tie

taɪ

Перевод:

Verb: связывать связать завязать завязаться
Noun: галстук связь ничья соединение

Фразы:

to break a tie - порвать узы

to invest / put up / tie up capital - вложить капитал

concrete tie - железобетонная шпала

to tie oneself in / into a knot - попасть в затруднительное положение

to tie down an airplane - швартовать самолёт

made-up tie - галстук с завязанным узлом

to equal / tie a record - достичь рекорда

saucy red bow tie - элегантный красный галстук-бабочка

to knot / tie a shoelace - завязать шнурок

tie the knot - соединять узами брака; соединиться в браке; связать узами брака

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Примеры:

You need to tie your shoe. - Вам нужно зашнуровать ботинок.

This dress ties at the back. - Это платье завязывается на спине.

You have a spot on your tie. - У вас пятно на галстуке.

The match ended in a tie. - Матч закончился в ничью.

She tied a scarf around her neck. - Она повязала на шее шарф.

Tie this label to your suitcase. - Привяжите эту бирку к своему чемодану.

The fishermen tied their flies - Рыбаки вязали мушек.

The team still has a chance to tie. - У команды всё еще есть шансы на ничью.

He had only a towel tied around his waist. - Он был только в полотенце, повязанном вокруг талии.

Unfortunately I am tied to time. I must be back in London. (Mrs. Carlyle) - К сожалению, я ограничена временем. Мне необходимо вернуться в Лондон.

He was wearing a suit and tie. - Он был одет в костюм и галстук. / Он был в костюме и галстуке.

I tie my hair back when I'm jogging. - Я завязываю волосы назад, когда занимаюсь бегом.

She tied a scarf over her head. - Она завязала платок на голове. / Она обвязала голову платком.

The teams drew a tie. - Команды сыграли вничью.

He wore a vest and tie. - Он носил жилет и галстук.

Tie your horse to a tree and come in for a drink. - Привяжи лошадь к дереву и заходи промочить горло.

She tied knots in the rope. - Она завязала на верёвке узлы.

I wear a shirt and tie at work. - На работу я надеваю рубашку и галстук.

If you enjoy travelling, young children can be a tie. - Если вы любите путешествия, маленькие дети могут этому помешать.

Her time tied the world record. - Её время стало повторением мирового рекорда.

Japan's strong economic ties with Taiwan - прочные экономические связи Японии с Тайванем

The British call a railroad tie a sleeper. - Англичане называют железнодорожную шпалу словом "sleeper".

Great formal wigs with a tie behind. - Пышные официальные парики с бантом сзади

They do not like the tie of religion. - Им не нравится религиозный гнёт.

Can you tie your shoelaces by yourself? - Шнурки сможешь сам завязать?

These big jets are tied to large airports. - Эти огромные реактивные самолёты привязаны к крупным аэропортам.

She tied the apron loosely around her waist. - Она небрежно обвязала фартук вокруг талии.

Woosnam and Lyle tied for fourth place on 264. - Вуснэм и Лайл разделили четвёртое место с результатом 264.

He was not ready to accept the ties of family life. - Он не был готов принять узы семейной жизни.

He needed a tie for the packages. - Ему нужно было чем-то перевязать пакеты.

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Фразовые глаголы:

A person or thing that ties you down restricts your freedom in some way.

If something such as an idea or fact ties in with or ties up with something else, it is consistent with it or connected with it.

When you tie something up, you fasten string or rope round it so that it is firm or secure.

A person or thing that ties you down restricts your freedom in some way.

If something such as an idea or fact ties in with or ties up with something else, it is consistent with it or connected with it.

When you tie something up, you fasten string or rope round it so that it is firm or secure.

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Связанные термины:

tie in: to come or bring into a certain relationship ; coordinate

tie-on: fastened by tying on

tie up: When you tie something up, you fasten string or rope round it so that it is firm or secure .

bow tie: A bow tie is a tie in the form of a bow. Bow ties are usually worn by men, especially for formal occasions .

cup tie: In sports, especially football, a cup tie is a match between two teams who are taking part in a competition in which the prize is a cup.

hog-tie: If someone hog-ties an animal or a person, they tie their legs together, or they tie their arms and legs together.

tie-dye: If a piece of cloth or a garment is tie-dyed, it is tied in knots and then put into dye, so that some parts become more deeply coloured than others.

tie off: to make (a rope or line) fast

tie-pin: A tie-pin is a thin narrow object with a pin on it which is used to pin a person's tie to their shirt .

tie rod: any rod- or bar-shaped structural member designed to prevent the separation of two parts, as in a vehicle

black tie: A black tie event is a formal social event such as a party at which people wear formal clothes called evening dress.

bola tie: See bolo tie Also called : bola

bolo tie: a cord, worn as a necktie, with an ornamented fastening for adjusting the neck loop

tie beam: a horizontal beam that serves to prevent two other structural members from separating, esp one that connects two corresponding rafters in a roof or roof truss

tie-break: A tie-break is an extra game which is played in a tennis match when the score in a set is 6-6. The player who wins the tie-break wins the set.

tie clasp: a decorative clasp for fastening a necktie to the shirt front

tie clip: a clip, often ornamental, which holds a tie in place against a shirt

tie down: A person or thing that ties you down restricts your freedom in some way.

tie-dyed: (of textiles ) given a pattern by tie-dyeing

tie into: to attack vigorously

tie line: a telephone line between two private branch exchanges or private exchanges that may or may not pass through a main exchange

tie tack: a pin used to fasten a tie to the front of a shirt

twist-tie: a short, slender wire covered as with paper or plastic, twisted to tie closed a plastic bag or other wrapper

white tie: a white bow tie worn as part of a man's formal evening dress

kipper tie: a very wide tie, often brightly coloured and patterned

school tie: → old school tie

string tie: a very narrow tie, usually tied in a bow

tie-breaker: A tie-breaker is an extra question or round that decides the winner of a competition or game when two or more people have the same score at the end .

tie-dyeing: a method of dyeing textiles to produce patterns by tying sections of the cloth together so that they will not absorb the dye

tongue-tie: a congenital condition in which the tongue has restricted mobility as the result of an abnormally short frenulum

Windsor tie: a wide silk tie worn in a floppy bow

tie one on: to get drunk

tie-and-dye: a method of dyeing textiles to produce patterns by tying sections of the cloth together so that they will not absorb the dye

tie in with: If something such as an idea or fact ties in with or ties up with something else, it is consistent with it or connected with it.

tie-on label: a label that is fastened by tying on

tie the knot: to get married

Englishman's tie: a type of knot for tying together heavy ropes

old school tie: When people talk about the old school tie, they are referring to the situation in which people who attended the same public school use their positions of influence to help each other.

to tie the knot: If you say that two people tie the knot, you mean that they get married .

tietac: a pin used to fasten a tie to the front of a shirt

the old school tie: said to refer to the belief that men who have been to the most famous British private schools use their positions of influence to help other men who went to the same school as themselves

tie-clip microphone: a small microphone that is clipped to a person's tie

ghillie: a type of tongueless shoe with lacing up the instep, originally worn by the Scots

tie someone in knots: to confuse someone by using clever arguments, so that they cannot argue or think clearly any longer

tie yourself in knots: to make yourself confused or anxious, and so you are not able to think clearly about things

to tie yourself in knots: If you tie yourself in knots, you get very confused and anxious .

tieclasp: a clip, often ornamental, which holds a tie in place against a shirt

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Однокоренные слова:

tie down - связывать, привязывать, обязывать
tie in - связаться, присоединить
tie on - привязывать, свинчивать трубы
tie up - связать, увязать, подвязывать, подвязываться, привязывать, вкладывать

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