Tie-in meaning

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The definition of a tie-in is a connection, particularly between different items.

An example of a tie-in is a sitcom that makes reference to the top movie of the year.

An example of a tie-in is to offer one article if you purchase another article.

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A connection or association.

The tie-in between economic hardship and civil strife.

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Designating or of a sale or campaign in which two or more products or items are offered in combination.
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A connection or relationship.
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Something that is related or connected to another.
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An authorized product based on a media property, such as a film or video game, by way of cross-promotion.
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An association or connection between things.
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Alternative spelling of tie-in.
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Origin of tie-in

  • From tie + in.
    From Wiktionary