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A tether is a cord, fixture, or flexible attachment that secures something movable to something else.
Tether may also refer to:
Science and technology
- Tether (cell biology), an elongated cylinder of the membrane of a cell bond to a substrate
- Molecular tether
- Tethering, sharing a mobile device's internet connection
- Tether (cryptocurrency), a cryptocurrency
- Tethered jailbreak, in iOS jailbreaking
- Electrodynamic tether, a conductive tether which generates current and acts against a planetary magnetic field
- Space tether, use of tethers to propel or stabilize objects in space
- "Tether", a song by Sarah Harmer from her 2004 album All of Our Names
- "Tether", a song by the Indigo Girls from their 2004 album All That We Let In
- "Tether", a song by CHVRCHES from their 2013 album The Bones of What You Believe
- Ankle monitor or tether, used to track parolees' whereabouts and/or alcohol use
- Tether (hieroglyph), an alphabetic uniliteral sign of ancient Egypt
- Anthony Tether (born ca. 1941), Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
- Tethersonde, a radiosonde attached to a fixed or tethered balloon
- Teather (disambiguation)
- Mind at the End of Its Tether, a book by H.G. Wells
- Tying (disambiguation)
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