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  1. Mot says:
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  2. Samumi says:
    bind: [verb] to make secure by tying. to confine, restrain, or restrict as if with bonds. to put under an obligation. to constrain with legal authority.
  3. Tejas says:
    1. unite, join, link, consolidate, unify It is the threat of persecution that binds them together. 2. oblige, make, force, require, engage, compel, prescribe, constrain, necessitate, impel, obligate The treaty binds them to respect their neighbour's independence.
  4. Kazrahn says:
    to fasten or secure with a band or bond. to encircle with a band or ligature: She bound her hair with a ribbon. verb (used without object), bound, bind·ing. to become compact or solid; cohere.
  5. Nikoshura says:
    to tie something or someone tightly or to fasten something: They bound the packages with brightly coloured ribbon. Bind together the two broken ends. The prisoner was bound hand and foot.
  6. Meztilrajas says:
    Sep 22,  · If something binds people together, it makes them feel as if they are all part of the same group or have something in common. It is the memory and threat of persecution that binds them together. [VERB noun with together] the social and political ties that bind the U.S.A. to Britain.
  7. Merr says:
    in a bind In a difficult or embarrassing position; also, unable to solve a problem. First recorded in , the term alludes to being bound up and hence unable to function. For example, “With donations failing to come in, the opera company found itself in a bind.”.
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  9. Malajar says:
    Synonyms of bind (Entry 2 of 2) 1 a difficult, puzzling, or embarrassing situation from which there is no easy escape with our vacation week fast approaching, and no arrangements for the care of our pets, we were in a serious bind.

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