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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To fasten or secure with or as if with a cord, rope, or strap: tied the kite to a post; tie up a bundle.
- verb-transitive: To fasten by drawing together the parts or sides and knotting with strings or laces: tied her shoes.
- verb-transitive: To make by fastening ends or parts: tie a knot.
- verb-transitive: To put a knot or bow in: tie a neck scarf.
- verb-transitive: To confine or restrict as if with cord: duties that tied him to the office.
- verb-transitive: To bring together in relationship; connect or unite: friends who were tied by common interests; people who are tied by blood or marriage.
- verb-transitive: To equal (an opponent or an opponent's score) in a contest.
- verb-transitive: To equal an opponent's score in (a contest): tied the game with minutes remaining.
- verb-transitive: Music To join (notes) by a tie.
- verb-intransitive: To be fastened or attached: The apron ties at the back.
- verb-intransitive: To achieve equal scores in a contest.
- noun: A cord, string, or other means by which something is tied.
- noun: Something that connects or unites; a link: a blood tie; marital ties.
- noun: A necktie.
- noun: A beam or rod that joins parts and gives support.
- noun: One of the beams, usually made of wood, that are laid across a railroad bed to secure the rails.
- noun: An equality of scores, votes, or performance in a contest: The election ended in a tie.
- noun: A contest so resulting; a draw.
- noun: Music A curved line above or below two notes of the same pitch, indicating that the tone is to be sustained for their combined duration.
- phrasal-verb: tie in To bring into or have a close or effective relation; connect or coordinate: two events that do not tie in; tying the movie promotion in with the book sales.
- phrasal-verb: tie into To attack energetically.
- phrasal-verb: tie up Nautical To secure or be secured to a shore or pier; dock.
- phrasal-verb: tie up To impede the progress of; block: The accident tied up traffic.
- phrasal-verb: tie up To keep occupied; engage: She was tied up in a meeting all morning. The phone was tied up for an hour.
- phrasal-verb: tie up To place (funds) so as to make inaccessible for other uses: tied up her cash in long-term investments.
- idiom: tie one on Slang To become intoxicated; go on a drinking spree.
- idiom: tie the knot Slang To get married.
- idiom: tie the knot Slang To perform a marriage ceremony.
- to tie to pririšti
- to tie up to
- to tie up with amer. susijungti