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What is another word for tied up?

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Adjective
Busy or occupied with business, work, or other activities
“The boss is currently tied up in a meeting with shareholders.”
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Being regularly preoccupied
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(deep in, of a state or activity) Fully absorbed or involved in
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Tied as if with a rope
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Standing in relation or connection with something else
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Having formally agreed to marry
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Unable to be separated or treated separately
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Finished or having been brought to an end
Verb
Past tense for to tie something up, such as with a rope or string
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“We had to take ropes and chains to tie up the logs as much as we possibly could.”
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Past tense for to hamper or impede the movement or progress of
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“They were simply legal maneuvers designed to tie up the project in court.”
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Past tense for to bring to an end or conclusion
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“I could finally tie up the loose ends of the tale, and finally gain the closure that my heart and mind demanded.”
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Past tense for to make (something) into a parcel by wrapping it
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Past tense for to hold exclusive control or dominance over
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Past tense for to form into a knot or bow
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Past tense for to physically or literally secure or fasten all openings tightly for protection
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Past tense for to join or merge to form a single unit or substance
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Past tense for to prohibit or interdict the use, participation or inclusion of
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Past tense for to hold or engage the attention of
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Past tense for to dock a boat, especially by casting an anchor
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Past tense for to become embroiled or implicated in
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Past tense for to be involved with (on a social level)
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Past tense for to support with a stake or stakes, especially a plant
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Past tense for to be in a strong enough position to have or secure (something)
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Past tense for to restrain or keep in check
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Past tense for to cause to fail or to leave hopelessly puzzled, confused, or stuck
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Past tense for to join up with a larger organization or entity
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Past tense for to postpone or assign to a later time or date
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