- past participle tense of - to bind ⇄ bound marathi
- past tense of - to bind ⇄ bound marathi
- आबद्ध ⇄ bound marathi
- उडी ⇄ bound marathi
- उडी मारणे ⇄ bound marathi
- उधळणे ⇄ bound marathi
- पदाबद्ध ⇄ bound marathi
- बंध ⇄ bound marathi
- बंधनकारक ⇄ bound marathi
- बद्ध ⇄ bound marathi
- बांधणी केलेले ⇄ bound marathi
- बांधला गेलेला ⇄ bound marathi
- बांधलेला ⇄ bound marathi
- बांधील ⇄ bound marathi
- बांधीव ⇄ bound marathi
- मुरकणें ⇄ bound marathi
- वाक्याबद्ध ⇄ bound marathi
- सीमा ⇄ bound marathi
bound in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
- ಅವಶ್ಯವಾದ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಗಡಿ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಧುಮುಕುವಿಕೆ ⇄ bound kannada
- ನಿಗ್ರಹಿಸು ⇄ bound kannada
- ನಿರ್ಣೀತ ⇄ bound kannada
- ನೆಗೆತ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಪರಿಮಿತಗೊಳಿಸು ⇄ bound kannada
- ಬದ್ಧ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಬದ್ಧನಾದ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಮಿತ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಮೆಟ್ಟು ⇄ bound kannada
- ಲಮ್ಘಿಸು ⇄ bound kannada
- ಸಿಡಿ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಹಮ್ಗಿನ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಹಾರಿಕೆ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಹೊರಡಲು ಸಿದ್ಧವಾದ ⇄ bound kannada
- ಹೋಗತಕ್ಕ ⇄ bound kannada
bound in Konkani कोंकणी
- उड्क्यो ⇄ bound konkani
- जाव्का जाल्लेले ⇄ bound konkani
- दाक्शिण्या पोड्चे ⇄ bound konkani
- बांदुनू घाल्चे ⇄ bound konkani
bound in English
- bound ⇄ adj. 1. under some obligation; obliged.
Ex. I feel bound by my promise. It is better to love than to hate, to question than to accept, to be free than to be bound (Mardi Valgemae).
2. certain; sure.
Ex. Everyone is bound to make a mistenglish
- bound ⇄ bound (1), adjective, verb. english
- bound ⇄ bound (2), verb, noun. english
- bound ⇄ bound (3), noun, verb. english
- bound ⇄ bound (4), adjective.
on the way; going.
Ex. I am bound for home. He entered a train bound for Chicago.english
- bound ⇄ expr. beat the bounds, to tour the limits of a parish, in procession, striking the boundary markers with boughs, as a ceremony calling attention to the proper boundaries.
Ex. Beating the bounds is an old English custom.english
- bound ⇄ expr. bound up in (or with),
a. closely connected with.
Ex. A farmer's life is bound up in his work.
b. very devoted to.
Ex. The old friends are completely bound up in each other.english
- bound ⇄ expr. bounds,
a. land on or near a boundary.
Ex. He warned them against trespassing a second time on his bounds.
b. the area included within boundaries, especially as established by rule, custom, or law.
Ex. He kicked the ball oenglish
- bound ⇄ expr. perambulate the bounds, to make an official inspection of the boundaries of a town, traditionally the jurisdiction of town governments in New England. english
- bound ⇄ noun 1. a spring back; a bounce; rebound.
Ex. I caught the ball on the first bound.
2. a leaping or springing lightly along; jump.
Ex. The deer's bound over the ice sounded like breaking glass.
3. a leap or spring upward or onwaenglish
- bound ⇄ noun 1. Often, bounds, pl.
a limiting line; boundary; limit.
Ex. The king maintained peace and order within the bound of his realm. (Figurative.) Keep your hopes within bounds.
(SYN) border, confine.
1. (Mathematics.) a numberenglish
- bound ⇄ v.i. to share a boundary; have its boundary (on).
Ex. They bound on us between two and three thousand miles (Thomas Jefferson).
(SYN) abut, adjoin.english
- bound ⇄ v.i. 1. to spring back; bounce; rebound.
Ex. The rubber ball bounded from the wall.
2. to leap or spring lightly along; jump.
Ex. Mountain goats can bound from rock to rock.
3. to leap or spring upward.
Ex. to bound into tenglish
- bound ⇄ v.t. to cause to bound or rebound; bounce. english
- bound ⇄ v.t. 1a. to form the boundary of; limit.
Ex. Canada bounds the United States on the north. A line of blue hills that bounded the landscape (Washington Irving).
Ex. He was forced to bound his desires by reason.