I [bɔʊnd] n
1) прыжок, скачок

The deer's bound over the ice sounded like breaking glass. — Скачки оленя по льду издавали звук бьющегося стекла.

These cars have been gaining popularity by leaps and bounds. — Эти машины очень быстро завоевывают признание.

He made his bound before he was aware of the water. — Он сделал прыжок еще не видя воды.

- graceful bound
- soaring bound
- vaulting bounds
- bound shot
- bound forward
- bound on ...
- at a single
- develop by leaps and bound
- make a bound
- horse jumped it over at one bound
2) (обыкновенно pl) пределы, границы

His fury (her anger, his impatience) knew no bounds. — Его ярости (гневу, нетерпению) не было границ.

There are no bounds to his ambition. — Его желаниям нет предела.

His insolence has broken all bounds. — Его нахальство безгранично. /Его нахальство не имеет границ.

It is not outside (it is within) the bounds of probability (of possibility). — Это не лишено вероятности (возможности).

He went outside the bounds of decency. — Он перешел границы дозволенного

- farthest bounds of the ocean
- bounds of space and time
- within the narrow bounds of law
- beyond the bounds of the city
- out of bounds of smth
- within bounds
- know no bounds
- pass all bounds
- pass beyond the bounds of sight
- go beyond the bounds of common sense
- keep within the bounds of truth and dignity
- escape from the bounds set by traditional culture
- keep smb within bounds
- set bounds to one's ambition
- keep within bounds
- keep your hopes within bounds
II [bɔʊnd] v
Past и P.P. от bind

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