Definitions of "bind"
  1. To make someone legally answerable to fulfill a duty, often as stipulated by a contract
  2. To impose a legal responsibility or commitment on someone
  3. To exercise legal control over any entity or individual, or to limit their actions through the force of law
  4. To start an insurance policy through a verbal agreement or a written document known as a binder
How to use "bind" in a sentence
  1. The builder failed to meet the deadlines set forth in the contract, violating the conditions that bind them to the project.
  2. Upon accepting the job offer, he was legally bind to adhere to the company's terms and conditions.
  3. The law binds the company to pay the settlement, compensating the plaintiff for damages suffered.

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