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ties
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
tie /tai/
  • danh từ
    • dây buộc, dây cột, dây trói; dây giày
    • ca vát
    • nơ, nút
    • bím tóc
    • (kiến trúc) thanh nối; (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) tà vẹt đường ray
    • (nghĩa bóng) mối ràng buộc, quan hệ
      • ties of blood: quan hệ dòng máu
    • sự ràng buộc, sự hạn chế
    • (chính trị); (thể dục,thể thao) sự nang phiếu, sự ngang điểm
      • the game ended in a tie: trận đấu kết thúc ngang điểm
    • (âm nhạc) dấu nối
    • ngoại động từ
      • buộc, cột, trói
        • to tie a buffalo to a tree: buộc một con trâu vào cây
        • to tie one's shoe-laces: buộc dây giày của mình
      • thắt
        • to tie a knot: thắt nút
      • liên kết, nối
        • a steel bar ties the two columns: một thanh thép nối hai cột
      • (nghĩa bóng) rảng buộc, trói buộc, cột; giữ lại
        • to be tied to one's work: bị công việc ràng buộc
      • (âm nhạc) đặt dấu nối
      • nội động từ
        • ngang điểm, ngang phiếu, hoà nhau
          • the two teams tied: hai đội ngang điểm
        • cột, buộc, cài
          • does this sash tie in front or at the back?: cái khăn quàng này buộc đằng trước hay đằng sau?
        • to tie down
          • cột, buộc vào, ràng buộc
        • to tie a man down to a contract: ràng buộc một người vào một hợp đồng
        • to tie on
          • cột, buộc (nhãn hiệu)
        • to tie up
          • cột, buộc, trói
        • (y học) buộc, băng (một vết thương)
        • (tài chính) giữ lại, giữ nằm im (một số tiền)
        • (pháp lý) làm cho không huỷ được, làm cho không bán được, làm cho không nhường được (một di sản)
        • (nghĩa bóng) giữ lại, trói buộc
        • to be tied up
          • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) bắt buộc phải ngừng hoạt động (vì đình công...)
        • to get tied up
          • kết hôn, lấy vợ, lấy chồng
        • to tie someone's tongue
          • khoá miệng ai lại, bưng miệng ai lại
      Concise Dictionary
      tying|ties|tiedtaɪ
      noun
      +neckwear consisting of a long narrow piece of material worn (mostly by men) under a collar and tied in knot at the front
      +a social or business relationship
      +the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided
      +a horizontal beam used to prevent two other structural members from spreading apart or separating
      +a fastener that serves to join or connect
      +equality of score in a contest
      +(music) a slur over two notes of the same pitch; indicates that the note is to be sustained for their combined time value
      +one of the cross braces that support the rails on a railway track
      +a cord (or string or ribbon or wire etc.) with which something is tied
      verb
      +fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord
      +finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc.
      +limit or restrict to
      +connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces
      +form a knot or bow in
      +create social or emotional ties
      +perform a marriage ceremony
      +make by tying pieces together
      +unite musical notes by a tie

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 bind, fasten, make fast, tie up, lash, secure, truss, attach, tether, rope, chain, moor; connect, join, knot, link, couple, splice, unite:
      He keeps a vicious dog tied to a stake in his garden. Tie the ends of the rope together.
      2 bind, truss (up), tie up, lash, pinion, restrict, confine, restrain; limit, tie down, curtail, curb, cramp, hamper, hinder:
      His hands are tied behind his back. According to the terms of the agreement, my hands are tied and I can do nothing.
      3 connect, associate, unite, join, link, bind (up), affiliate, ally, league, team (up):
      Our business interests are tied to those of the major banks.
      4 equal, even, be equal or even (with), match, be neck and neck (with):
      We tied them for first place. Yesterday, we were tied for second.
      5 tie down.
      (a) clinch, secure, confirm, Colloq nail down:
      I tied down the PBT contract this morning.
      (b) restrict, restrain, constrain, confine, curtail:
      He won't marry because he doesn't want to feel tied down.
      6 tie in.
      (a) be consistent, make sense, correspond, coincide, fit (in), be logical, coordinate:
      His alibi ties in with the witness's testimony.
      (b) relate, connect, link, associate, coordinate:
      They cleverly tie in concern for the environment with their product.
      7 tie up.
      (a) occupy, engage, (keep) busy:
      This affair will tie me up till Tuesday.
      (b) use, take up, encroach on, impose on:
      I won't tie up your time any longer.
      (c) stop, halt, bring to a standstill:
      The traffic was tied up for hours.
      (d) commit, oblige, obligate, bind:
      We have tied up all their output for a year.
      (e) See 1, above.
      (f) See 2, above.
      n.
      8 link, fastening, bond, band, connection, tie-up, relationship, affiliation, liaison, involvement, entanglement:
      Isn't there some tie between those two companies?
      9 string, cord, lace, rope, thong, ribbon, band, ligature, shoelace, line, leash, stop:
      The tie of her dressing-gown came loose.
      10 equality, dead heat, deadlock, draw, stalemate:
      When there is a tie, the game ought to go into 'sudden death' overtime.
      11 cravat, US necktie:
      Please put on a tie for dinner.
      12 railway tie, sleeper:
      Ties in Europe are now made of concrete.


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