- v.（用线、绳等）系( tie的过去式和过去分词 );
She wore a checked shirt tied in a knot above the navel.
They had children and were consequently tied to the school holidays.
He tied up the bag and took it outside.
Len tied the knot with Kate five years ago.
Both teams had tied on points and goal difference.
There were six wires jumbled up, tied together, all painted black.
More and more old people have capital tied up in a house.
Masked robbers broke in, tied him up, and made off with $8,000.
His ankles were tied to the legs of the chair.
There was a piece of cloth tied to the dog's collar.
Their cancers are not so clearly tied to radiation exposure.
Add a length of ribbon tied in a bow.
I wouldn't like to be tied to catching the last train home.
He pulled on his heavy suede shoes and tied the laces.
My social life and business life are closely tied.
And scores of online discussion boards have popped up on which people discuss negative experiences tied to too much time on the Web.
He is tied up in family matters.
He and his students tied some poles to each of four sides of a 30-kilogram stone block.
2015年高考英语四川卷 阅读理解 阅读E 原文
Helene tied several chopsticks together to show the strength of family unity.
2015年高考英语安徽卷 阅读理解 阅读B 题设
Next, she tied several chopsticks together, representing a family.
2015年高考英语安徽卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
She showed the girls it was hard to break the tied chopsticks.
2015年高考英语安徽卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文收起真题例句
1. bound or secured closely;
"the guard was found trussed up with his arms and legs securely tied"
"a trussed chicken"
2. bound together by or as if by a strong rope; especially as by a bond of affection;
"people tied by blood or marriage"
3. fastened with strings or cords;
"a neatly tied bundle"
4. closed with a lace;
"snugly laced shoes"
5. of the score in a contest;
"the score is tied"