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binding British & World English

A strong covering holding the pages of a book together

binding English Thesaurus

a legally binding agreement

bind British & World English

Tie or fasten (something) tightly together

bias binding British & World English

A narrow strip of fabric cut obliquely and used to bind edges or for decoration

binding post British & World English

A connector consisting of a threaded screw to which bare wires are attached and held in place by a nut

binding site British & World English

A location on a macromolecule or cellular structure at which chemical interaction with a specific active substance takes place

half binding British & World English

A type of bookbinding in which the spine and corners are bound in one material (typically leather) and the rest of the cover in another

half binding New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

bookbinding in which the spine and corners are bound in a different material to the rest of the cover

binding energy British & World English

The energy that holds a nucleus together. This is equal to the mass defect of the nucleus

perfect binding British & World English

A form of bookbinding in which the leaves are bound by gluing rather than sewing

quarter binding British & World English

A type of bookbinding in which the spine is bound in one material (usually leather) and the rest of the cover in another

unsewn binding British & World English

Another term for perfect binding.

perfect binding New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

bookbinding in which the leaves are glued together after the back folds have been cut off

quarter binding New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

binding with the book's spine in a different material from the rest of the cover

unsewn binding New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

another name for perfect binding

publisher's binding New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

standard binding in which an edition is supplied to booksellers

bias tape British & World English

A narrow strip of fabric cut obliquely and used to bind edges or for decoration

bias binding in bias tape British & World English

A narrow strip of fabric cut obliquely and used to bind edges or for decoration

bind to in bind British & World English

Combine with (a substance) through chemical bonding

bind off in bind British & World English

Cast off in knitting

bind off British & World English

Cast off in knitting

ski binding in binding British & World English

A mechanical device fixed to a ski to grip a ski boot, especially either of a pair used for downhill skiing which hold the toe and heel of the boot and release it automatically in a fall

spellbinding British & World English

Holding one’s attention completely as though by magic; fascinating

bind someone to in bind British & World English

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

bind oneself in bind British & World English

Make a contractual or enforceable undertaking

precedent British & World English

A previous case or legal decision that may be or (binding precedent) must be followed in subsequent similar cases

binding precedent in precedent British & World English

A previous case or legal decision that may be or (binding precedent) must be followed in subsequent similar cases

bind someone hand and foot in hand British & World English

Tie someone’s hands and feet together

bind someone hand and foot British & World English

Tie someone’s hands and feet together


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