Which Is Correct Tying Or Tieing?

    What do you mean by tying?

    1 : to fasten, attach, or close by means of a tie. 2 : to form a knot or bow in. 3 : to bring together firmly : unite They are tied by marriage. 4 : to hold back from freedom of action Obligations tied her down. 5 : to make or have an equal score with in a contest.

    How do you spell tying your shoes?

    2. to fasten by tightening and knotting the string or strings of: to tie one's shoes. 3. to draw or fasten together into a knot or bow: to tie one's shoelaces. 4. to form by looping and interlacing, as a knot or bow.

    How do you spell tying for first place?

    to make or be the same score; be equal in a contest: The teams tied for first place in the league.

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    What is the plural of tie?

    2 tie /ˈtaɪ/ noun. plural ties.

    How do you use tie in a sentence?

  • You have to tie the bales by hand, though.
  • Here, tie the rope around your waist.
  • They were all dressed for a white tie party in expensive tuxedos.
  • As she bent to tie her shoes, a gory vision made her stagger.
  • What part of speech is tie?

    pronunciation: taI parts of speech: transitive verb, intransitive verb, noun features: Word Combinations (verb, noun), Word Explorer. part of speech: transitive verb.

    How do you tie laces?

    How do you spell tying down?

    a device for tying something down. the act of tying something down.

    Is tied for first place?

    a situation in which two or more people finish at the same time or score the same number of points: It's a tie for first place.

    Is Tie Dye one word or two?

    verb (used with object), tie-dyed, tie-dye·ing. a fabric or garment dyed by tie-dyeing.

    What is the difference between tie and Tye?

    As nouns the difference between tie and tye

    is that tie is a knot; a fastening while tye is a knot; a tie.

    What do you mean by tying? 1 : to fasten, attach, or close by means of a tie. 2 : to form a knot or bow in. 3 : to bring together firmly : unite They are tied by marriage. 4 : to hold back from freedom of action Obligations tied her down. 5 :…