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[tahy-doun] /ˈtaɪˌdaʊn/
a device for tying something down.
the act of tying something down.
Origin of tie-down
noun use of verb phrase tie down Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The bed features two-tier loading and an integrated deck rail utility system with four adjustable tie-down cleats.
  • Having tarps, netting, and other tie-down materials to secure loads is a great way to prevent roadside accidents.
  • No tie-down device is required for a one-story building, the top of a two or top of a three story building.
  • Outside tie-down space is available for lease while you wait for a hangar to become available.

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