tier

  1. something that is used for tying
  2. one of two or more layers one atop another

Tier

• (n.) One who, or that which, ties. • (n.) A chold`s apron covering the upper part of the body, and tied with tape or cord; a pinafore. • (v. t.) 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.
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tier

noun one of two or more layers one atop another; `tier upon tier of huge casks`; `a three-tier wedding cake`
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Tier

Ti'er noun One who, or that which, ties.
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Tier

Tier noun [ Perhaps from Old French tire , French tire ; probably of Teutonic origin; confer Old High German ziarī ornament, German zier , Anglo-Saxon tīr glory, tiér row, rank. But confer also French tirer to draw, pull; of Teutonic ori...
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tier

a term used to denote a solid of revolution around the axis of a machine, at the peripheral extremities of the end windings of groups of coils of a concentric winding, at each end of the machine NOTE - A concentric winding is said to have one, two or more tiers according to the number of these solids of revolution.
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Tier

Generally refers to one layer of a unitized pallet load. Also, may refer to layers of storage which are of the same height.
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Tier

To stack cakes of graduating sizes.
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tier

[n] - any one of two or more competitors who tie one another 2. [n] - a worker who ties something 3. [n] - something that is used for tying 4. [n] - one of two or more layers one atop another
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