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tie in

  • EN [ ˈtaɪ ɪn]
  • US [ ˈtaɪ ɪn]

English definition


  • 1. be in connection with something relevant;

    • "This ties in closely with his earlier remarks"
  • 2. make a logical or causal connection;

    • "I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"
    • "colligate these facts"
    • "I cannot relate these events at all"

Example sentences

  • The police found a fact that might tie in with the murder case.

  • Your account of what happened does not tie in with what three other witnesses have said.

  • Where does this line tie in with the main circuit?

  • NAV : What is your cardiology condition, and how does that tie in with your music?

  • Implementation programme under review to tie in with the completion schedule of the cruise terminal.

  • He unbuttoned, his wing tips loosely tied, and his tie in the briefcase.

  • Even if the technology tie - in is weak, the single sales and support channel helps.

  • Tie in the actual project and provide the various referenced information for the engineers.

  • These studies tie in nicely with a familiar concept.

  • I usually resolve that by hanging tie in my closet and hoping the stain will disappear.

  • The economy, the environment and social development all tie in together.

  • If there is a tie in points, the person with the lowest penalty time wins.

  • Baby was so free from every tie in the land of the tiny crescent moon.

  • I wore my best tie and stuck my second best tie in my pocket.

  • How does this tie in with the twelve information centers?

  • Our wedding had to tie in with David leaving the army.


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