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tie

US [taɪ]
UK [taɪ]
  • n.领带;联系;关系;束缚
  • v.绑;束缚;捆绑;约束
  • Web平局;和局;拴
Past Tense:tied  Present Participle:tying  Simple Present:ties  
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v.
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tongue-tied
用线╱绳扎牢fasten with string/rope
1.
[t]
~ sth (+ adv./prep.)
(用线、绳等)系,拴,绑,捆,束to attach or hold two or more things together using string, rope, etc.; to fasten sb/sth with string, rope, etc.
She tied the newspapers in a bundle.
她把报纸扎成一捆。
He had to tie her hands together.
他不得不把她的双手绑在一起。
They tied him to a chair with cable.
他们用电缆把他绑在一把椅子上。
Shall I tie the package or tape it?
我把这个包裹捆起来还是贴胶带?
I tie back my hair when I'm cooking.
我做饭时把头发束在后面。
2.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
将…系在…上;束紧;系牢;捆绑to fasten sth to or around sth else
She tied a label on to the suitcase.
她把签条系在衣箱上。
3.
[t]
~ sth
(在线、绳上)打结,系扣to make a knot in a piece of string, rope, etc.
to tie a ribbon
系丝带
Can you help me tie my tie?
你能帮我打领带吗?
Tie up your shoelaces!
把你的鞋带系好!
I tied a knot in the rope.
我在绳子上打了个结。
4.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
打结系牢;系上to be closed or fastened with a knot, etc.
The skirt ties at the waist.
裙子在腰部束紧。
连接;联系connect/link
5.
[t][usupass]
~ sb/sth (to sth/sb)
连接;联合;使紧密结合to connect or link sb/sth closely with sb/sth else
Pay increases are tied to inflation.
提高工资和通货膨胀紧密相关。
The house is tied to the job, so we'll have to move when I retire.
这房子是为工作提供的,所以我退休后我们就得搬家。
限制restrict
6.
[t][usupass]
束缚;约束;限制to restrict sb and make them unable to do everything they want to
to be tied by a contract
受合同的约束
I want to work but I'm tied to the house with the baby.
我想工作,但却被孩子拴在家里。
I don't want to be tied to coming home at a particular time.
我不想受按钟点回家的束缚。
比赛;竞赛in game/competition
7.
[i][t]
打成平局;得分相同to have the same number of points
England tied 2–2 with Germany in the first round.
在第一轮比赛中英格兰队与德国队以 2:2 打成平局。
They tied for second place.
他们并列第二名。
The scores are tied at 3–3.
比分为 3:3 平。
Last night's vote was tied.
昨晚的表决得票相同。
音乐music
8.
[t]
~ sth
用延音联结线连接(音符)to join notes with a tie
IDM
tie sb/yourself (up) in knots
(使)大惑不解,糊涂to become or make sb very confused
tie one on
喝醉;喝得烂醉to get very drunk
tie the knot
(informal)
结婚;结成夫妻to get married
n.
衣服clothes
1.
领带a long narrow piece of cloth worn around the neck, especially by men, with a knot in front
a collar and tie
系着领带的硬领
a striped silk tie
带条纹的真丝领带
捆扎for fastening
2.
绳子;金属丝;线a piece of string or wire used for fastening or tying sth
ties for closing plastic bags
封塑料袋用的捆扎绳
连接connection
3.
[usupl]
联系;关系;纽带a strong connection between people or organizations
family ties
家族关系
the ties of friendship
友谊的纽带
economic ties
经济联系
The firm has close ties with an American corporation.
这家商行与一家美国公司关系密切。
限制restriction
4.
束缚;约束;限制;牵累a thing that limits sb's freedom of action
He was still a young man and he did not want any ties.
他还年轻,不想有任何束缚。
比赛;竞赛in game/competition
5.
平局;得分相同;不分胜负a situation in a game or competition when two or more players have the same score
The match ended in a tie.
这场比赛以平局结束。
6.
(尤指足球)淘汰赛a sports match, especially a football ( soccer ) match, that is part of a larger competition
the first leg of the Cup tie between Leeds and Roma
利兹队和罗马队在杯赛淘汰赛中的第一轮比赛
音乐music
7.
延音线;延音连接线a curved line written over two notes of the same pitch (= how high or low a note is) to show that they are to be played or sung as one note
铁路on railway
8.
(铁路)轨枕,枕木one of the heavy pieces of wood or concrete on which the rails on a railway/railroad track are laid

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