The term tie comes from the Latin word aptāre, which can be translated as “adjust”. The tying action consists of immobilize, stop or couple by knots.
When tying something, hold. Take the case of a balloon: To prevent it from flying off, it can be tied to a pole, chair or any other object. For this, a knot is made with its thread, making the balloon remain attached to the element in question.
Atar can also refer to put together. Sneakers, for example, bring laces or shoelaces that serve to girdle them to the foot. Tying the laces, in this frame, consists of tying the two ends.
There are other uses of tying that are rather symbolic since they do not imply a physical or concrete tie. The notion of tying may refer to to hold back or remove the Liberty or ability to move.
Let us suppose that a football club wishes to prevent another institution from hiring one of its figures. With this objective, it offers the footballer a very high contract with a rescission clause virtually impossible to pay. This contract, in short, allows the club tie the star, ensuring their permanence in the team during the agreed period.
Tie, on the other hand, is the name of a town from Mauritania. This town of more than 25,000 inhabitants is the capital of the homonymous department and of Adrar, a region of the African nation.
It should be noted that in Tie an international airport operates. The code of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for this terminal is ATR.