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verb 
  1. (past of, tie)
adjective 
  1. connect, Connected.
As a couple, they are strongly to one another.
  1. Connected or attached by means of a knot in a rope, cord, string, or the like.
The flag was to the pole.
  1. (context, literally, or, figuratively) bound, Bound or restrained by one or more ropes, cords, strings, or the like.
The gift was with red ribbons.
When my credit cards were cancelled, I was fit to be .
Sorry, I cannot help you; my hands are .

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