Tie The Knot – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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TIE THE KNOT
Tie the knot means to get married.

  • They tied the knot three years ago at a villa on the beach 🏖
  • Most couples these days tie the knot when they are in their early thirties.
  • Come on baby. Let’s tie the knot.

How about you? Do you know anyone who has tied the knot recently? Have you?
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