bind

bind
past tense, past participle - bound; verb
1) (to tie up: The doctor bound up the patient's leg with a bandage; The robbers bound up the bank manager with rope.) atar, amarrar
2) (to fasten together and put a cover on the pages of (a book): Bind this book in leather.) encuadernar
- -bound
bind vb atar
El pasado y participio pasado de bind es bound
bind
tr[baɪnd]
noun
1 familiar fastidio, molestia
transitive verb (pt & pp bound tr[baʊnd] )
1 (tie up) atar; (cereals, corn) agavillar
2 SMALLCOOKERY/SMALL (sauce) ligar
3 (book etc) encuadernar
4 (bandage) vendar
5 (require) obligar
bind ['baɪnd] vt, bound ['baʊnd] ; binding
1) tie: atar, amarrar
2) obligate: obligar
3) unite: aglutinar, ligar, unir
4) bandage: vendar
5) : encuadernar (un libro)
bind
n.
lata s.f.
lazo s.m.
ligadura s.f.
v.
(§ p.,p.p.: bound) = adherirse v.
agarrotar v.
aprisionar v.
atar v.
ceñir v.
comprometer (Jurisprudencia) v.
empastar v.
encadenar v.
encordar v.
encuadernar v.
enlazar v.
estreñir v.
ligar v.
precintar v.
trabar v.
unir v.
vendar v.
vincular v.

I baɪnd
(past & past p bound) transitive verb
1) (tie, fasten) \<\<person\>\> atar, amarrar

the ties that bind us — los lazos que nos unen; bound IV 1) a)

2)
a) (wrap) envolver*
b) bind (up) \<\<wound\>\> vendar
c) (in sewing) ribetear
3) (Law) obligar*
4) \<\<book\>\> encuadernar, empastar
5) (Culin) ligar*, unir
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun (colloq)
a) (difficult situation) aprieto m, apuro m

to be in a bind — estar* en un aprieto or apuro, estar* metido en un lío (fam)

b) (nuisance) (BrE) lata f (fam), plomo m (fam), rollo m (Esp fam)
[baɪnd] (pt, pp bound)
1. VT
1) (=tie together) atar; (=tie down, make fast) sujetar; (fig) unir (to a)

bound hand and foot — atado de pies y manos

2) (=encircle) rodear (with de), ceñir (with con, de)
3) [+ wound, arm etc] vendar; [+ bandage] enrollar
4) (Sew) [+ material, hem] ribetear; (Agr) [+ corn] agavillar
5) [+ book] encuadernar
6) (=oblige)

to bind sb to sth — obligar a algn a cumplir con algo

to bind sb to do sth — obligar a algn a hacer algo

to bind sb as an apprentice to — poner a algn de aprendiz con

bound I, 1.
7) (Culin) unir, trabar
2.
VI [cement etc] cuajarse; [parts of machine] trabarse
3.
N (Brit) * (=nuisance) lata * f

it's a bind — es una lata *

what a bind! — ¡qué lata! *

to be in a bind — estar en apuros

the bind is that ... — el problema es que ...

* * *

I [baɪnd]
(past & past p bound) transitive verb
1) (tie, fasten) \<\<person\>\> atar, amarrar

the ties that bind us — los lazos que nos unen; bound IV 1) a)

2)
a) (wrap) envolver*
b) bind (up) \<\<wound\>\> vendar
c) (in sewing) ribetear
3) (Law) obligar*
4) \<\<book\>\> encuadernar, empastar
5) (Culin) ligar*, unir
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun (colloq)
a) (difficult situation) aprieto m, apuro m

to be in a bind — estar* en un aprieto or apuro, estar* metido en un lío (fam)

b) (nuisance) (BrE) lata f (fam), plomo m (fam), rollo m (Esp fam)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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