bound - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "bound" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

bound / связанный, направляющийся, переплетенный
имя прилагательное
connected, bound, related, tied, associated, linked
bound, intertwined, interwoven, plaited
limited, bounded, restricted, confined, finite, bound
obliged, liable, bound, due, indebted, beholden
имя существительное
border, boundary, limit, bound, frontier, line
limit, range, scope, bound, margin, threshold
limitation, restriction, restraint, bound, stint, confinement
bounce, jump, leap, hop, spring, bound
jump, leap, hop, bounce, caper, bound
bind, associate, connect, bound, link, tie
limit, restrict, confine, constrain, restrain, bound
jump, leap, hop, skip, spring, bound
border, abut, neighbor, adjoin, march, bound
jump, skip, leap, dance, cavort, bound
имя прилагательное
heading toward somewhere.
trains bound for Chicago
restricted or confined to a specified place.
his job kept him city-bound
certain to do or have something.
there is bound to be a change of plan
(of a book) having a specified binding.
fine leather-bound books
(of a morpheme) unable to occur alone, e.g., dis- in dismount.
An analogous account can be given of many of the bound morphemes of English and other languages.
имя существительное
a leaping movement upward.
I went up the steps in two effortless bounds
a territorial limit; a boundary.
the ancient bounds of the forest
walk or run with leaping strides.
Louis came bounding down the stairs
form the boundary of; enclose.
the ground was bounded by a main road on one side and a meadow on the other
tie or fasten (something) tightly.
floating bundles of logs bound together with ropes
cohere or cause to cohere in a single mass.
mix the flour with the coconut and enough egg white to bind them
cause (people) to feel united.
the comradeship that had bound such a disparate bunch of young men together
impose a legal or contractual obligation on.
a party who signs a document will normally be bound by its terms
fix together and enclose (the pages of a book) in a cover.
a small, fat volume, bound in red morocco
The elementary method described in the present article can be refined to yield a quantitative upper bound .
Servants bound for less desirable colonial destinations also received shorter terms.
On December 3, he checked out again and jumped on a plane bound for Hawaii.
The strike also delayed trains bound for destinations on the European mainland.
For example, the usual definition of least upper bound is impredicative, since it characterizes a number in terms of a collection of upper bounds, and the defined number is a member of that collection.
Two planes carrying 89 people took off from Moscow's Domodedovo airport yesterday around an hour apart and bound for two different destinations.
Obviously, by definition, the destination of education bound trips is always an education centre, which may be situated in a nearby area or at the nearest market centre or town.
I hope that his mission will continue, and his death is seen as reason to work harder, to stand taller, to leap all these cultural obstacles with a single bound .
With a bound , he leapt free of the car and nearly knocked the poor boy over.
The tall building could be leapt in a single bound in lunar gravity.