foot in hand British & World English

Tie someone’s hands and feet together

bind someone hand and foot British & World English

Tie someone’s hands and feet together

with one hand behind one's back in hand British & World English

With serious limitations or restrictions


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