tie it on

tie (something) on(to) (someone or something)

To attach something by tying it, as or as with a string or cord. A noun or pronoun can be used between "tie" and "on(to)." Tie that rope on the hot water tank so we can pull it up the steps. Don't worry, I tied a card onto the gift—they'll know it's from us.
See also: tie

tie on

To attach something by tying it, as or as with a string or cord. A noun or pronoun can be used between "tie" and "on." Tie on that rope so we can pull the hot water tank up the steps. Don't worry, I tied a card on the gift—they'll know it's from us.
See also: on, tie

tie one on

To become drunk. Boy, we really tied one on last night, huh? Not feeling so great this morning. I began to realize he had a problem when he started tying one on most nights of the week, even when he had work the next morning.
See also: on, one, tie

tie it on

verb
See also: on, tie