tie\ down

tie\ down
1. III
1) tie down smth. /smth. down/ tie the branch (the tent, etc.) down привязывать /закреплять, укреплять ветвь и т.д.
2) tie smth. down partisans operating from the mountains were able to tie down three enemy divisions действующие в горах партизаны связывали действия трех дивизий противника /отвлекали три дивизии противника/
2. IV
tie down smth. /smth. down/ in some manner tie the tent (the flag, etc.) down securely (firmly, etc.) надежно и т.д. укрепить палатку и т.д.
3. XI
be tied down he won't be tied down он не желает себя связывать; be tied down by smth. be tied down by contract (by an agreement, by the traditions of the past, etc.) быть связанным контрактом и т.д.; be tied down somewhere for some time he was tied down here all summer он не мог уехать отсюда все лето; I'm afraid we'll be tied down in the city all day боюсь, что мы застрянем в городе на весь день; be tied down to smth. he hates being tied down to a regular work schedule он очень не любит быть связанным точным расписанием
4. XXI1
tie smb. down to smth. I am trying to tie him down to next Tuesday я постараюсь заполучить его на следующий вторник; it is impossible to tie him down to any programme of visits совершенно невозможно заставить его придерживаться заранее разработанной программы посещений и приемов

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