Definition of 'tied up'
Translations for 'tied up'
British English: tied up ADJECTIVE
If someone or something is tied up, they are busy or being used, with the result that they are not available for anything else.
He's tied up with his new book. He's working hard, you know.
Definition of tied up from the Collins English Dictionary
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