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bound

US [baʊnd]
UK [baʊnd]
  • v.限制;“bind”的过去分词和过去式;形成…的界限[边界];使跳跃
  • adj.打算;开往(某处)去的;绑着的;理应…的
  • n.限制范围;极限
  • Web界线;限度;边界框
Simple Present:bounds  Present Participle:bounding  Past Tense:bounded  
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n.
1.
限制范围;极限the accepted or furthest limits of sth
beyond/outside/within the bounds of decency
没体统;有体统
Public spending must be kept within reasonable bounds.
公共开支必须控制在合理的范围内。
It was not beyond the bounds of possibility that they would meet again one day.
他们有一天会再度相遇,这不是没有可能。
His enthusiasm knew no bounds(= was very great) .
他有无限热情。
IDM
His shot went out of bounds.
他的球出界了。
His demands were out of bounds.
他的要求不合理。
out of bounds
出界;界外outside the area of play which is allowed
His shot went out of bounds.
他的球出界了。
不合理的;令人无法接受的not reasonable or acceptable
His demands were out of bounds.
他的要求不合理。
out of bounds (to/for sb)
不准进入;禁止入内if a place isout of bounds , people are not allowed to go there

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