1. boundary: the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of somethingSource or sample of word "bounds"
2. (bound) confined by bonds; "bound and gagged hostages"Source or sample of word "bounds"
3. (bound) 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?"Source or sample of word "bounds"
4. (bound) form the boundary of; be contiguous toSource or sample of word "bounds"
5. (bound) held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical unionSource or sample of word "bounds"
6. (bound) secured with a cover or binding; often used as a combining form; "bound volumes"; "leather-bound volumes"Source or sample of word "bounds"
7. (Bound (car)) The Bound was a British 4 wheeled cyclecar made in 1920 by Bound Brothers of Southampton, England.Source or sample of word "bounds"
8. (Bound (cricket)) 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. ...Source or sample of word "bounds"
9. (Bound (Fringe episode)) This is a list of episodes of the science fiction television series Fringe, which premiered on Fox on September 9, 2008. ...Source or sample of word "bounds"
10. (Bound (movie)) 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). ...Source or sample of word "bounds"
11. (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.Source or sample of word "bounds"
12. (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. ...Source or sample of word "bounds"
13. (bound) 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 quantifierSource or sample of word "bounds"
14. (bounded) Of a set, that it is capable of being included within a ball of finite radiusSource or sample of word "bounds"
15. (bound) One of the dignities also known as terms (from the latin - terminus), thought of as delimiting a certain circumstance within a certain confine of life. Often used in life expectancy calculations.Source or sample of word "bounds"
16. (bound) Refers to several issues of a periodical which are joined together under one cover.Source or sample of word "bounds"
17. (Bound) A book with a cover of any type, or a periodical that has a cover other than its published wraps.Source or sample of word "bounds"
18. (BOUND) A method of trimming a hood by which a piece of material is sewn over the anterior or the posterior side, or both, of a simple-shaped hood, or over the cowl or tippet, or both, of a full-shaped hood. ...Source or sample of word "bounds"
19. (BOUND) A bounce or jump (2 bounds per possession for advanced players; 3 for beginners)Source or sample of word "bounds"
20. (Bound) "Where are you bound?" means "where are you going to"; also held, as in wind-bound; prevented from sailing.Source or sample of word "bounds"
21. (Bound) A book is bound by sewing the pages to the boards prior to the gluing of the covering material.Source or sample of word "bounds"
22. (Bound) A network communication technique whereby a node automatically receives a network variable from a sender node whenever the sender node sends it out. Whenever this condition exists, the node is said to be "bound".Source or sample of word "bounds"
23. (Bound) In a traditional use of this term, a bound form is one which cannot stand alone and be used as an independent word, but rather must be attached to some other morpheme (e.g. negative n't, which has to attach to some auxiliary such as could). ...Source or sample of word "bounds"
24. (Bound) In extispicy TT , certain exta TT could be described as tightly bound to the other internal organs; the opposite term is Loose TT .Source or sample of word "bounds"
25. (Bound) Journal issues that are bound together. The "bound periodicals" are on the first floor of the library, shelved alphabetically by the title of the journal and in order by volume number.Source or sample of word "bounds"