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tie

noun

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1 a situation in which neither participant in a contest, competition, or struggle comes out ahead of the other
  • The competition for first place in the dessert division ended in a tie between the chocolate pecan pie and the walnut fudge tart.
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2 a uniting or binding force or influence
  • Their marriage will serve to form a very strong tie between our families.
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tie

verb

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1 to gather into a tight mass by means of a line or cord
  • tied the newspapers into a bundle
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2 to produce something equal to (as in quality or value)
  • At the class reunion we learned that he had won the Nobel Prize in medicine—how could the rest of us tie that?
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