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
That’s when the snake — a Ball or Royal Python — was discovered coiled up inside what appeared to be a brown nylon sack that was tied in a knot.
The claims are often unattributed and are rarely tied in a substantive way to mainstream science.
It's owned by a company called Crescent, also with military Islamic ties in the Middle East and Turkish ties and Russian ties.
Butvin says the dance instruction component of the Folklife Festival will tie in thematically with the feasting traditions emphasized among the culinary tents.
In 2002, the South Koreans, after failing to win a game in five previous World Cups, notched two wins and a tie in the group stage before dismissing two international soccer titans, Italy and Spain, in the knockout rounds.
With the score tied in the fifth minute of stoppage time, Kroos seemed to remind Reus of a trick play from training that will live in World Cup lore.
By MBTA Transit Police Related stories from Miami Herald Cops found her zip-tied in a frigid dumpster, unable to talk.
What will have my head tied in knots all summer long is whether the check between William and Emily comes well after the robot revolution has ended with humans on the losing side.
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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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