bind


bind
I [baɪnd]
nome colloq. seccatura f., scocciatura f.
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to be in a bind — AE colloq. essere nei pasticci

II 1. [baɪnd]
verbo transitivo (pass., p.pass. bound)
1) (tie up) legare [hands, feet, person, parcel]; fasciare [wound]
2) (constrain)

to bind sb. to do — [law, oath] obbligare qcn. a fare

to be bound by — [person] essere tenuto per [law, oath]

3) (unite) (anche bind together) legare, unire [people, community]
4) sart. bordare [edge]
5) (in bookbinding) rilegare [book]
6) gastr. legare [mixture]
2.
verbo intransitivo (pass., p.pass. bound) gastr. [mixture] legarsi
* * *
past tense, past participle - bound; verb
1) (to tie up: The doctor bound up the patient's leg with a bandage; The robbers bound up the bank manager with rope.) fasciare; legare
2) (to fasten together and put a cover on the pages of (a book): Bind this book in leather.) rilegare
- -bound
* * *
[baɪnd] bound vb: pt, pp
1. vt
1) (tie together, make fast) legare, fig legare, unire, Culin legare, (Sewing: seam) orlare, (book) rilegare

bound hand and foot — legato (-a) mani e piedi

2) (encircle) avvolgere, (wound, arm) fasciare, bendare
3)

(oblige) to bind sb to sth/to do sth — obbligare qn a qc/a fare qc

to be bound to — essere obbligato (-a) a

the authorities are legally bound to take action — le autorità sono obbligate per legge ad intervenire

2. n
(fam: nuisance) scocciatura
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bind /baɪnd/
n. [cu]
1 (fam.) seccatura; scocciatura (fam.): It's a real bind, having to fetch them, è una bella scocciatura dover andare a prenderli
2 (fam.) difficoltà; guaio; grana; pasticcio: to be in a bind, trovarsi in difficoltà (o nei pasticci); to put sb. in a bind, mettere q. in una posizione difficile; creare delle grane per q.
3 (form.) vincolo: moral bind, vincolo morale
4 (mus.) legatura.
(to) bind /baɪnd/
(pass. e p. p. bound)
A v. t.
1 legare; assicurare: They bound my hands, mi hanno legato le mani; to bind sb. hand and foot, legare q. mani e piedi; He was bound and gagged, è stato legato e imbavagliato; to bind st. fast, assicurare bene qc.
2 (fig.) legare; unire; tenere unito: A common ideal binds them together, li unisce un ideale comune
3 vincolare; obbligare; legare: to bind sb. to secrecy, vincolare q. a mantenere il segreto
4 allogare come apprendista; mettere a bottega: He was bound to a tailor for three years, è stato messo a bottega da un sarto per tre anni
5 rilegare: to bind a book in cloth, rilegare un libro in tela
6 fascicolare (documenti, ecc.)
7 bordare; profilare
8 rendere compatto; rassodare; amalgamare; far legare: to bind the soil, rendere compatto il terreno; Add an egg to bind the mixture, aggiungete un uovo per legare il composto
9 costipare (l'intestino)
10 (comput.) associare: bound data, dati associati
B v. i.
1 rassodarsi; legare; coagularsi; amalgamarsi: Heat makes clay bind, il calore fa rassodare l'argilla
2 (chim.) legare
3 (mecc.) grippare, gripparsi; incepparsi; bloccarsi: Rust has caused the lock to bind, la serratura s'è bloccata per la ruggine
to bind oneself, impegnarsi (a fare qc.); vincolarsi.
* * *
I [baɪnd]
nome colloq. seccatura f., scocciatura f.
••

to be in a bind — AE colloq. essere nei pasticci

II 1. [baɪnd]
verbo transitivo (pass., p.pass. bound)
1) (tie up) legare [hands, feet, person, parcel]; fasciare [wound]
2) (constrain)

to bind sb. to do — [law, oath] obbligare qcn. a fare

to be bound by — [person] essere tenuto per [law, oath]

3) (unite) (anche bind together) legare, unire [people, community]
4) sart. bordare [edge]
5) (in bookbinding) rilegare [book]
6) gastr. legare [mixture]
2.
verbo intransitivo (pass., p.pass. bound) gastr. [mixture] legarsi

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