bind / baɪnd /


bind4 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

bound, bind·ing.

  1. to fasten or secure with a band or bond.
  2. to encircle with a band or ligature: She bound her hair with a ribbon.
  3. to swathe or bandage: to bind up one's wounds.
v. 无主动词 verb

bound, bind·ing.

  1. to become compact or solid; cohere.
  2. to be obligatory: an obligation that binds.
  3. to chafe or restrict, as poorly fitting garments: This jacket binds through the shoulders.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act or process of binding; the state or instance of being bound.
  2. something that binds.
  3. Music. a tie, slur, or brace.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. bind off, Textiles. to loop over another in making an edge on knitted fabric.

bind 近义词

n. 名词 noun


v. 动词 verb

fasten, secure

v. 动词 verb

obligate; restrict


  • bind hand and foot
  • bind over
  • in a bind


  1. This New York Times story suggests that the double bind has a sibling—I’ll call it the motherhood bind.
  2. The Broadsheet has spent plenty of time covering the “double bind” that women face in the workplace.
  3. That’s the chicken-and-egg situation that has left indoor farms in a bind the world over until now, Teng points out.
  4. To accomplish this next stage of capitalism, we must shake ourselves from the binds of a false narrative, the one that pits the interests of stakeholders against the interests of shareholders.
  5. Many students are taking Mitsch’s advice, and that’s putting colleges in a bind.
  6. By announcing this meeting with such feel-good publicity, they are placing their successors in quite a bind.
  7. On Escobar's order, Popeye took Mendoza hostage in the warden's house while Escobar tried to figure his way out of the bind.
  8. Its molecules bind to messenger RNA, allowing certain genes to be “turned off.”
  9. This has put Ukrainian gay activists and their allies in a bind.
  10. Finally, Mandela understood the ties that bind the human spirit.
  11. They have a living faith in the potency of the Horse-Guards, and in the maxim that "Safe bind is sure find."
  12. He had, however, torn the leg of one of his stockings: so he asked Amy to bind up his wounds.
  13. Oaths taken in courts of judicature, civil or religious, and the marriage oath, bind the parties in like manner.
  14. In one word, to the whole worship of God the soul that clings to His Covenant will cordially bind itself in his dread presence.
  15. There is none to judge thy judgment to bind it up: thou hast no healing medicines.