Tied up – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To be tied up (informal) is to be so busy that you are unable to do anything else.

Examples of use:

1. I’m sorry, I’m tied up with meetings all day so I won’t be able to meet you for lunch later.

2. Mr Jones is tied up all this week. Please make an appointment to see him next week.

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