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
The game was cruising along in a scoreless tie in the bottom of the fourth when my father was stricken with an aortic aneurysm burst while attending the game.
The racial wealth gap has deep ties in colonialism and slavery.
The 10-year-old American pit bull was found tied in an inhumane fashion with no access to water or shelter.
There was a tie in the elementary division between 6-year-old Maya Galarza-Boquin and third grader Claire Wessels.
Presidential Adviser De Combret, who spent two decades at Lazard Ltd., has deep ties in the French business and banking communities dating back to his days as an adviser to former President Valery Giscard d’Estaing in the 1970s.
And, of course, the Trinity ties in with the Trinity River and Trinity Railway Express.
And Pence broke nearly as many Senate ties in his first 11 months in office as his two predecessors did in 16 years.
But since establishing formal diplomatic ties in 1965, two decades after the end of Japan’s colonial rule of Korea, relations have oscillated between bad and worse.
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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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