Tier meaning

tîr
A rank or class.
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The definition of a tier is someone who ties things.

An example of a tier is a mother who helps a child with the laces of their shoes.

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Tier means a row or layer.

An example of a tier is an upper level of chairs in a theater.

An example of a tier is one of three layers of a wedding cake.

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One of a series of rows placed one above another.

A stadium with four tiers of seats.

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To arrange (something) into or rise in tiers.

Tier a wedding cake; balconies that tier upward.

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One that ties.

A tier of knots.

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A row, or rank, of seats.
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Any of a series of rows, layers, ranks, etc. arranged one above or behind another.
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To arrange or be arranged in tiers.

A three-tiered wedding cake, one-tier tax system.

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A person or thing that ties.
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A type of pinafore formerly worn by children.
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One who ties (knots, etc).
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Something that ties.
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A layer or rank, especially of seats or a wedding cake.
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Origin of tier

  • Middle English tire row, rank from Old French from tirer to draw out tirade
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Maybe from Middle French, from Old French tirer, "draw, pull out".
    From Wiktionary
  • tie + -er
    From Wiktionary