tied up adj.
tie up v.
dog tied up
All tied up
tie-up n. (US Und.)
tie-up n. (drugs)
tie-up n. (UK Und.)
tie up v. (UK Und.)
tie up v. (US drugs)
tying-up n. (Aus.)
Tying up the Loose Ends—Closing Remarks
Ties and Teams in Start-up
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N. a place for mooring a boat.
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