bound lietuviškai

bound vertimas I 1. n riba; siena; to set bounds to apriboti; outside the bounds už ribų; 2. v apriboti; ribotis II 1. n šuolis; at a boundvienu šuoliu; 2. v (pa)šokti, šokuoti III 1. pt ir pp iš bind; 2.a (iš)vykstąs; the ship is bound for New York laivas išvyksta į Niujorką; sujungtas su kuo nors, susietas

  • be bound up in (v.) susigerti
  • bound for () keliaujantis į, ant, į... pusę, į, link
  • fog-bound (adj.) negalintis skristi/plaukti dėl rūko
  • homeward-bound (adv.) namo, namie
  • homeward-bound (adj.) į namus
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (line) a line determining the limits of an area
  • (extremity) the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something
  • (extent) the greatest possible degree of something
  • (jumping) a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
  • (cling) to stick to firmly
  • (move) to move forward by leaps and bounds
  • (social verb) to create social or emotional ties
  • (enclose) to form the boundary of; to be contiguous to
  • (make fast) to make fast; to tie or secure, with, or as if with, a rope Type of: attach
  • (control) to place limits on (extent or access)
  • (bandage) to wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose
  • (resile) to spring back; to spring away from an impact
  • (hold down) to secure with, or as if with, ropes
  • (oblige) to bind by an obligation; to cause to be indebted
  • (cover) to provide with a binding Type of: cover
  • (fasten, secure, rope) to fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord
  • (chemistry) to form a chemical bond with Topic: chemistry. Type of: adhere
  • (indispose) to cause to be constipated
  • (confined, bonds) confined by bonds Similar to: enchained, fettered, furled, pinioned, tethered, trussed, wired
  • (held, another element) held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical union Topics: chemistry. Similar to: conjugated, conjugated
  • (secured, cover, binding) secured with a cover or binding
  • (certain) governed by fate
  • (treated) covered or wrapped with a bandage
  • (oriented) headed or intending to head in a certain direction
  • (sworn) bound by an oath Similar to: sworn
  • (unfree) bound by contract
  • (constipated) confined in the bowels Similar to: constipated

bind sinonimai attach, border, compel, confine, constrain, engage, fasten, force, indenture, knot, knot together, necessitate, obligate, oblige, seal, strap, tie, tie up, wrap, adhere, adhere to, attach, bandage, be stuck, bind up, bond, constipate, fasten, hold, hold fast, lash, link, obligate, oblige, pinion, stick, stick to, strap, tie, tie down, tie up, truss, truss up

- bound sinonimai at, bound for, destined for, on, on the way to, to, toward, towards

-bound sinonimai at, bound for, confined, destined for, on, on the way to, to, toward, towards

bound sinonimai apprenticed, articled, bandaged, destined, indentured, tied, barrier, border, bounce, boundary, bounds, edge, flip, frontier, hop, hopping, jump, leap, leaping, limit, saltation, skipping, vault, spring, border, bounce, bounce off, confine, delimit, demarcate, glance off, hop, jump, leap, limit, rebound, recoil, resile, restrain, restrict, reverberate, ricochet, shoot back, skim, spring, spring back, spring up, take a hop, throttle, trammel, bounce, bounce back, carom, rebound, shoot back, spring back, spring up, border, define, delimit, demarcate, mark off, mark out, outline, stake out

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