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  • EN [ baɪnd]
  • US [ baɪnd]

English definition


  • 1. something that hinders as if with bonds


  • 1. stick to firmly;

    • "Will this wallpaper adhere to the wall?"
  • 2. create social or emotional ties;

    • "The grandparents want to bond with the child"
  • 3. make fast; tie or secure, with or as if with a rope;

    • "The Chinese would bind the feet of their women"
  • 4. wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose

  • 5. secure with or as if with ropes;

    • "tie down the prisoners"
    • "tie up the old newspapes and bring them to the recycling shed"
  • 6. bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted;

    • "He's held by a contract"
    • "I'll hold you by your promise"
  • 7. form a chemical bond with;

    • "The hydrogen binds the oxygen"
  • 8. provide with a binding;

    • "bind the books in leather"
  • 9. fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord;

    • "They tied their victim to the chair"
  • 10. cause to be constipated;

    • "These foods tend to constipate you"

Example sentences

  • Treatment involves giving antidotes that Bind the lead in the tissues.

  • CTf does not bind with human transferrin receptor on human placenta at physiological pH.

  • It used to be usual to bind out promising boys for many years.

  • Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion?

  • Head in, and, using the Bind Song, remove the rock that's covering the passage there.

  • Conventional water treatment facilities can remove the cells by adding chemicals that bind them together.

  • In practice, how to combine incentive and bind mechanism is a difficult problem people care.

  • The firm has agreed to bind up the six articles into one book.

  • Please bind the carpet before cleaning it.

  • After completing Accountable Document Status Report monthly, bind up it and keep it in the archives.

  • Mom asked me to bind up the plastic with baling straps.

  • I will let the waiter bind up the parcel for you.

  • Please bind fast; it is loosing.

  • It will loose if you don't bind it fast.

  • He whipped out a handkerchief to bind up his finger.

  • You must bathe that wound before you bind it up.

  • They bind over to tell the truth.

  • The company is caught in a double bind. If it doesn't modernize it won't make money, but if it does modernize they'll have to make people redundant because they won't need them any more.

  • He wants a shirt that does not bind him.

  • Such a slogan will bind our hand and foot.

  • At the end of the row, bind off seven stitches.

  • Bind the mixture with the raw minced liver and cook for 3 minutes more.

  • This puts the politicians in a bind as to what course to take.

  • This imposes a duty on courts to bind over parents when they have no control over their children.

  • I'll advance you the money for it, here and now, just to help you out of a bind.

  • It is expensive to buy and a bind to carry home.

  • These compounds bind with genetic material in the liver.

  • These may bind to receptor molecules on the surfaces of cells.

  • Women are caught in a double bind, marginalised in the community if they are not wives and mothers, under excessive pressure to be perfect if they are.

Phrase collocation

  • bind off

    To cast off in knitting.

  • bind over &I{【法律】}

    To hold on bail or place under bond.

  • bind someone hand and foot

  • bind off bind someone over

    (N. Amer.)cast off in knitting

    (一般作 be bound over)(of a court or law) require someone to fulfil an obligation, typically by paying a sum of money as surety

    • he was bound over to keep the peace by magistrates.

Synonym discrimination

  • fasten, tie, bind, secure, chain


Meaning of bind

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