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"bind" Meaning in English

1. to cause to be constipated
Part of speech : verb
Example : My diet bound me, causing me to seek medicine.
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2. to bind by an obligation
Part of speech : verb
Example : We are bound to the rules agreed upon.
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3. to fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord
Part of speech : verb
Example : They bound the prisoners hands together.
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4. to secure with or as if with ropes
Part of speech : verb
Example : We bound the bike to the roof of the car.
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5. to wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose
Part of speech : verb
Example : I didn't want my mirror to break, so I bound it in soft cloth.
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6. to stick to firmly
Part of speech : verb
Example : You always bind by the rules.
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7. to create social or emotional ties
Part of speech : verb
Example : A shared experience can bind the people involved.
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8. something that hinders as if with bonds
Part of speech : noun
9. to form a chemical bond with
Part of speech : verb
Example : The hydrogen binds the oxygen.
10. to make fast or tie tightly
Part of speech : verb
Example : They asked me to bind the logs for firewood.
11. to provide with a binding
Part of speech : verb
Example : Bind the books in leather.

Translation for "bind"

bind meaning in Spanish : enlazar
  • bind meaning in German : binden
  • bind meaning in Japanese : バインド
  • bind meaning in Turkish : bağlamak
  • bind meaning in Chinese : 捆绑
  • bind meaning in Arabic : ربط
  • bind meaning in Polish : wiązać
  • bind meaning in Hindi : बाँध
  • bind meaning in French : lier
  • bind meaning in Russian : привязывать
  • bind meaning in Tamil : ஜெர்மானிய
  • bind meaning in Telugu : బైండ్
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