bound / baʊnd /


bound2 个定义

v. 动词 verb
  1. simple past tense and past participle of bind.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. tied; in bonds: a bound prisoner.
  2. made fast as if by a band or bond: She is bound to her family.
  3. secured within a cover, as a book.

bound 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

obligated; destined

v. 动词 verb

jump, bounce

v. 动词 verb



  • bound and determined to
  • bound for
  • bound hand and foot
  • bound to, be
  • bound up in
  • by leaps and bounds
  • duty bound
  • honor bound
  • out of bounds
  • within bounds


  1. Some are afraid their homes are at risk if a fire escapes its bounds, or that the smoke will harm their health.
  2. What’s more, our awareness of exactly what’s lurking out there has advanced by leaps and bounds—especially when it comes to the largest, most dangerous objects in our neighborhood.
  3. This means all the energy available to support life was historically bounded by the supply provided by photosynthetic organisms.
  4. Though Deep Blue was meticulously programmed top-to-bottom to play chess, the approach was too labor-intensive, too dependent on clear rules and bounded possibilities to succeed at more complex games, let alone in the real world.
  5. The neighborhood is bounded by University Boulevard, Cheery Creek, Downing Street, and 8th street.
  6. That act forever sealed his feeling for the Chief, bound it up with the war, with violence, with the gun.
  7. They were born in 51 countries and speak 59 foreign languages, but they seemed bound by a single purpose and resolve.
  8. Bound together by mutual distrust, both sides end up lashing themselves to the mast of rigid law.
  9. From 2012 to 2013, 31 men left Aarhus bound for combat in Syria.
  10. That is bound to put a dent in public confidence in the police.
  11. On the thirteenth of the same month they bound to the stake, in order to burn alive, a man who had two religious in his house.
  12. A small book, bound in full purple calf, lay half hidden in a nest of fine tissue paper on the dressing-table.
  13. A good many children seem to be like savages in distinguishing those to whom one is bound to speak the truth.
  14. These officers are bound to maintayne themselves and families with food and rayment by their owne and their servant's industrie.
  15. A flock of weary sheep pattered along the road, barnward bound, heavy eyed and bleating softly.