Were you tied up when you were beaten up?

See also: shackles

fetter (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
fes | seln, past tense: fes | sel | te, participle II: ge | fes | selt
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈFɛsl̩n]
Word meaning / definition:
1) tie someone (to something) and thereby immobilize them
2) impress someone very much, win them over
Synonyms:
1) fix
Related terms:
1) gag
2) impress, fascinate
Opposite words:
1) free, untie
2) get bored
Subordinate terms:
1) tie up, strap on, buckle up
Application examples:
1) The prisoners become tied up.
1) The raped victim was frightened and her hands and feet were on a bed tied up found by the police.
1) People get too strong tied up, so they can be tortured by that alone.
1) With handcuffs tied up the convicted person was taken out of the courthouse.
2) The play got me tied up.
Saying / idioms:
to the bed be tied up
Word formations:
1) Shackle, shackle
1) tie up, unleash
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. fetter; you captivate; he she it captivates
Simple past: I. captivated
Participle II: tied up
Subjunctive II: i captivated
Imperative: singular tie!; Plural captivates!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • Basque: lotu
  • English: 1) chain; 2) rivet, attract
  • French: 1) attacher; 2) captiver
  • Italian: 1) legare, incatenare, ammanettare, immobilizzare, fermare, inchiodare; 2) avvincere, intrigare, incantare
  • Latin: 1) dēvincīre, alligāre; 2) vincīre, dētinēre
  • Dutch: boeien
  • Swedish: 1) fjättra; fängsla
  • Hungarian: 1) megkötöz, megbilincsel

Similar words (German):Fetters, nettles

Anagrams:Rock

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

He was asleep on the sofa: masked burglars tie up and threaten pensioners in Seeheim-Jugenheim.
Day 24, November 11, 2018

The tomcat Konrad and the talking lunch tie up First graders of the Firnhaberau elementary school in the library.
Augsburger Allgemeine, November 24, 2018

Two men are attacked and beaten in Moabit. Police officers cannot calm down the aggressive attacker and tie up him.
tagesspiegel.de, December 02, 2018

A resident surprised burglars in his apartment in Ulm, they gagged and tie up then him. He dies of the consequences. Two suspects have been on trial since Friday.
SWR.de, October 12, 2018

Officials had a 38-year-old man on the train on Tuesday evening tie up and forcibly exclude him from continuing the journey. Before that, he massively opposed a control on the train.
In South Thuringia, April 17, 2019

A traveler refused to leave an ICE at Dortmund Central Station. As a federal police officer, him tie up want, he strikes and kicks her.
RuhrNachrichten.de, May 29, 2020

A duo want to extort money from a woman, her tie up a student. But when she has no money with her, everything turns out differently.
SVZ.de, August 21, 2020

Complicated regulations tie up Seafarers on the ship for months. Your cries for help fade away in the open sea.
NZZ, July 31, 2020

In Bad Neustadt, Lower Franconia, police had to kill a 19-year-old after taking drugs tie up and have it taken to a hospital.
Day24, July 5th, 2020

Purchase commitments tie up the club - the big money from sales of the top stars is shrinking.
Focus Online, March 30, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / conjugations

Flexion fesseln - The conjugation of the verb fesseln

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI tie / tie / tieyou tiehe / she / it captivateswe tie upyou captivatethey tie up
Present Subjunctive I.I tie / tieyou tie / tie uphe / she / it fetters / fetterswe tieyou bind / bindthey tie up
Past tense indicativeI tied upyou captivatedhe / she / it captivatedwe tied upyou captivatedthey tied up
Past tense subjunctive III tied upyou captivatedhe / she / it captivatedwe tied upyou captivatedthey tied up
Perfect indicativeI tied upyou tied uphe / she / it has captivatedwe have tied upyou have tied upthey have tied up
Perfect subjunctive I.I tied upyou have tied uphe / she / it got tied upwe have tied upyou have tied upthey have tied up
Past perfect indicativeI was tied upyou had tied uphe / she / it had captivatedwe had tied upyou had tied upthey had tied up
Past perfect subjunctive III would have tied upyou would have tied uphe / she / it would have been captivatingwe would have tied upyou would have tied upthey would have tied up
Future I indicativeI will tie you upyou will captivatehe / she / it will captivatewe will tieyou will captivatethey will captivate
Future tense I subjunctiveI will tie you upyou will captivatehe / she / it will captivatewe will tieyou will captivatethey will captivate
Future tense I subjunctive III would captivateyou would captivatehe / she / it would captivatewe would tieyou would be captivatingthey would captivate
Future tense II indicativeI will have tied upyou will have tied uphe / she / it will have captivatedwe will have tied upyou will have tied upthey will have tied up
Future tense II subjunctive II will have tied upyou will have tied uphe / she / it will have tied upwe will have tied upyou will have tied upthey will have tied up
Future II subjunctive III would have tied upyou would have tied uphe / she / it would have captivatedwe would have tied upyou would have tied upthey would have tied up

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • (an) addiction factor (to be) (coll., fig.)
  • Have addictive potential
  • to exert a hypnotic fascination
  • fascinate: trans., also, intrans .: have a captivating effect; to inspire someone for yourself
  • take full advantage
  • attract hypnotically
  • to hypnotize (fig.): put into hypnosis; put under a spell, make willless
  • cast a spell (variable)
  • to get away from (coll.)
  • to be addictive (fig.)
  • to attract irresistibly

Another word (synonym) for fetter - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "fesseln":

pack: ... dig out, grasp, grasp, catch, catch, grasp, chase, take 3) fascinate, tie up 4) take off, take off, take off, run away, leave, drive away, walk away ...

Alfanzerei: ... that through certain hocus-pocus one could drive the currents back to their sources, tie the sea, deprive the winds of their breath, pause the sun, foam the moon, the ...

restringere: restringere (Latin) part of speech: verb Word meaning / definition: 1) withdraw, pull to yourself 2) tie back: tie, tie back, tie up 3) transfer: ...

be tied to the bed: being tied to the bed (German) part of speech: idiom Hyphenation: being tied to the bed | fes | selt sein Word meaning / definition: 1) have to lie in bed due to an illness ...

tie: tie, tie 4) connect 5) tie in opposite words: loosen, separate Examples of use: 1) tie the boat to the jetty 2) tie yourself to a promise 3) tie the soup with a little flour 4) the violins tie the lower notes 5) I prefer the bound version


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