tie onto

tie something onto someone or something

 and tie something on
to attach something to someone or something by tying or binding. I tied his house key onto him so he wouldn't lose it. I tied on his gloves so he would not lose them.
See also: tie
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Leave at least 12 inches on each end to tie onto pushpins.
Create fiber ornaments for tree or to tie onto holiday packages.
If you absolutely have to tie onto a wreck use a rope, steel wire cuts through already corroding steel.
When other members of the party were busy catching fish we were still at the jetty as my boat partner hunted for a particular fly to tie onto the cast.
If you are in love or contentedly settled, this can be a really special start to the week, as Venus and Neptune link, helping you to rise about the petty stuff that we folk often get locked into, and transcend your tie onto another, very affectionate level.
Marchers will wear white armbands to remember those who suffered abuse which they will then tie onto the gates of Leinster House.
The two-hour ``Up Rope'' class teaches beginners how to belay and tie onto a climbing rope.
Cut your elastic string into four lengths and tie onto each side of the slingback of the sandal.
These common surgical sutures are difficult to tie onto the lead, can be frustrating to grasp and can break when force is applied.
And you don't want to stand around in the cold learning how to put on your harness, tie onto the rope and manage the safety system called belaying.
The claims are in close proximity and tie onto the Alexo Mine Property controlled by Canadian Arrow Mines Ltd.
And you can tie onto that, obviously, whether residential accommodation shouldn't be made available in Cardiff for those members that need to stay overnight.
V) with respect to AGC's joint venture properties which tie onto its 100 percent owned JD discovery in the Toodoggone Gold/Silver area in north central British Columbia.