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Spanish translation of “bind”

bind

verb /baind/ (past tense, past participle bound /baund/)
to tie up
atar, amarrar
The doctor bound up the patient’s leg with a bandage The robbers bound up the bank manager with rope.
to fasten together and put a cover on the pages of (a book)
encuadernar
The book will be bound in leather.
binding noun the covering in which the leaves of a book are fixed
encuadernación
a leather binding.
-bound suffix (as part of a word) prevented from making progress by a particular thing
retenido por
snowbound The ship was fogbound.
(Definition of bind from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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