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bound

suffix /baund/
going in a particular direction
en dirección a, hacia
westbound traffic.
bound for on the way to
con destino a
The ship was bound for South Africa.
bound to certain to
ser seguro que
He’s bound to notice your mistake.
obliged to
estar obligado
I felt bound to mention it.
see also -bound under bind.
(Definition of bound from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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