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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “tie”

tie

verb (FASTEN)
    /taɪ/ (present tense tying, past tense and past participle tied)
[I or T] to fasten together two ends of a piece of string or other long thin material, or to (cause to) hold together with a long, thin piece of string, material, etc.
打结;系,缚,捆,扎
Could you tie this piece of string for me?
你能帮我把这个绳子打个结吗?
This skirt ties at the waist.
这条连衣裙是在腰间系带的。
She tied the ribbon tightly in a bow/knot.
她把丝带打成一个紧紧的蝴蝶结。
I tie my hair back when it's hot.
天热时我就把头发系在脑后。
Tie (up) your shoelaces, or you'll trip over.
把鞋带系好,不然会摔跤的。
Fastening and tying
be tied to sth/sb If you are tied to a job, place or person, you are forced to stay with them
束缚,约束,限制
I felt tied to the job while I had a mortgage to pay.
因为有按揭贷款要还,我感到自己被这份工作束缚住了。
Lack of freedom to act
(Definition of tie verb (FASTEN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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