First Known Use of tie-in
Definition of tie in
- tied in the new branch pipeline
- the illustrations were tied in with the text
Recent Examples of tie in from the Web
According to the article, Shopping Actions is also tied in with Google’s Express home delivery service, and early results have shown the new feature leads customers to order more through that service.
With four matches to go, Baden-Baden and Solingen are all tied in match points, but Baden-Baden has a 1.5 game point lead.
But two goals in five minutes swung the tie in CSKA's favour, as Ahmed Musa struck on the hour mark and Pontus Wernbloom made it 3-2 on aggregate.
For example, a $59 wrap top with straps can either be tied at the front, tied over the shoulder to create a cap sleeve, tied in the back to look off-the-shoulder or even tucked in to transform into a tube top.
Money troubles for the company that owns a cluster of bars in downtown Anchorage are tied in part to the ambitious restaurant and venue complex Williwaw, according to a document filed in federal bankruptcy court last week.
The Cougars broke a scoreless tie in the fifth on a RBI double by Lael Lockhart and added another run on a wild pitch.
Until then, the Patriots are tied in second place for their ring collections with the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers, which have won five Super Bowls each.
The report illustrates how closely race, income and academic performance are tied in this city.
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First Known Use of tie in
TIE-IN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tie-in for English Language Learners
: a product (such as a toy) that is connected with a movie, television show, etc.
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