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From the English verb bind:
bound is:
   Past Participle

bound  Verb
  1. Translate "bound" to Spanish: saltar

  2. Translate "bound" to Spanish: saltar
    English Synonyms of "bound": hop, jump, leap, spring, vault
    Define meaning of "bound": Move forward by leaps and bounds.
  3. The horse bounded across the meadow.
    The child leapt across the puddle.
    Can you jump over the fence?

  4. Translate "bound" to Spanish: delimitar, confinar, limitar, determinar, circunscribir
    English Synonyms of "bound": define, delimit, delimitate, determine, limit, limit off
    Define meaning of "bound": Place limits on (extent or access).
  5. Restrict the use of this parking lot.
    Limit the time you can spend with your friends.


bound  Noun
  1. Translate "bound" to Spanish: salto, rebote, bote
    English Synonyms of "bound": bounce, hop, jump, leap, bouncing, bouncing off, skip, vault, saltation
    Define meaning of "bound": A light springing movement upwards or forwards.

  2. Translate "bound" to Spanish: parámetro
    English Synonyms of "bound": ambit, limit

  3. Translate "bound" to Spanish: límite
    English Synonyms of "bound": limit, cap
    Define meaning of "bound": The greatest possible degree of something. ; As far as something can go. ; The greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed.


bound  Adjective
  1. Translate "bound" to Spanish: atado, amarrado
    English Synonyms of "bound": tied, corded, strapped, tethered, tied-down
    Define meaning of "bound": Confined by bonds. ; Held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical union.
  2. Bound and gagged hostages.

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  3. Translate "bound" to Spanish: obligado, astricto
    English Synonyms of "bound": compulsory, constrained, enforced, forced, obligated, obligatory, astricted, obliged
    Define meaning of "bound": Bound by contract. ; Bound by an oath.
  4. A bound official.

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  5. Translate "bound" to Spanish: destinado
    English Synonyms of "bound": destined, appointed, assigned, ear-marked, earmarked
    Define meaning of "bound": Governed by fate. ; Headed or intending to head in a certain direction; often used as a combining form as in 'college-bound students'.
  6. Bound to happen.
    An old house destined to be demolished.
    He is destined to be famous.
    Children bound for school.
    A flight destined for New York.


  7. Translate "bound" to Spanish: obligado, comprometido
    English Synonyms of "bound": obligated, committed, compromised, constrained, legally bound, morally bound, obliged, pledged, engaged

Verb Conjugation for "bound"
Gerund: bounding

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Conceptually-related expressions of "bound"
at a single bound
at one bound
avoid going beyond the bounds of
base-bound register
be bound for
be bound to
be bound together by
be bound together in
be bound up in
be bound up with
be duty bound
be homeward bound
be out of bounds
be outward bound from
bed-bound
belly-bound
beyond the bound
beyond the bounds
branch and bound algorithm
by leaps and bounds
cell-bound antibody
coding bounds
concrete-bound
cultural-bound
culture-bound
culture-bound disorder
culture-bound syndrome
culture-bound variable
data bound control
disaster-bound
drive off the road in bumps and bounds
duty-bound
earth-bound
ego-bound
error bound
error bound computation
feel bound to
fog-bound
get on in leaps and bounds
get out of bounds
Gilbert-Varshamov bound
go forward by leaps and bounds
go out of bounds
grow by leaps and bounds
half-bound
Hamming bound
home-bound
home-bound person
homeward-bound
homeward-bound trip
in duty bound
in leaps and bounds
inflation-bound
inside the bounds
keep within bounds
know no bounds
leap tall buildings at a single bound
leap tall buildings in a single bound
leather-bound
legally bound
mete and bound
morally bound
move forward with bounds
muscle-bound
out of bounds
outer bounds
output bound
outward bound
overstep one's bounds
paper-bound
particle with mass made up of smaller units called quarks that are bound together
protein-bound iodine
put bounds to
quarter-bound
rock bound
run by leaps and bounds
set bounds to
snow-bound
soft-bound book
sphere-packing bound
spiral-bound
stimulus-bound
strike-bound
tariff bound under the GATT
tariffs bound under the GATT
tightly bound
TV-bound
weather-bound
wheelchair-bound
within appropriate bounds
within bounds
within the bounds
written instrument setting forth terms of agreement by which one is bound
zero-bound duty
bind  Verb
Plural: binds
  1. Translate "bind" to Spanish: atar, amarrar, ligar, sujetar, liar
    English Synonyms of "bind": belt, bind up, fasten, fasten up, knot, lace, tie
    Define meaning of "bind": Fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord. ; Secure with or as if with ropes.; Make fast; tie or secure, with or as if with a rope. ; Stick to firmly.
  2. They bound the ropes, Ellos ligaron las cuerdas.
    They tied their victim to the chair.
    Tie down the prisoners.
    Tie up the old newspapes and bring them to the recycling shed.
    The Chinese would bind the feet of their women.
    Will this wallpaper adhere to the wall?

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  3. Translate "bind" to Spanish: encuadernar, empastar, ligar las páginas de
    English Synonyms of "bind": tie the pages of
    Define meaning of "bind": Provide with a binding.
  4. Bind the books in leather.

  5. Translate "bind" to Spanish: aglutinar, hacer compacto
    English Synonyms of "bind": agglomerate, join, agglutinate, cluster, concrete, conglutinate
    Define meaning of "bind": Form into one cluster.


  6. Translate "bind" to Spanish: vincular, conectar, aligar, coligar
    English Synonyms of "bind": associate, bind together, bind up together, colligate, cross-link, link, link together
    Define meaning of "bind": Create social or emotional ties.
  7. The system linked the data, El sistema coligó los datos.
    The grandparents want to bond with the child.

  8. Translate "bind" to Spanish: obligar, comprometer
    English Synonyms of "bind": coerce, compel, constrain, force, impel, obligate, oblige
    Define meaning of "bind": Bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted.
  9. He's held by a contract.
    I'll hold you by your promise.

  10. Translate "bind" to Spanish: convalidar, legalizar, ratificar, validar
    English Synonyms of "bind": verify, authenticate, legitimate, make legal, ratify, validate, legalise, legalize
    Define meaning of "bind": Confirm the truth of.


  11. Translate "bind" to Spanish: tener fuerza obligatoria
    English Synonyms of "bind": be binding

  12. Translate "bind" to Spanish: aglutinarse
    English Synonyms of "bind": agglutinate, cohere, conglutinate
    Define meaning of "bind": Clump together; as of bacteria, red blood cells, etc.

  13. Translate "bind" to Spanish: unir, combinar
    English Synonyms of "bind": bond, join, stick, bind together, bind up together, tie together, join out, religate
    Define meaning of "bind": Create social or emotional ties.
  14. The grandparents want to bond with the child.


  15. Translate "bind" to Spanish: comprometer
    English Synonyms of "bind": pledge, obligate
    Define meaning of "bind": Give as a guarantee.

bind  Noun
  1. Translate "bind" to Spanish: apuro, vaina, burundanga
    English Synonyms of "bind": difficult situation, fix, mess, awkward situation, deep water, difficulty, distressed condition, hang-up, predicament

  2. Translate "bind" to Spanish: situación molesta, molestia, situación incómoda, situación muy tensa e incómoda
    English Synonyms of "bind": bother, hassle, aggravation, annoyance, annoying situation, bothering, discomfort, troublesome situation
    Define meaning of "bind": Something or someone that causes trouble; a source of unhappiness. ; An angry disturbance.


  3. Translate "bind" to Spanish: vinculación, ligazón, unión
    English Synonyms of "bind": junction
    Define meaning of "bind": Something that hinders as if with bonds.

  4. Translate "BIND" to Spanish: Sistema de Nombres de Dominio de Berkeley, Berkeley Internet Name Domain, BIND, Nombre de Dominio Internet de Berkeley, servidor DNS para sistemas operativos similares al Unix
    English Synonyms of "BIND": Berkeley Internet Name Domain, DNS server for operating systems similar to Unix

Verb Conjugation for "bind"
Gerund: binding

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Conceptually-related expressions of "bind"
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