Tie-in Definition

tīĭn
tie-ins
noun
tie-ins
A tie-in sale or advertisement.
Webster's New World
An article sold in this way.
Webster's New World
A media product, such as a book, video game, or movie, that makes use of material presented in another, usually more well-known media product.
A video game that was a tie-in to a popular movie.
American Heritage
A connection or relationship.
Webster's New World
An advertisement or promotional action connecting one brand or product with another or with a popular event.
American Heritage
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adjective
Designating or of a sale or campaign in which two or more products or items are offered in combination.
Webster's New World

Other Word Forms of Tie-in

Noun

Singular:
tie-in
Plural:
tie-ins

Origin of Tie-in

  • From tie + in.

    From Wiktionary

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