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bind British & World English

Tie or fasten (something) tightly together

bind English Thesaurus

bundles of logs bound together with ropes

bind off British & World English

Cast off in knitting

double bind British & World English

A situation in which a person is confronted with two irreconcilable demands or a choice between two undesirable courses of action

bind to in bind British & World English

Combine with (a substance) through chemical bonding

bind oneself in bind British & World English

Make a contractual or enforceable undertaking

bind someone to in bind British & World English

Cause someone to feel strongly attached to (a person or place)

bind someone hand and foot British & World English

Tie someone’s hands and feet together

bind off in bind British & World English

Cast off in knitting

hop bine British & World English

The climbing stem of the hop

hop bind in hop bine British & World English

The climbing stem of the hop

bind someone hand and foot in hand British & World English

Tie someone’s hands and feet together

bind or tie someone hand and foot in hand British & World English

Tie someone’s hands and feet together