TIES LÀ GÌ

khổng lồ fasten together two ends of a piece of string or other long, thin material, or to lớn (cause to) hold together with a long, thin piece of string, material, etc.:
 

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khổng lồ finish at the same time or score the same number of points, etc. in a competition as someone or something else:
a long, thin piece of material that is worn under a shirt collar, especially by men, & tied in a knot at the front:
lớn fasten together two pieces of string or other long, thin material, or to hold together with string, rope, etc.:
to finish at the same time or score the same number of points as someone or something else in a competition:
a connection or relationship between people, or a connection a person has with a place, interest, activity, etc.:
a long, thin piece of material worn esp. by men which fits under a shirt collar, is tied in a knot, & hangs down the front of the shirt:
the fact of finishing at the same time or scoring the same number of points as someone or something else in a competition:
tie sb lớn sth Many of the bank"s employees were tied khổng lồ their jobs because they were worried about losing their pension schemes.

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to have sầu the same score or màn chơi in a game, competition, or comparison, or lớn make the scores the same:
tie for first/second/last, etc. place Frederiông xã & Fairfax counties each reported 4.2% job growth, tying for 18th place in the US as a whole.
break/cut/sever ties One of the world"s biggest khách sạn operators severed its ties with the popular travel trang web.
diplomatic/economic/political ties The president urged governments worldwide lớn break diplomatic ties with the oppressive sầu regime.
a long thin piece of material that is worn under a shirt collar, especially by men, & tied in a knot at the front:
The actors are able to lớn reach common agreement on their preferences and are open to ties with other parties.
The collective results suggest that neural populations, rather than the individual cell, determine the spatial proper ties of its receptive field.
There is a fairly straightforward answer lớn this question, which is intimately tied to their concept of iteration.
An individual is concerned over a triple of alternatives if these alternatives are not all tied in this individual"s preference ordering.
In both countries older women generally had more cthua ties than older men & received more kinds of support.
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