Definitions for TIERˈtaɪ ər
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grade, level, tier(noun)
a relative position or degree of value in a graded group
"lumber of the highest grade"
any one of two or more competitors who tie one another
tier, tier up(noun)
a worker who ties something
something that is used for tying
"the sail is fastened to the yard with tiers"
one of two or more layers one atop another
"tier upon tier of huge casks"; "a three-tier wedding cake"
One who ties (knots, etc).
Something that ties.
A layer or rank, especially of seats or a wedding cake.
To arrange in layers.
To cascade in an overlapping sequence.
one who, or that which, ties
a chold's apron covering the upper part of the body, and tied with tape or cord; a pinafore
a row or rank, especially one of two or more rows placed one above, or higher than, another; as, a tier of seats in a theater
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
She's clearly a Tier 1 candidate.
Cambodia ranks at the very bottom tier, these refugees.
You're not talking about a candidate who's entered the top tier yet.
It does open the door to second or third-tier brands to get a leg in.
Thailand has done its most. Even if we stay on Tier 3 we have done our best.
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Translations for TIER
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- Rang, Schicht, EtageGerman
- enlace, capaSpanish
- taso, kerrosFinnish
- רָמָה, שִׁכְבָה, דַּרְגָּהHebrew
- ripiano, stratoItalian
- 階, 階層, 列, 層Japanese
- rang, laagDutch
- poziom, warstwa, kondygnacjaPolish
- ряд, слой, ярус, этаж, уровеньRussian
- етажа, etažaSerbo-Croatian
- lager, skiktSwedish
- thứ bậc, tầng, bậcVietnamese
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