tie the knotintransitive verb phrase
1. (idiom) (to get married)
After four years together, it became clear that we had to make a decision: tie the knot or break up.Después de cuatro años juntos, nos quedó claro que teníamos que tomar una decisión: casarnos o terminar la relación.
2. (to tie in a knot)
Tie the knot nice and tight so the sailboat doesn't float away.Haz el nudo bien apretado para que el velero no quede a la deriva.
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