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If 解鞋带 is to untie your shoelaces, what is 'to tie your shoelaces?

 

If 解鞋带 is to untie your shoelaces, what is 'to tie your shoelaces?

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    系鞋带 jìxiédài

    繫鞋帶 (繫 ㄐ|ˋ ji4)

    綁鞋帶

    I've never heard anyone say 解鞋带. It's always 系鞋带.
    My question is I always hear Americans say "tie your shoes."
    Do the British instead say "tie your shoelaces"?

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