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Word definitions for tie-in in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ A quick mention of a television tie-in . ▪ I have mentioned only a few established C format titles, no reprints of television or film tie-ins, and no annuals. ▪ I thought that could be a tie-in with the traditions of Halloween....

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 Something that is related or connected to another 2 An authorized product based on a media property, such as a film or video game, by way of cross-promotion. 3 An association or connection between things

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"connection," 1934, from verbal phrase (attested by 1793), from tie (v.) + in (adv.).

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a fastener that serves to join or link; "the walls are held together with metal links placed in the wet mortar during construction" [syn: link , linkup , tie ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
A tie-in work is a work of fiction or other product based on a media property such as a film , video game , television series , board game , web site , role-playing game or literary property . Tie-ins are authorized by the owners of the original property,...

Usage examples of tie-in.

We created promotid tie-ins, advertising, public relations-an contingent upon three days, weather.

It is significant when you find a location that was specifically chosen because of the nature of the soil, where there are clearly alchemical signs in the structure, and where there are tie-ins to both Cathars and Moslems.

On the engineering tie-in screen to his left, he saw Trip Tucker standing before the throbbing warp core, looking like an eaglet about to fledge.

Far from being dead, the field is, artistically at least, richer and wider and more varied than it has ever been, with good work being done by writers in every possible subvariety and subgenre you can nameall out there to be found, in spite of the pressure of competition for bookstore rack space by media tie-in and gaming and other associational novels.

VR, the mass of black tie-in lines surged deeper into thetwo remaining shields.

There are many kinds of writers: the highbrows, the packagers, the high fantasists, the low fantasists, the horror writers, the hard sf writers, the soft sf writers, the feminists, the series writers, the producers of movie and TV tie-ins, the sharecroppers.

Preceded by trumpet blasts of Internet buzz and other pre- and post-production unofficial publicity, heralded by kazillions of television and print ads, funded with mega-budgets, and cast with top-notch character actors, the Potter films gloriously burst forth on thousands of screens across the nation, accompanied by a deluge of official products and tie-ins.

I am tempted to remove my shirt and show her my trim midsection sporting chiseled abdominals, my superior shoulders and brilliantly developed pectoral-latissimus tie-in.

DeCANDIDO has written or cowritten five previous eBooks in the series, including the award-winning stories Fatal Error and Cold Fusion, as well as the two-book Invincible (with David Mack) and the Gateways tie-in Here There Be Monsters.

When he had clerked in that liquor-store he must have been good at jollying his customers along and making tie-in sales.

We've had a buzz for some time there's something hotting up in Hong Kong-we don't know what -but it sure as hell's got tie-ins to the States.

The tie-ins have replaced many of the pulpier elements of the sf field, and while I'd rather see the writer in question working on more original and personal books, we both understand the importance of paying the rent.