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bound

US [baʊnd]
UK [baʊnd]
  • n.跳跃;蹦跳
  • adj.一定会;很可能会;受(法律、义务或情况)约束(必须做某事)
  • v.跳跃着跑;形成…的边界(或界限)
  • Web惊世狂花;范围;限制
Simple Present:bounds  Present Participle:bounding  Past Tense:bounded  
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adj.
1.
~ to do/be sth
一定会;很可能会certain or likely to happen, or to do or be sth
There are bound to be changes when the new system is introduced.
引进新系统后一定会发生变化。
It's bound to be sunny again tomorrow.
明天肯定又是阳光灿烂。
You've done so much work─you're bound to pass the exam.
你下了这么大功夫,考试准能及格。
It was bound to happen sooner or later(= we should have expected it) .
这事迟早都是要发生的。
You're bound to be nervous the first time(= it's easy to understand) .
第一次总是会紧张的。
2.
受(法律、义务或情况)约束(必须做某事);有义务(做某事)forced to do sth by law, duty or a particular situation
We are not bound by the decision.
我们不受该决定的约束。
You are bound by the contract to pay before the end of the month.
按照合同规定,你必须在月底前付款。
I am bound to say I disagree with you on this point.
我觉得有必要指出,在这一点上我不同意你的观点。
3.
因…受阻(或不能正常工作)prevented from going somewhere or from working normally by the conditions mentioned
Strike-bound travellers face long delays.
因罢工滞留的旅客要耽搁很长时间。
fogbound airports
因雾不能正常作业的机场
4.
正旅行去(某地);准备前往(某地)travelling, or ready to travel, in a particular direction or to a particular place
homeward bound(= going home)
在回家途中
Paris-bound
前往巴黎的
northbound/southbound/eastbound/westbound
向北╱向南╱向东╱向西行进的
a plane bound for Dublin
开往都柏林的飞机
IDM
He's too bound up in his work to have much time for his children.
他工作太忙,没有很多时间陪孩子们。
be bound up in sth
忙于某事;热衷于某事very busy with sth; very interested or involved in sth
He's too bound up in his work to have much time for his children.
他工作太忙,没有很多时间陪孩子们。
bound and determined
矢志不渝;下定决心very determined to do sth
communities bound together by customs and traditions
因习俗和传统而结合在一起的社区
be bound together by/in sth
因…(或在…方面)密切联系to be closely connected
communities bound together by customs and traditions
因习俗和传统而结合在一起的社区
From that moment my life became inextricably bound up with hers.
从那一刻起,我的一生就和她结下不解之缘。
bound up with sth
和某事密切相关closely connected with sth
From that moment my life became inextricably bound up with hers.
从那一刻起,我的一生就和她结下不解之缘。
Ill be bound
(informal)
我敢肯定I feel sure
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
跳跃着跑to run with long steps, especially in an enthusiastic way
The dogs bounded ahead.
那些狗在前面蹦蹦跳跳地跑。
2.
[t][usupass]
~ sth
形成…的边界(或界限)to form the edge or limit of an area
The field was bounded on the left by a wood.
那片地左边依傍着一片树林。
n.
— see also
bounds
1.
蹦跳;跳跃a high or long jump

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