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tie-up

(tī′ŭp′)
n.
A temporary immobilization, as of traffic, work, or mechanical operation.

tie′-up`



n.
a temporary stoppage or slowing of traffic, telephone service, etc., as due to an accident or storm.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tie-up - a social or business relationshiptie-up - a social or business relationship; "a valuable financial affiliation"; "he was sorry he had to sever his ties with other members of the team"; "many close associations with England"
relationship - a state involving mutual dealings between people or parties or countries
2.tie-up - an interruption of normal activity
stop, halt - the event of something ending; "it came to a stop at the bottom of the hill"

tie-up

noun link, association, connection, relationship, relation, liaison, tie-in, coordination, hook-up, linkup The deal is expected to result in a tie-up between the two companies.

tie-up

noun
A cessation of normal activity, caused by an accident or strike, for example:
Translations

tie-up

[ˈtaɪʌp] N
1. (= connection) → enlace m, vínculo m (Comm) (between companies) → acuerdo m (para llevar a cabo un proyecto)
2. (US) [of traffic] → embotellamiento m

tie-up

[ˈtaɪˌʌp] n (connection) → legame m
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Similarly, the initiatives of banks and non-bank remittance service providers to expand their international and domestic market coverage through tie-ups abroad as well as the introduction of innovations in their remittance products continued to support the steady inflow of remittances.
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They discussed a number existing cooperation tie-ups between the Royal Navy of Oman (RNO) and the Pakistan Navy and means of promoting them further.
For builders, these tie-ups are an attempt to capitalise on the growing aspirations of prospective buyers who want enhanced luxury experience and unique lifestyle.
Strategic tie-ups with vendors of spares, chemical, and equipment will allow suppliers' offerings to be cost effective.
The new understanding is likely to include: Commercial tie-ups between the clubs which may include tours, franchises and marketing; Friendlies in pre-season which could be hugely lucrative; Loan options and having first refusal to buy certain players; Coaching tie-ups which could see youngsters on summer camps and exchanges.
Mitsubishi Motors chief eyes project-by-project tie-ups
The Nagoya-based company believes that the time is ripe to become a publicly traded company again now that it has strengthened its earnings power through its tie-ups since 2008 with confectionery maker Meiji Seika Kaisha Ltd.
Computer makers like Acer, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Samsung Electronics are keen to make tie-ups with telecom operators to sell 3G-ready devices as demand for third-generation, or 3G, services and wireless broadband are increasing in India, according to a statement.
The firm expects consumer conditions across Europe to remain "subdued" but is banking on a series of tie-ups with other businesses to boost revenues.
The firm expects consumer conditions across Europe to remain "subdued", but is banking on a series of tie-ups with other businesses to boost revenues.