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tie wire

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  • tie wire — /ˈtaɪ waɪə/ (say tuy wuyuh) noun a piece of thin wire used to fasten items together …   Australian English dictionary

  • Tie (cavity wall) — The tie in a cavity wall is used to tie the internal and external walls(or leafs) constructed of bricks or cementatious blocks together. It is placed in the cavity wall during construction and spans the cavity. The ends of the tie are designed to …   Wikipedia

  • wire — Synonyms and related words: BX cable, Teletype, armored cable, band, bandage, battery cable, bell wire, belt, bend, bind, bind up, brace, braid, brail, bundle, cable, cablegram, cannon, chain, cinch, coaxial cable, cord, cutpurse, day letter, dip …   Moby Thesaurus

  • tie — tie1 W3S2 [taı] v past tense and past participle tied present participle tying ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(string/rope)¦ 2¦(game/competition)¦ 3 be tied to something 4 be tied to/by something 5 tie the knot 6 tie yourself (up) in knots 7 tie one on …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tie — 1 /taI/ verb 1 STRING/ROPE a) (T) to fasten one thing to another with a piece of string, rope etc: tie sth to/behind/onto etc: Tie this label onto your suitcase. | tie sb to sth: They tied him to a lamp post and beat him up. | tie sb s hands/feet …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tie — tie1 [ taı ] (present participle ty|ing) verb *** 1. ) transitive to fasten two ends of a piece of string, rope, etc. together with a knot: Sally bent down to tie her shoelaces. We re teaching him how to tie a necktie. a ) transitive to fasten… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tie — I UK [taɪ] / US verb Word forms tie : present tense I/you/we/they tie he/she/it ties present participle tying past tense tied past participle tied *** 1) [transitive] to make a knot with two ends of a piece of string, rope etc Sally bent down to… …   English dictionary

  • Tie clip — A selection of tie clips, mostly from the early to mid 20th century There have been many forms of tie control devised since the 19th century, when ties first became a regular part of fashion. Clips, chains, pins have all been used to do one… …   Wikipedia

  • wire — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. (metal) thread, filament; flex, cord, line; telephone, telegraph, cable; cablegram, telegram. See communication. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A metal strand] Syn. line, electric wire, cable, aerial, circuit …   English dictionary for students

  • tie*/*/ — [taɪ] (present participle tying) verb I 1) [T] to fasten two ends of a piece of string, rope etc together with a knot, or to fasten things together with string, rope etc Sally bent down to tie her shoelaces.[/ex] They tied one end of the rope to… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Tie pin — Golden tiepin with emerald, 19th century A Tie pin (also known as a Stick pin), is a neckwear controlling device, originally worn by wealthy English gentlemen to secure the folds of their cravats, they were first popularized at the beginning of… …   Wikipedia


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