Complete Definition of "bind"

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English

Etymology
From OE. bindan.

Pronunciation
IPA|/b惻nd/
audio|en-us-bind.ogg|Audio (US)
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-aɪnd|-aɪnd

Noun
en-noun

  1. A troublesome situation; a problem; a predicament or quandary.

Verb
en-verb|binds|binding|bound or rarely bounden

  1. To connect
  2. To couple
  3. To put together in a cover, as of books
  4. computing to associate an identifier with a value; to associate a variable name with the content of a storage location

Translations

Crimean Tatar: bint#Crimean Tatar|bint
Dutch: binden, verbinden, koppelen
Finnish: sitoa, yhdistää
French: relier (livre)
German: verbinden (1,2), konnektieren (1)
Ido: bindar
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Indonesian: ikat, sambung, hubung
Italian: legare (1,2), connettere (2)
Japanese: ç¹ã (ã¤ãªã, tsunagu), ç¹ãã (ã¤ãªãã, tsunageru)
Portuguese: conectar
Spanish: atar (tie), empastar (books)

Derived terms
bindweed

References
R:Century 1911
R:Webster 1913

Category:English irregular verbs

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