- The agreement is binding on both parties.
- 我要是不受约束就好了, 可是我的合同还要约束我三年
- I wish I were a free agent, but my contract binds me for three more years.
- Something, such as a fetter, cord, or band, that binds, ties, or fastens things together.
- In1937 he was compelled to bind out his twelve- year-old son to a blacksmith.
- Add an egg-yolk to the flour and fat to make it bind/to bind the mixture.
- A binding or enclosure for a book or magazine.
- In primitive cultures the obligation to seek and to receive the traditional instruction is binding to all.
- Their refusal to sign the contract has put us in a bit of a bind.
- One who lashes so as to secure or bind, as with a rope.
- Something, such as a cord, used to bind.
- A cable containing flat metallic ribbon conductors, all lying side-by-side in the same plane and imbedded in a material which insulates and binds them together.
- He is the only philanthropist I can think of who gave away his fortune with absolutely no strings binding its use.
- A contract is an agreement which sets forth binding obligation of the parties.
- One of qualities of a double bind is that one feels it more than sees it and I distinctly remember the tension and strange sense of dishonesty I felt in those days as I moved back and forth like a bigamist
- In chloroplast this enzyme consists of two parts: membrane-embedded cfo and cytoplasmic cf1.cfo conducts protons flux through the thylakoid membrane and provides the binding site for cf1.cf1contains the nucleotide-binding and catalytic sites.