Bedeutung von “bound” — Learner’s Dictionary


adjective us uk /baʊnd/
bound to do sth

B2 certain to do something, or certain to happen:

You're bound to feel nervous before your driving test.
bound up with sth

closely connected with something:

A country's culture is bound up with its language and history.
FORCED [ never before noun ]

having a moral or legal duty to do something:

The witness was bound by an oath to tell the truth.
DIRECTION [ never before noun ]

travelling towards a particular place:

He was on a train bound for Berlin.

(Definition von “bound adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)