Translation for 'tie pin' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a tie pin | tie pins
NOUN2   a tie-pin | tie-pins
булавка {ж} для галстука
tie pin
Partial Matches
завязывать [несов.] [соединять, напр., узлом]to tie
бабочка {ж} [галстук]bow tie
галстук {м}
tie [necktie]
скалка {ж}
rolling pin
английская булавка {ж}safety pin
анкер {м}
wall tie [anchor]
галстук-боло {м}
bolo tie [Am.]
(канцелярская) кнопка {ж}drawing pin [Br.]
белобрюхий рябок {м} [Pterocles alchata]
pin-tailed sandgrouse
булавка {ж}pin [for fastening]
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Usage Examples English
  • Finchley was on the edge of the royal forest of Enfield, which was hunted by both court and commoner. Drivers on the Northern line still bear a tie pin based on the sculpture.
  • In October 2005, an Air New Zealand flight attendant lost a $450 gold tie-pin on a flight.
  • A tie pin (or tiepin, also known as a stick pin/stickpin) is a neckwear-controlling device, originally worn by wealthy English gentlemen to secure the folds of their cravats.
  • The school's uniform also includes accessories, namely a name tag and, during specific days and/or occasions, a tie of regular width sometimes accompanied with a tie pin.
  • It is implied that Simon Archard is his world's Sigil Bearer, but he does not receive the mark from anyone at the beginning of the series nor does he seem to have any special powers except his mental abilities (he does however wear the Sigil mark upon his tie pin).

  • These included his wrist watch, wallet, tie pin, a souvenir bullet and French currency.
  • At the bungalow, one of Balaiah's aids finds a tie-pin, which is a gift from Vasantha to Balaiah.
  • He is visited by numerous angry customers who have discovered the deception, as well as by the president of a South African diamond mining company, who watches the fraudster at work and is presented with a diamond tie pin for his cravat.
  • The personal objects in this section include a fan-formed vase with seven musical quotations from Rossini, representing the allegory of the « swan of Pesaro», next to a miniature biscuit bust, a paper cutter, a pince-nez and a tie-pin offered by Bellini.
  • Fiennes argues by saying that the lawyer had a tie pin that potentially could have fit a stiletto into it.

  • A second sequence set in the back of a delivery truck full of potatoes increases the suspense, as the murderer Rusk attempts to retrieve his tie pin from the corpse of Babs.
  • He also met members of the Accra Market Women Traders' Association at the Governor-General's Lodge in Accra, who presented him with a gold tie-pin.
  • As soon as photographic materials became "fast" (sensitive) enough for taking candid or surreptitious pictures, small "detective" cameras were made, some actually disguised as a book or handbag or pocket watch (the "Ticka" camera) or even worn hidden behind an Ascot necktie with a tie pin that was really the lens.
  • An alternative membership tie pattern to diagonal stripes is either a single emblem or a crest centered and placed where a tie pin normally would be, or a repeated pattern of such motifs.
  • When Adams revives back in the same hospital, his tale of murder seems implausible, as no evidence of a crime is found, including the distinctive tie pin he says he found beside the body.

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