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  • attach or fasten with string or similar cord.
    E.g. they tied Max to a chair
  • restrict or limit (someone) to a particular situation or place.
    E.g. she didn't want to be like her mother, tied to a feckless man
  • connect; link.
    E.g. more firms are realizing that their fate is tied to the community in which they operate
  • achieve the same score or ranking as another competitor or team.
    E.g. Norman needed a par to tie with Nicklaus
  • a piece of string, cord, or similar used for fastening or tying something.
    E.g. he tightened the tie of his robe
  • a rod or beam holding parts of a structure together.
  • a thing that unites or links people.
    E.g. it is important that we keep family ties strong
  • 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.
    E.g. his hand went up to his collar and started to loosen his tie
  • 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.
    E.g. there was a tie for first place
  • a sports match between two or more players or teams in which the winners proceed to the next round of the competition.
    E.g. Swindon Town have won themselves a third round tie against Oldham

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