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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "tie" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 170 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
tie tira [f]
tie corbata [f]
tie liar [v]
tie empatar [v]
tie amarrar [v]
tie atar [v]
tie vínculo [m]
tie lazo [m]
General
tie pañoleta [f]
tie aligación [f]
tie ligaduras [f]
tie traba [f]
tie hacer [v]
tie enlazar [v]
tie anudar [v]
tie aprisionar [v]
tie ligar [v]
tie arrendar [v]
tie prender [v]
tie nudo [m]
tie empate [m]
tie ligado [m]
tie ligamiento [m]
tie ajaraca [f] disused
tie atar [v]
tie aligar [v] rare
tie atar [v]
tie atadijo [m]
tie unión [f]
tie grada [f]
tie ligadura [f]
tie atadura [f]
tie pata [f]
tie amarradera [f] PA PR CO
tie chalina [f] DO
tie chonga [f] SV
tie pelea tabla [f] PR rur.
tie zapatería [f] GT
tie sujetar [v]
tie anudarse [v]
tie vincular [v]
tie encadenar [v]
tie asegurar [v]
tie hacer tablas [v]
tie acabar en tablas [v]
tie quedar en tablas [v]
tie soguear [v] ANS
tie adeñir [v] DO
tie lazar [v] HN
tie devanar [v] HN
tie devanear [v] HN
tie entablar [v] MX CU DO BO
tie empardar [v] PY AR UY
tie empardar [v] AR UY
tie empatar [v] PR
tie boleo [m] PR
tie amarrado [m] GT CR
tie amarrijo [m] CR
tie motete [m] HN SV NI CR PA DO PR CO:N
tie pial [m] GT
tie polín (francés) [m] CO:W rare
tie polín (francés) [m] CU
tie tablas [f/pl]
tie lazo
tie cadena [f] fig.
tie prisión [f]
tie legadura [f]
tie ligazón [f]
tie abarrotar [v]
tie aligar [v] rare
tie arrizar [v]
tie empardar [v] rur. rare
tie trincar [v]
tie amarradero [m]
tie cerrador [m]
tie nexo [m]
tie ligamento [m]
tie parentesco [m]
tie adhesión [f]
tie obligación [f]
tie limitar [v]
tie enlazarse [v]
tie confinar [v]
tie corbatín [m]
tie deber [m]
tie apego [m]
tie peso [m] fig.
Idioms
tie salir a mano [v] MX
tie salir hecho [v] AR:Nw
Colloquial
tie cobra [f] SV
tie mecha [f] CL delinq.
tie zapatero [m] CU VE UY
tie zapato [m] MX
Business
tie traba [f]
tie vinculación [f]
tie vincular [v]
tie vínculo [m]
Packaging
tie conexión [f]
Law
tie vinculación [f]
tie vínculo [m]
Engineering
tie riostra [f]
tie traviesa [f]
tie abrazadera [f]
tie aligación [f]
tie amarra [f]
tie atadura [f]
tie ligadura [f]
tie ligazón [f]
tie afianzar [v]
tie ligar [v]
tie amarrar [v]
tie atar [v]
tie liar [v]
tie enlace [m]
tie collar [m]
tie lazo [m]
tie amarre [m]
tie amarre [m]
tie enlace [m]
Informatics
tie ligadura [f]
Chemistry
tie llave [f]
tie tirante [m]
Geology
tie liga [f]
tie enlazar [v]
tie empatar [v]
tie vínculo [m]
tie enlace [m]
Medicine
tie amarre [m]
Construction
tie amarra [f]
tie ligadura [f]
tie atadura [f]
tie cadena [f]
tie zuncho [m]
Technical
tie afianzar [v]
tie unir [v]
tie paralizar [v]
tie juntar [v]
tie inmovilizar [v]
tie durmiente [m]
Mechanics
tie varilla [f]
tie barra [f]
Aeronautics
tie lazo
Nautical
tie ostaga [f]
tie ustaga [f]
Railway
tie traviesa [f]
tie durmiente [m]
tie durmiente [m]
Botanic
tie amante [m]
Geography
tie enlace [m]
Petrol
tie unión [f]
tie ligadura [f]
tie atadura [f]
tie atar [v]
tie amarrar [v]
tie afianzar [v]
tie ligar [v]
tie casar [v]
tie enlazar [v]
tie durmiente [m]
tie travesaño [m]
tie enlace [m]
Mineralogy
tie travesaño [m]
Energy
tie sujeción [f]
tie atadura [f]
tie unión [f]
tie conexión [f]
tie enlace [m]
tie vínculo [m]
Sports
tie zapatiza [f] MX
Baseball
tie empatar [v]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "tie" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
cable tie brida [f]
tie (piece of clothing) corbata [f]
traffic tie-up aglomeración [f]
tie rod tirante [m]
General
bow tie pajarita [f]
tie [us] traviesa [f]
tie up abrochar [v]
tie up afectar [v]
tie tight agarrotar [v]
tie [us] empatar [v]
tie up inmovilizar [v]
tie up amarrar [v]
tie up comprometer [v]
tie up liar [v]
tie up atar [v]
tie up trincar [v]
wearing a tie encorbatado [adj]
tie [us] durmiente [m]
tie pin pasador [m]
bow tie corbatín [m]
tie [us] balasto [m]
wearing a tie encorbatada [adj/f]
tie down amarrar [v]
tie the hands maniatar [v]
railroad tie durmiente [m] AMER
tie-break desempate (tenis) [m]
tie up encuartar [v]
tie off acordonar [v]
tie up acuartar [v] ES local
tie dental braces afrenillar [v]
tie the knot ajuntarse [v] disused
tie together atar [v]
tie together aligar [v] rare
tie hands amaniatar [v] disused
tie with a rope amaromar [v]
tie down amarrar [v]
tie someone down amarrar [v]
tie up a horse apear [v]
tie up an animal apersogar [v] MX CA
tie things together apersogar [v] VE
tie by the feet apiolar [v]
tie up aprisionar [v]
tie by the tail arrabiatar [v] NI
tie by the tail arrebiatar [v] HN SV VE
tie up atar [v]
tie together atortolar [v] HN rur.
tie up atortolar [v] HN rur.
tie up atrincar [v] LA
tie up a horse apeador [adj]
tie wire alambre dulce [m] CU DO
strip of royal palm used to tie arique [m] CU
place to tie to atadero [m]
place to tie to atadijo [m]
in a tie en tablas [adv]
tie-up paralización [f]
bow-tie pajarita [f]
railroad tie traviesa [f]
tie-up interrupción [f]
tie-up obstrucción [f]
bow tie humita [f] CL
bow tie palomita [f] CL AR
short rope to tie up horses falseta  [f] MX VE
black tie cena de gala [f]
black tie corbata negra [f]
strip of any material used to tie/gird/hang something amarra [f] CR CL
a hole remaining in the wall after pulling out the tie rod from a scaffold framework agujada [f] HN CO
elastic hair tie cinta para el pelo [f]
elastic hair tie goma para pelo [f]
chain on an animal's nose that can be used to tie the animal up while taming it cereta [f] PR
bolo tie chonga [f] SV
material made of woven majagua stems used to tie domestic draft animals crineja [f] PA
strip or strap of natural leather used to tie oxen to their yoke coyunda [f] DO AR:Nw UY
bow tie corbata de humita [f] GT CL
bow tie corbata de mariposa [f] MX GT
bow tie corbata de moño [f] MX GT NI CO AR
bow tie corbata humita [f] CL
bow tie corbata michi [f] PE
bow tie corbata moñito [f] AR
tie rack corbatera [f] PR UY
bow tie humita [f] CL
hook or ring to tie the hammock hamaquera [f] PY
braid of any thin fiber that indigenous people use to tie and pull all kinds of things jimba [f] EC:C
thin string to tie small packages pitilla [f] CL AR:W
rope to tie tobacco reata [f] CU
tie in horse racing puesta [f] PY AR UY
poncho tie reja [f] AR:Nw rur.
hair tie wincha [f] EC BO AR
neck tie soga [f] PE
(in horse races) tie puesta [f]
tie up atracar [v]
tie together enlazar [v]
tie the hands maníatar [v]
tie by the reins arrendar [v]
tie down esclavizar [v]
tie to a stake estacar [v]
tie someone's hands together maniatar [v]
tie up abrocharse [v]
tie something anudar [v]
break a tie desempatar [v]
tie with twine bridar [v]
tie a knot hacer un nudo [v]
tie one's shoes atarse los cordones [v]
tie up apersogar [v]
adjust one's tie arreglarse la corbata [v]
tie in a knot atar con un nudo [v]
tie someone’s hands atar las manos a alguien [v]
tie someone's hands behind his/her back atar las manos a la espalda [v]
tie with a knot atar con un nudo [v]
tie a knot atar con un nudo [v]
tie one's hands with ropes maniatar a alguien [v]
bind or tie something with a rope enguaralar [v]
fold and tie a sail aferrar [v] MX
tie with a cord/rope achicar [v] DO rare
tie up acuñarse [v] PA
tie hands and feet manear [v]
tie a cow with a rope threaded through an opening in its nose nariciar [v] VE
tie a cow with a rope threaded through an opening in its nose naricear [v] HN VE
tie a calf or heifer to a leg of a cow to help with milking her enrejar [v]
lasso or tie something with a rope (guaral) enguaralar [v] VE
tie an animal by the tail arrebiatar [v] VE CAM
end in a tie/even score empatar [v]
tie the ends of a hammock so that they are higher up than the rest of the hammock arrizar [v] HN SV
tie the tails of livestock together when rounding them up so they stay together arrebiatar [v] GT SV NI PA rare rur.
tie the tails of livestock together when rounding them up so they stay together arrebiatar [v] VE
tie an animal to a post apiolar [v] CR:Nw rur.
tie the rope to the tree of the saddle when lassoing to secure the animal arcionar [v] CO
tie an animal by means of a short stick atortolar [v] MX HN SV NI rur.
stretch two ropes that tie something by twisting them with a lasso atorzalar [v] CR disused
tie an animal to the trunk of a tree atroncar [v] DO
join or tie up things or animals in pairs such as corn or oxen aguayantar [v] HN
knock down a cow and tie its four legs together barrear [v] VE
tie corn ears in pairs ayuntar [v] VE
tie an animal apiolar [v] CR rur.
tie an animal empiolar [v] CR rur.
tie or cover with a bandage (part of the body) amarrar [v] MX EC
tie with ropes apersogar [v] HN VE
tie two ears of corn with dry leaves apersogar [v] VE rur.
tie tobacco leaves at their base cabecear [v] MX HN NI CU PR disused
tie the shoelaces atarse los cordones de los zapatos [v]
remove the rope used to tie up a calf desenrejar [v] HN rur.
unite or tie two things together chachar [v] SV
yoke, tie, or fasten oxen to the yoke enyubar [v] BO rur.
tie one on enverguecerse [v] SV
tie something to itself entorchar [v] PR
tie up an animal with a rope from the horns to one of it's front legs in order to lead it easily compullar [v] AR:Nw rur.
tie tobacco leaves in two bunches hilar [v] HN rur.
tie bundles firewood for retail sale jacear [v] BO:E
tie together lazar [v] HN
tie up lazar [v] HN
tie up an animal with a rope lacear [v] EC PE BO CL AR:Nw rur.
tie a rope or leather strap around a machete handle encollarar [v] HN rur.
tie with straps encorrear [v] SV
tie together ensartar [v] PR PY
tie up encabullar [v] DO VE
tie up encabuyar [v] HN DO PR VE
tie up manear [v] HN SV UY
tie with lianas embejucar [v] NI
wear a suit and tie enchaquetonarse [v] DO PR
tie up a person's arms enquiñar [v] PR rur.
tie the calf to one leg of a cow enrejar [v] HN SV NI CU VE rur.
tie knots maniar [v] SV NI rur.
tie knots maniar [v] DO
tie tobacco leaves together ensartar [v] CU DO
tie in a knot ensartar [v] PR PY
tie with vines embejucar [v] NI
tie to a guide empalar [v] CU VE
tie up empiolar [v] CR:Nw
tie up empiolar [v] CR:Nw
tie someone up by their hands and feet manear [v] HN SV UY
tie a load with a mooring line encestar [v] BO
tie corn or sugar cane into bunches while still planted to protect them from rain and frost monear [v] MX rur.
tie up cattle mecatear [v] GT
tie an animal to a hitching post palenquear [v] AR UY rur.
tie livestock by the foot for grazing persogar [v] MX NI CR rur.
tie with ropes ratear [v] NI
tie with ropes ratiar [v] NI
tie off a rope end rematar [v] PA DO rur.
tie off a tope rematar [v] PA DO rur.
wearing a tie achunchulado [adj] CL
who wears a tie (man) corbatudo [adj] NI BO
breaking the tie between desempate [m]
tie-up enlace [m]
tie clip alfiler de corbata [m]
tie stall achicadero [m] DO PR rare
dead end passageway to tie cattle aculadero [m] NI
short rope to tie calf to a cow rejo [m]
tie (wood used in construction) durmiente [m]
rope to tie two or more horses in single file arrebiato [m] VE
basket tie-tie balaire [m] HN
a modest tie type bagayito [m] AR
temporary tie made without much attention amarradijo [m] MX GT HN CO
strip of cloth used to tie a baby's umbilical cord amarradijo [m] HN derog.
temporary tie made without much attention amarrijo [m] CR PR
temporary tie made without much attention amarradijo [m] GT HN
temporary tie made without much attention atadijo [m] HN
temporary tie made without much attention bulto [m] HN
strip of cloth used to tie a baby's umbilical cord fajuelo [m] HN
temporary tie made without much care atadijo [m] HN
temporary tie made without much care bulto [m] HN
elastic hair tie coletero elástico [m]
strip of cloth or other material, generally elastic, that serves to fasten or tie the hair or as an ornament cintillo [m] MX HN NI CU CO:N VE PE BO CL PY
man's tie chunchul [m] CL
tie clip fistol (italiano) [m] MX
bit used to tie it up or more easily guide a horse fiador [m] CR:Nw
tie bar fistol (italiano) [m] MX
bow tie gato [m] BO
neck tie gazné [m] MX
strip of corn husk used to tie humitas or tamales huato [m] PE:S rur.
strip of corn husk used to tie humitas or tamales huato [m] AR
strip of corn husk used to tie humitas or tamales guato [m] AR:Nw
man who wears a tie corbatudo [m] NI BO
tie-dye ikat (maya) [m] GT EC
bow tie lazo [m] PA BO
vegetable fiber cord or colored ribbon women use to tie the ends of their braids jarichi [m] BO:E
tie down straps jinetillo [m] HN
leather strap to tie horses maneador [m] MX BO AR UY rur.
loose tie empate [m] PR
tie pin pasador de corbata [m] NI CU VE
tie bar pisacorbata [m] MX NI PA DO CO EC BO rare
tie clip pisacorbata [m] MX NI PA DO CO EC BO rare
railroad tie polín (francés) [m] CO:W rare
railroad tie polín (francés) [m] CU
suit and tie saco y corbata [m] NI PA AR UY
coat and tie traje de calle [m] PA BO
blood tie lazos de sangre [m/f]
bolo tie corbata de bolo
shoelace tie corbata de cordón
bolo tie corbata de cordón
cup tie [uk] partido de copa
three-way tie triple empate
three-way tie el triple empate
strap or rope to tie anything with apretadera [f]
rope to tie burdens on the backs of beasts baga [f] rur. rare
neck-tie corbata [f]
marriage tie coyunda [f] fig.
angle-tie escuadra [f]
tie-joint (carpentry) encepadura [f]
rope to tie horses in single file reata [f]
small clasp/tie trabilla [f]
tie by the legs apiolar [v]
tie cattle by the horns afrontilar [v] MX
tie two animals by the neck acollarar [v] AR CL UY
tie a horse arrendar [v]
tie close añudar [v]
play/run/shoot off a tie desempatar [v]
tie up the runners of vines caponar [v]
be a tie (in voting) empatar [v]
tie with sisal encabullar [v] CU PR VE
tie with string encordonar [v]
tie up with straps encorrear [v]
tie to a stake estacar [v]
tie up papers into a docket enlegajar [v]
frame a roof with tie- beams jabalconar [v]
tie bass cords around boards/laths entomizar [v]
tie with bows lacear [v]
tie many times relazar [v]
tie by the tail rabiatar [v]
tie one beast to another reatar [v]
tie tightly reatar [v]
tie two head of cattle by the horns mancornar [v]
tie tobacco leaves in small bundles manojear [v] CU CR
tie with a fillet vendar [v]
tie with sisal encabuyar [v] HN PR VE
neck stock/tie alzacuello [m]
ring to tie horses to arrendadero [m]
small neck-tie corbatín [m]
bow-tie corbatín [m]
shoulder-tie cuadral [m]
cross-tie cuadrante [m]
tie-rod tirante [m]
nuptial tie yugo [m]
tie down sujetar [v]
tie down asegurar [v]
tie up sujetar [v]
tie up asegurar [v]
tie down ligar (abajo/arriba) [v]
tie up ligar (abajo/arriba) [v]
tie down recoger [v]
tie down impedir [v]
tie down envolver [v]
tie down obstruir [v]
tie tight apretar [v]
tie tight estrechar [v]
Idioms
tie up loose ends atar los cabos sueltos [v]
declare a draw or tie declarar las tablas [v]
tie traffic up provocar un atasco cortando una carretera [v]
tie traffic up ralentizar el tráfico [v]
tie someone up in knots enredar a alguien [v]
tie oneself up in knots enredarse [v]
tie oneself in knots hacerse un nudo [v]
tie someone in knots confundir a alguien [v]
tie the knot casar a alguien [v]
tie traffic up enlentecer el tráfico [v]
tie the knot contraer matrimonio [v]
tie someone up in knots embrollar a alguien [v]
tie something in a knot hacerle un nudo a algo [v]
tie traffic up bloquear el tráfico [v]
tie traffic up entorpecer el tráfico [v]
tie traffic up atascar el tráfico mediante el cierre de una carretera [v]
tie traffic up provocar un atasco de tráfico [v]
tie up loose ends atar/unir cabos sueltos [v]
tie a necktie hacer el nudo de la corbata [v]
be a tie estar patas [v] GT NI
tie one on estar bien encalichado [v] NI
tie one on estar con sus mielazos adentro [v] NI rur.
tie the knot comer torta [v] BO
tie up animals at night near their food so they can feed (someone) componer los animales [v] PR
tie someone's hands coger de atrás palante [v] DO
tie the knot echar la cadena [v] GT
tie the knot echarse la coyunda [v] HN rur.
tie one on ponerse a gáver [v] HN child
tie one on ponerse a moronga [v] HN
tie one on ponerse a pichinga [v] HN
tie one on ponerse en cuete [v] MX UY
tie one on ponerse hasta el cereguete [v] HN NI
tie one on ponerse lucas [v] HN drug
tie one on ponerse mostaza [v] GT
tie one on ponerse una bomba [v] GT
tie one on ponerse una cachimba [v] GT
tie one on ponerse una jipa [v] GT
tie one on ponerse una tuna [v] GT
tie one on ponérsela [v] MX GT HN NI
tie one on ponérselas de nevero [v] MX
tie the knot tirarse al agua [v] NI VE
tie the knot casarse
tie the knot casar
collar-and-tie men ejecutivos de saco y corbata
collar-and-tie men con traje (hombres de negocios)
tie-up embrollo
the old school tie el viejo vínculo escolar
Speaking
you got a tie on te has puesto corbata
is he wearing a bow-tie? ¿está usando una corbata de moño? AR MX
is he wearing a bow-tie? ¿lleva pajarita?
you got a tie on estás usando corbata
you got a tie on llevas corbata
there's a spot on my tie tengo una mancha en la corbata
Phrasals
tie up inmovilizar [v] fig.
tie in with concordar con [v]
tie down fig atar [v]
tie something to something atar algo a algo [v]
tie something onto something atar algo a algo [v]
tie something round/with something atar algo a/con algo [v]
tie with empatar con [v]
tie in with something encajar con algo [v]
tie someone in relacionar a alguien (con algo) [v]
tie someone to something asociar a alguien con algo [v]
tie something together unir algo [v]
tie someone to something conectar a alguien con algo [v]
tie someone into something relacionar a alguien con algo [v]
tie something together conectar algo [v]
Colloquial
thin string to tie small packages pitilla [f] BO:S
tie one on andar pedo [v]
tie one on estar pedo [v]
tie it on andar pedo [v]
tie it on estar pedo [v]
tie it on estar hecho un cuero [v]
tie one on estar hecho un cuero [v]
tie it on estar hecho una cuba [v]
tie one on estar hecho una cuba [v]
tie it on estar hecho una uva [v]
tie one on estar hecho una uva [v]
tie one on agarrarse un pedo [v]
tie it on agarrarse un pedo [v]
tie it on cogerse una castaña [v]
tie up loose ends atar cabos [v]
tie up loose ends unir cabos [v]
tie it on coger una pítima [v]
tie one on coger una pítima [v]
tie it on coger una merluza [v]
tie one on coger una merluza [v]
tie it on coger una papalina [v]
tie one on coger una papalina [v]
tie it on coger una pea [v]
tie one on coger una pea [v]
tie it on coger una melopea [v]
tie one on coger una melopea [v]
tie it on cogerse una trompa [v]
tie one on cogerse una trompa [v]
tie one on chumarse [v] AR
tie one on coger un pedal [v]
tie one on agarrarse una trompa [v]
tie one on cogerse un mámeos [v]
tie one on cogerse una castaña [v]
tie one on cogerse una moña [v]
tie one on pillar una melopea [v]
tie one on agarrar una melopea [v]
tie one on coger un tablón [v]
tie one on pillar un tablón [v]
tie one on coger una chispa [v]
tie one on pillar una chispa [v]
tie one on coger una mierda [v]
tie one on pillar una mierda [v]
tie one on pillar una mordaga [v]
tie one on coger una mordaga [v]
tie one on coger una mordaguera [v]
tie one on pillar una mordaguera [v]
tie one on coger una tajada [v]
tie one on pillar una tajada [v]
tie one on coger una turca [v]
tie one on pillar una turca [v]
tie one on coger un cernícalo [v]
tie it on chumarse [v] AR
tie it on coger un pedal [v]
tie it on cogerse una moña [v]
tie it on pillar una melopea [v]
tie it on coger una mordaguera [v]
tie it on cogerse un mámeos [v]
tie it on coger un tablón [v]
tie it on agarrarse una trompa [v]
tie it on agarrar una melopea [v]
tie it on pillar una chispa [v]
tie it on coger una turca [v]
tie it on pillar una mordaguera [v]
tie it on coger una mierda [v]
tie it on pillar una tajada [v]
tie it on pillar un tablón [v]
tie it on coger una chispa [v]
tie it on coger una tajada [v]
tie it on pillar una mierda [v]
tie it on coger una mordaga [v]
tie it on pillar una turca [v]
tie it on pillar una mordaga [v]
tie it on coger un cernícalo [v]
tie the knot darse el sí [v]
tie the knot pasar por la vicaría [v]
tie the knot casarse [v]
tie a tie hacer el nudo de la corbata [v]
tie a tie hacerse la corbata [v]
tie one on entrancarse [v] AR UY
tie one on escabiarse [v] AR UY
tie knots maniar [v] BO
tie up ensoguillar [v] BO
tie the knot echar la soga al cuello [v] CR DO PR CO EC
tie the knot echarse la soga al pescuezo [v] CR DO
tie the knot embarcarse [v] CR
tie the knot encadenarse [v] DO PR BO
tie a load with a mooring line enchipar [v] BO:W,C
tie the knot ahorcarse [v] CR CU DO
tie the knot amarrarse [v]
strip of corn husk used to tie humitas or tamales huato [m] BO:W,C
Slang
tie it on coger una mona [v]
tie it on pillar una mona [v]
tie one on coger una mona [v]
tie one on pillar una mona [v]
tie one on emborracharse [v]
tie it on embriagarse [v]
wearing a suit and tie guajeado [adj] HN delinq.
Business
(capital) tie up inmovilizar [v]
tie up finalizar exitosamente [v]
tie up vincular estrechamente [v]
tie up atar [v]
tie up obstaculizar [v]
tie up inmovilizar [v]
tie up entretener [v]
tie up funds inmovilizar [v]
tie breaker desempate [m]
tie-up embotellamiento [m]
tie up cash flow inmovilizar flujo de efectivo
tie-in promotion promoción vinculada
tie-in sale venta vinculada
Industry
tie-off amarrar [v]
tie ends retenedores en los extremos
snap tie tirante de resorte
supporting tie amarre de retención
tie rod barra tirante
Textile
neck tie gasné [m] MX
Accounting
tie back recogerse [v]
tie-breaker rule regla del empate
tie-breaking rule regla del empate
Law
decide a tie desempatar [v]
tie with bale wire precintar [v]
tie up entretener [v]
tie up vincular estrechamente [v]
tie up obstaculizar [v]
tie beam tirante [m]
binding tie vínculo [m]
tie vote empate [m]
tie yourself off amárrese [expr]
tie up finalizar exitosamente
family tie vínculo de parentesco
family tie vínculo familiar
tie-in promotion promoción vinculada
tie-in sale venta vinculada
tie vote voto empatado
tie-breaking voto de calidad
Computer
tie trunk enlace telefónico privado
tie-line línea privada de interconexión
Electricity
tie wire conexión alámbrica [f]
tie wrap retención de unión [m]
tie wrap arrollamiento de unión
tie stick pértiga de amarre
tie wire conexión alámbrica
tie feeder alimentador de enlace
Electrics/Electronics
tie stick pértiga de amarre
Electronics
tie-down point punto de alineación
Engineering
tie-down trinca [f]
diagonal tie tornapunta [f]
tie rod armadura [f]
tie-in sujeción [f]
tie band abrazadera [f]