tied
adjective
1. (sports) 
a. empatado 
The match was tied at 1-1, but I scored a last minute goal.El partido estaba empatado 1 a 1, pero yo anoté un gol en el último minuto.
2. (assigned to) (United Kingdom) 
Those were tied houses for the farm workers.Esas eran casas destinadas a los jornaleros.
3. (bound to sell a make of beer) (United Kingdom) 
It's a tied house and sells only the local beer.Es un pub propiedad de una cervecera local y solo vende su cerveza.
tied [taɪd]
adjective
1 (Dep) empatado
the match was tied at 2-2 el partido estaba empatado a dos
2 (Mús) [+note] ligado
3 (Britain)
tied cottage casa de campo cedida o alquilada a un empleado, generalmente a un trabajador del campo; tied house (pub) bar que está obligado a vender una marca de cerveza en exclusiva
we are very tied in the evenings she is very tied by the children
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