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      vb   , binds, binding, bound  
1    to make or become fast or secure with or as if with a tie or band  
2    tr; often foll by: up   to encircle or enclose with a band  
to bind the hair     
3    tr   to place (someone) under obligation; oblige  
4    tr   to impose legal obligations or duties upon (a person or party to an agreement)  
5    tr   to make (a bargain, agreement, etc.) irrevocable; seal  
6    tr   to restrain or confine with or as if with ties, as of responsibility or loyalty  
7    tr   to place under certain constraints; govern  
8    tr; often foll by: up   to bandage or swathe  
to bind a wound     
9    to cohere or stick or cause to cohere or stick  
egg binds fat and flour     
10    to make or become compact, stiff, or hard  
frost binds the earth     
a    tr   to enclose and fasten (the pages of a book) between covers  
b    intr   (of a book) to undergo this process  
12    tr   to provide (a garment, hem, etc.) with a border or edging, as for decoration or to prevent fraying  
13    tr; sometimes foll by: out or over   to employ as an apprentice; indenture  
14    intr  
Slang   to complain  
15    tr     (Logic)   to bring (a variable) into the scope of an appropriate quantifier  
   See also       bound   1       9  
16    something that binds  
17    the act of binding or state of being bound  
18    Informal   a difficult or annoying situation  
19       another word for       bine  
20      (Music)      another word for       tie       17  
21      (Mining)   clay between layers of coal  
22      (Fencing)   a pushing movement with the blade made to force one's opponent's sword from one line into another  
23      (Chess)   a position in which one player's pawns have a hold on the centre that makes it difficult for the opponent to advance there,   (See also)        bind over  
     (Old English bindan; related to Old Norse binda, Old High German bintan, Latin offendix band2, Sanskrit badhnati he binds)  

bind over  
      vb   tr, adv   to place (a person) under a legal obligation, such as one to keep the peace  
double bind  
      n   a situation of conflict from which there is no escape; unresolvable dilemma  
Diccionario de inglés definición  



1    attach, fasten, glue, hitch, lash, paste, rope, secure, stick, strap, tie, tie up, truss, wrap  
2    compel, constrain, engage, force, necessitate, obligate, oblige, prescribe, require  
3    confine, detain, hamper, hinder, restrain, restrict  
4    bandage, cover, dress, encase, swathe, wrap  
5    border, edge, finish, hem, trim  
6      (informal)   bore, difficulty, dilemma, drag     (informal)   hot water     (informal)   nuisance, pain in the arse     (taboo informal)   pain in the neck     (informal)   predicament, quandary, spot     (informal)   tight spot  
1 & 3    free, loosen, release, unbind, undo, unfasten, untie  

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bind over, double bind, bin, blind

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