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English-German translation for: to tie
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Dictionary English German: to tie

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VERB  to tie | tied | tied ... 
to tieanbinden
to tiebinden
to tieknüpfen
to tiezusammenbinden
sports to tie [Am.]Remis spielen
drugs to tie [Am.]sichDat. Drogen spritzen
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to tie sth. [a knot]etw.Akk. schürzen [geh.] [(einen Knoten) binden]
to tie sth. [best score, record]etw. einstellen [Rekord egalisieren]
to tie sth. [fig.] [unite]etw. verbinden [mit etw.]
to hog-tie [Am.] [fig.]behindern
to tie (up)binden [zubinden]
to tie ineinbinden
to tie into sb./sth. [Am.] [coll.] [often fig.] [energetically attack]sich auf jdn./etw. stürzen [ugs.] [oft fig.]
to tie into sth. [Am.] [coll.] [begin to work on it energetically]loslegen mit etw.Dat. [ugs.] [schwungvoll etw. beginnen]
to tie into sth. [coll.] [attack energetically]etw. energisch in Angriff nehmen [ugs.] [etw. schwungvoll beginnen]
to tie offabbinden
to tie offverzurren
to tie roundumbinden
to tie sb. to sth.jdn. an etw. fesseln [binden]
to tie sb. to sth. [fig.] [crime, offense]jdn. mit etw. in Verbindung bringen [Verbrechen, Vergehen]
to tie sb. upjdn. binden [fesseln]
to tie sb. up [prisoner, hands, etc.]jdn. fesseln
to tie sb.'s hands [also fig.]jdm. die Hände binden [auch fig.]
cloth. to tie sb.'s tiejdm. die Krawatte binden
to tie sb.'s tiejdm. die Krawatte knoten
to tie sb./sth. downjdn./etw. festbinden
to tie sth. around sb./sth.jdm./etw. etw. umbinden
to tie sth. around sth.etw. um etw. binden
to tie sth. down [with rope, string etc.]etw. festzurren
to tie sth. onetw.Akk. anknüpfen
to tie sth. on sb.jdm. etw.Akk. vorbinden
to tie sth. to sth.etw. an etw. binden
to tie sth. to sth. [fig.] [to link together in thought]etw.Akk. auf etw.Akk. zurückführen [als Folge von etw. auffassen, erkennen]
to tie sth. togetheretw.Akk. zusammenknoten
med. to tie sth. up [artery, vessel, etc.]etw. ligieren
to tie sth. up [one's hair, a plant, etc.]etw.Akk. hochbinden [die Haare, eine Pflanze etc.]
naut. to tie sth. up [to moor sth. up]etw.Akk. vertäuen
to tie togetherzusammenbinden
tech. to tie upabbinden
to tie upbinden [Geldmittel]
to tie upeinschnüren [zusammenbinden: Paket]
naut. to tie upfestmachen
to tie upfestziehen
to tie upverbinden
to tie upverschnüren
to tie upzubinden
to tie upzuknüpfen
to tie upzusammenbinden
to tie upzusammenschnüren
idiom to tie up [deal]unter Dach und Fach bringen
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Q 2019-08-07: to string flowers / to tie flower
Q 2017-08-29: To tie to a tree
A 2016-10-07: Returning to Tiefenstrudel
A 2016-09-07: to tie in with their point (of wiew), sentiment, standpoint, position
A 2014-11-21: Impeachment? First the Speaker had better learn how to tie his shoelaces.
Q 2014-06-09: to tie/lock and untie/unlock a bicycle
A 2012-01-12: festschließen similar to festmachen = to tie up/moor a boat.
A 2011-06-23: to tie off < abbinden / anbinden / anschnallen
A 2011-06-23: to tie off < abbinden / anbinden / anschnallen (meist von Leitern usw.)
A 2010-08-07: thx, but is "to tie to" regular English?
A 2010-03-11: hotjava: but you do have to tie the crispness to the crust and the 'juicyn...
A 2010-02-11: In the US, we simply say "to tie your shoes." The bow and laces are implied.
A 2010-02-11: to tie the shoelace in a bow.
A 2009-05-06: Danke.Warscheinlich hochbinden(like to tie up one's hair) Der Rest klingt ...
Q 2009-04-24: My ties to Tiegenhof/Nowy Dwor Gdanski!!!
A 2009-04-21: " to tie the knot" ist (selber) heiraten, nicht (jemanden) +ver+heiraten
A 2009-04-21: to tie the knot?
A 2009-02-11: Rest - leftovers, to tie in with the food theme ?
A 2008-11-08: would seem to tie it up..thanks
A 2008-07-15: Or (to tie in with your previous question and the answer given)

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