tie–up noun \ˈtī-ˌəp\
: a situation in which something (such as traffic) becomes very slow or stops because of a problem, accident, etc.
: a close connection between people or things
: an agreement to do business together
a : a cow stable; also : a space for a single cow in a stable
b : a mooring place for a boat
: a slowdown or stoppage of traffic, business, or operation (as by a mechanical breakdown)
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