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  1. bind

    • IPA[bʌɪnd]


    • v.
      tie or fasten (something) tightly together;restrain (someone) by tying their hands and feet
    • n.
      a problematical situation;a nuisance
    • noun: bind, plural noun: binds

    • verb: bind, 3rd person present: binds, gerund or present participle: binding, past tense: bound, past participle: bound

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • v.
    • 1. tie or fasten (something) tightly together:

      logs bound together with ropes

      they bound her hands and feet

    • 2. restrain (someone) by tying their hands and feet:

      the raider then bound and gagged Mr Glenn

    • 3. wrap (something) tightly:

      her hair was bound up in a towel

    • 4. bandage (a wound):

      Shelley cleaned the wound and bound it up with a clean dressing

    • 5. (of an object) be encircled by something, typically metal bands, so as to have greater strength:

      an ancient oak chest bound with brass braces

    • 6. stick together or cause to stick together in a single mass:

      mix the flour with the coconut and enough egg white to bind them

    • 7. cause (painting pigments) to form a smooth medium by mixing them with oil.
    • 8. hold by chemical bonding:

      a protein in a form that can bind DNA

    • 9. combine with (a substance) through chemical bonding:

      these proteins have been reported to bind to calmodulin

    • 10. (of a food or medicine) make (someone) constipated.
    • 11. cause (people) to feel united:

      the comradeship that had bound such a disparate bunch of lads together

    • 12. cause someone to feel strongly attached to (a person or place):

      touches like that had bound men to him for life

    • 13. impose a legal or contractual obligation on:

      a party who signs a document will normally be bound by its terms

    • 14. indenture (someone) as an apprentice:

      he was bound apprentice at the age of sixteen

    • 15. make a contractual or enforceable undertaking:

      the government cannot bind itself as to the form of subsequent legislation

    • 16. (of a court of 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

    • 17. be hampered or constrained by:

      Sarah did not want to be bound by a rigid timetable

    • 18. fix together and enclose (the pages of a book) in a cover:

      a small, fat volume, bound in red morocco

    • 19. trim (the edge of a piece of material) with a decorative strip:

      a frill with the edges bound in a contrasting colour

    • 20. (of a quantifier) be applied to (a given variable) so that the variable falls within its scope. For example, in an expression of the form ‘For every x, if x is a dog, x is an animal’, the universal quantifier is binding the variable x.
    • 21. (of a rule or set of grammatical conditions) determine the relationship between (coreferential noun phrases).
    • n.
    • 1. a problematical situation:

      he is in a bind that gets worse with every passing minute

    • 2. a nuisance:

      the travelling can be a bit of a bind

      I know being disturbed on Christmas Day is a bind

    • 3. a statutory constraint:

      the moral bind of the law

    • 4. another term for tie
    • 5. another term for bine


  2. 知識+

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