bounded, past tense; bounds, 3rd person singular present; bounding, present participle; bounded, past participle;
Restricted or confined to a specified place
his job kept him city-bound
Prevented from operating normally by the specified conditions
Certain to do or have something
there is bound to be a change of plan
Obliged by law, circumstances, or duty to do something
I'm bound to do what I can to help Sam
I'm bound to say that I'm not sure
(of a book) Having a specified binding
fine leather-bound books
(of a morpheme) Unable to occur alone, e.g., dis- in dismount
Form the boundary of; enclose
the ground was bounded by a main road on one side and a meadow on the other
Place within certain limits; restrict
freedom of action is bounded by law
A territorial limit; a boundary
the ancient bounds of the forest
A limitation or restriction on feeling or action
it is not beyond the bounds of possibility that the issue could arise again
enthusiasm to join the union knew no bounds
A limiting value
boundary: a line determining the limits of an area
confined by bonds; "bound and gagged hostages"
jump: move forward by leaps and bounds; "The horse bounded across the meadow"; "The child leapt across the puddle"; "Can you jump over the fence?"
boundary: the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something
form the boundary of; be contiguous to
held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical union
The Bound was a British 4 wheeled cyclecar made in 1920 by Bound Brothers of Southampton, England.
In the sport of cricket, the bound is a jump that allows the bowler to transition from the run-up to the back foot contact position. For a chest on bowler not much transition is needed. So, many chest on bowlers have a low, short bound. ...
Bound is a 1996 neo-noir crime thriller film directed by the Wachowski brothers. It is about a woman (Jennifer Tilly) who longs to escape her relationship with her mafioso boyfriend (Joe Pantoliano). ...
This is a list of episodes of the science fiction television series Fringe, which premiered on Fox on September 9, 2008. ...
(Bounded (set theory)) In mathematics, particularly in mathematical logic and set theory, a club set is a subset of a limit ordinal which is closed under the order topology, and is unbounded relative to the limit ordinal. The name club is a contraction of closed and unbounded.
(Bounded (topological vector spaces)) In functional analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set in a topological vector space is called bounded or von Neumann bounded, if every neighborhood of the zero vector can be inflated to include the set. ...
A boundary, the border which one must cross in order to enter or leave a territory; a value which is known to be greater or smaller than a given set of values; Obliged (to); Very likely (to); That cannot stand alone as a free word; Constrained by a quantifier
(bounded) Of a set, that it is capable of being included within a ball of finite radius
(boundness) The state or quality of being bound
(bind) That which binds or ties; A troublesome situation; a problem; a predicament or quandary; Any twining or climbing plant or stem, especially a hop vine; a bine; A ligature or tie for grouping notes; To connect; To couple; To put together in a cover, as of books; to associate an identifier ...
(Bounded) the threshold concept helps to demarcate subject boundaries
(Bounding) Repetitive leaping across a surface, as in the triple jump.
(Bounding) Verb: Long spring-propelled strides, not running, essentially extended steps allowing the Bocker to cover more ground in a shorter amount of time. This can vary in speed but on an equivalent ratio of pace to that of a jog for a pedestrian. Also known as Loping / Lope.
Bounding is any kind of continuous and repetitive jumping or leaping. Bounding drills usually entail single leg bounding, double-leg bounding, or some variation of the two. It may also include box drills or depth jumps. ...
(BOUNDS) Boundaries in a metes and bounds description.
(bounds) The limits of an array or collection. In Java, the lower limit is always zero. In the case of an array, the upper bound is one less than then length of the array, and is fixed. ...
(BOUNDS) Boundaries that are natural (lakes, trees, rocks, etc.) or artificial (roads, railroads, etc.).
(Bounds) The limits of a plot of land such as a parish or the premises of a College.
(Bounds) The range of possible values of a cell in a table of frequency counts where the cell value has been perturbed or suppressed. Where only margins of tables are released it is possible to infer bounds for the unreleased joint distribution. ...