binding

bindings

Substantiv
Vanligast
the capacity to attract and hold something
Vanlig

Synonymer

Vanlig
the front and back covering of a book
  • "the book had a leather binding"

Synonymer

Mindre vanlig
strip sewn over or along an edge for reinforcement or decoration
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Verb
Vanligast
Adhere or bond physically, emotionally or socially; make fast; tie or secure, with or as if with a rope
  • "They bound their victims to the chair."
  • "The Chinese would bind the feet of their women."
  • "Will this wallpaper bind to the wall?"
  • "The hydrogen binds with oxygen."

Synonymer

Vanlig
wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose

Synonymer

Vanlig
provide with a binding, as of books
  • "Bind the books in leather."
Mindre vanlig
create social or emotional ties
  • "He is bound by a contract."

Synonymer

Mindre vanlig teknik
Mindre vanlig skor

Synonymer

Mindre vanlig
complete and remove several stiches or an entire row
  • "I covered several of the more common ways to bind off."

Synonymer

Mindre vanlig

Synonymer

Ovanlig
Ovanlig medicin
  • "These foods tend to bind you."

Synonymer

binding

Adjektiv
Vanligast
executed with proper legal authority
  • "a binding contract"
Vanlig
hindering freedom of movement
  • "tight garments are uncomfortably binding"
Mindre vanlig

Synonymer

Ovanlig medicin
causing constipation