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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
bounded
  • bị chặn
  • almost b. hầu bị chặn
  • essentially b. (giải tích) bị chặn thực sự, bị chặn cốt yếu, bị chặn hầu khắp nơi
  • totally b. hoàn toàn bị chặn
  • uniformyli b. bị chặn đều
Concise Dictionary
bounds|bounded|boundingbaʊnd
noun
+a line determining the limits of an area
+the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something
+the greatest possible degree of something
+a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
verb
+move forward by leaps and bounds
+form the boundary of; be contiguous to
+place limits on (extent or access)
+spring back; spring away from an impact
adj.
+held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical union
+confined by bonds
+secured with a cover or binding; often used as a combining form
+(usually followed by `to') governed by fate
+covered or wrapped with a bandage
+headed or intending to head in a certain direction; often used as a combining form as in `college-bound students'
+bound by an oath
+bound by contract
+confined in the bowels

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 Usually, bounds. boundary, boundary-line, limit(s), extent, border(s), confines:
Please try to keep the dogs within the bounds of the estate. Carl's plan is beyond the bounds of common sense.
v.
2 limit, restrict, confine, delimit, define, circumscribe:
The river bounds the property on the east.
n.
1 leap, jump, vault, spring; bounce, hop:
With a great bound, the dog was upon me.
2 by leaps and bounds. See leap, 7, below.
v.
3 leap, jump, hop, spring, vault, gambol, caper, romp, frolic, bounce, Colloq galumph:
The wolfhound came bounding towards me across the meadow.
adj.
1 tied, fast, fixed, fastened, confined, secured:
We were bound hand and foot and left in the cave.
2 obliged, obligated, required, constrained, forced, compelled:
In the circumstances, Philippa was bound to do as she was told.
3 determined, resolved:
Otto is bound to go to the party if Antonia is going.
4 likely, certain, sure, destined, predestined, fated, doomed:
He is bound to get the sack if he goes on turning up late.
5 destined, scheduled, booked; headed, directed:
We were bound for Cardiff.


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