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tie-down

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Definition of tie-down in English:

noun

A device to which something may be attached or secured with rope, cord, or similar.
Example sentences
  • A rubber mat and four tie-downs make the loadspace adaptable for many uses.
  • The scats are not removable, an idea that would make for even more storage space, but the seat latches can double as tie-downs when the seats are flipped forward.
  • A slight S-curve flows through body sides punctuated by large, bluff wheel arches, and bed tie-downs are integrated into the upper pickup box surface just below the edge of the bed liner.

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