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tie–in

noun \ˈtī-ˌin\

: a product (such as a toy) that is connected with a movie, television show, etc.

Full Definition of TIE-IN

1
:  something that ties in, relates, or connects especially in a promotional campaign
2
:  a book that inspired or was inspired by a motion picture or television program
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First Known Use of TIE-IN

1925

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