ربط, قيد, تعهد, أوثق, حزم, عاق عن الحركة, عصب, كبل الايديمأزق, رباط
Noun(1) something that hinders as if with bonds
Verb(1) stick to firmly(2) create social or emotional ties(3) make fast; tie or secure, with or as if with a rope(4) wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose(5) secure with or as if with ropes(6) bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted(7) provide with a binding(8) fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord(9) form a chemical bond with(10) cause to be constipated
(1) But Samantha Leigh, prosecuting, said trouble started in 1998 when Henson received a bind over from magistrates for a common assault on Mrs Williams.(2) After all, one cannot bind together Europe's diversity in any meaningful way if one ignores the one thing that has enriched the continent for 2,000 years.(3) The Magistrates' Court may bind you over to keep the peace for a specified period in a number of different circumstances.(4) Our congregations will offer their practical and pastoral resources to bind up the wounds of the nation.(5) Where the State meets its burden of proof at the preliminary examination on the charged crime, the court lacks authority to dismiss the charged crime and bind defendant over to stand trial on a lesser degree of the charged crime, all as more fully set forth in the opinion.(6) It seems to me that he is in a bind , where he's essentially either a paper tiger or he's responsible for these things; either he can't stop the bombing or he can and refuses to.(7) So I think they really were in a bind , and I don't think they meant to offend their - the people, but they knew that if that was going to happen, they would take that chance.(8) clay is made up chiefly of tiny soil particles that bind together tightly(9) The mother in relation to the father is a prior untraceable trace, indeed a form of guiltless credit, which supports and underpins a moral economy developed through the property bind of the law of the father.(10) The same applies to bones, to cloth and paper and animal fat used to bind pigments in cave paintings.(11) mix the flour with the coconut and enough egg white to bind them(12) Other commonalities in law, language and economics bind England to America.(13) So far we have assumed that a myosin head can bind anywhere on the actin filament with equal probability.(14) The groundbreaking project is aimed at identifying the movers and shakers who bind together the community and ensure important projects are carried forward.(15) it's a real bind(16) Legume lectins are a group of oligomeric proteins that bind carbohydrates reversibly and specifically.
(1) bind up :: ربط ما يصل
(2) to bind :: لربط
(3) bind to :: ربط
(4) double bind :: مأزق مزدوج
(5) bind off :: ربط قبالة
(6) bind together :: ربط معا
(7) bind over :: الربط عبر
(8) be in a bind :: تكون في مأزق
(9) in a bind :: في مأزق
2. unite ::
3. constrain ::
5. bond ::
6. obligate ::
7. tie ::
8. truss ::
9. bandage ::
10. constipate ::
أصاب المعدة بامساك
11. predicament ::
1. unbind ::
bind, binder, binders, binding, bindings, binds
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Ser Jorah, BIND this woman to the pyre.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10
"And in the darkness, BIND them."
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 17
No laws BIND me.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 3
You're supposed to get yourself
out of this particular BIND,
Westworld Season 2, Episode 2
Bind him with every chain you can find!
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7
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