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Dictionary French English: tie

Translation 1 - 38 of 38

NOUN   a tie | ties
VERB  to tie | tied | tied ... 
SYNO   link | linkup | tie | tie-in ... 
lier qc.
to tie sth.
nouer qc.to tie sth. [necktie, scarf, shoelaces, to make a knot]
attacher qc.to tie sth. [scarf, shoelaces; with string, rope]
vêt. cravate {f}
attache {f}tie
trains traverse {f}tie [Am.] [in railroad track]
tech. jointure {f}tie [coupler]
lien {m} [affectif ou culturel]tie [cultural link, emotional bond]
sport égalité {f}tie [draw]
2 Words: Verbs
ligoter qn. à qc.to tie sb. to sth.
attacher qn./qc.to tie sb./qc. up
attacher qn./qc. à qc.to tie sb./sth. to sth.
lier qn./qc.to tie sb./sth. up
nouer qc. autour de qc.to tie sth. around sth. [Am.]
aviat. amarrer qc. [montgolfière]to tie sth. down
nouer qc. autour de qc.to tie sth. round sth. [Br.]
vêt. nouer qc. [chaussure, colis]to tie sth. up
ficeler qc. [paquet]to tie sth. up [a parcel with string etc.]
rattacher qc.to tie up sth.
2 Words: Nouns
vêt. cravate {f} de cowboybolo tie [Am.]
vêt. nœud {m} papillonbow tie
constr. tirant {m} [de charpente]tie beam
vêt. pince {f} à cravatetie-clip
vêt. épingle {f} de cravatetie-pin
3 Words: Verbs
vêt. rectifier sa cravateto adjust one's tie
faire un nœudto tie a knot
attacher les pieds de qn.to tie sb.'s feet
ligoter qn. [fig.]to tie sb.'s hand [fig.]
attacher les mains de qn.to tie sb.'s hands
4 Words: Verbs
convoler en juste noces [souvent hum.]to finally tie the knot
vêt. attacher ses lacetsto tie (up) one's laces
nouer ses cheveuxto tie back one's hair
attacher ses cheveuxto tie one's hair back
attacher qn. à un poteauto tie sb. to a stake
méd. nouer le cordon ombilicalto tie the umbilical cord
5+ Words: Verbs
vêt. être en costume cravateto be wearing a suit and tie
s'enferrerto tie oneself up in knots [coll.]
vêt. renouer les lacets [chaussures etc.]to tie the laces back up [shoes etc.]
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