Tie means to fasten or bind two or more things together with string or rope or to make a knot or bow.(verb)
An example of to tie is making a bow with shoelaces.
The definition of a tie is something that connects or bonds two or more people or things together.(noun)
An example of a tie is two people being blood-related.
Tie is defined as a long narrow finished piece of fabric worn around the neck and under the collar of a button-down shirt.(noun)
An example of a tie is what's worn around the neck and knotted at the throat of someone wearing a suit.
See tie in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME tien < OE tigan, tegan; akin to teag, a rope: for IE base see tow
Origin: ME tege, teige < OE teag, teah, a rope
See tie in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb tied tied, ty·ing (tīˈĭng), ties verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English tien
Origin: , from Old English tīgan; see deuk- in Indo-European roots.
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