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  1. tie

    • IPA[tʌɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      attach or fasten with string or similar cord;fasten (something) to or round someone or something by means of its strings or by forming the ends into a knot or bow
    • n.
      a piece of string, cord, or similar used for fastening or tying something;a shoe tied with a lace.
    • noun: tie, plural noun: ties

    • verb: tie, 3rd person present: ties, gerund or present participle: tying, past tense: tied, past participle: tied

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. attach or fasten with string or similar cord:

      Gabriel tied up his horse

      they tied Max to a chair

    • 2. fasten (something) to or round someone or something by means of its strings or by forming the ends into a knot or bow:

      Lewis tied on his apron

    • 3. form (a string, ribbon, or lace) into a knot or bow:

      Renwick bent to tie his shoelace

    • 4. form (a knot or bow) in a ribbon, lace, etc.:

      tie a knot in one end of the cotton

    • 5. be fastened with a knot or bow:

      a sarong which ties at the waist

    • 6. restrict or limit (someone) to a particular situation or place:

      she didn't want to be like her mother, tied to a feckless man

      she didn't want to be tied down by a full-time job

    • 7. connect; link:

      self-respect is closely tied up with the esteem in which one is held by one's fellows

    • 8. hold together by a crosspiece or tie:

      ceiling joists are used to tie the rafter feet

    • 9. unite (written notes) by a tie.
    • 10. perform (two notes) as one unbroken note.
    • 11. achieve the same score or ranking as another competitor or team:

      Norman needed a par to tie with Nicklaus

      Muir tied the score at 5–5

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a piece of string, cord, or similar used for fastening or tying something:

      he tightened the tie of his robe

    • 2. a shoe tied with a lace.
    • 3. a rod or beam holding parts of a structure together.
    • 4. short for cross tie
    • 5. a curved line above or below two notes of the same pitch indicating that they are to be played for the combined duration of their time values.
    • 6. a thing that unites or links people:

      it is important that we keep family ties strong

    • 7. a thing that restricts someone's freedom of action:

      some cities and merchants were freed from feudal ties

    • 8. 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:

      his hand went up to his collar and started to loosen his tie

    • 9. 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:

      there was a tie for first place

    • 10. a game in which the scores are level and both sides have completed their innings, as distinct from a draw (a game left incomplete through lack of time).
    • 11. a sports match between two or more players or teams in which the winners proceed to the next round of the competition:

      Swindon Town have won themselves a third round tie against Oldham

    • adj. fastened or attached with string or similar cord:

    • a neatly tied package

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    • v. present participle of tie

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    • v. present participle of tie

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    • n. a link or connection, especially one between commercial companies:

    • marketing tie-ups

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    • n. a link or connection, especially one between commercial companies:

    • marketing tie-ups

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    • n. a connection or association:

    • there's a tie-in to another case I'm working on

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    • n. a connection or association:

    • there's a tie-in to another case I'm working on

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    • n. a necktie in the form of a bow or a knot with two loops.

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    • IPA[tī]

    美式

    • v.
      attach or fasten (someone or something) with string or similar cord:
    • they tied Max to a chair

      her long hair was tied back in a bow

    • n.
      a piece of string, cord, or the like used for fastening or tying something:
    • he tightened the tie of his robe

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  2. 知識+

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    • ties which last an entire life

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