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## bounding 英 美 [ˈbaʊndɪŋ]

• v. 跳跃；（使）弹回；成为……的界限（bound 的现在分词）

### 网络释义专业释义英英释义

... boundary sets 界集 界集 bounding （框） 界框 break (v.) 打断 切断 Bring Above Object 置于对象之上 置于物件上方 ...

边界

... bound 范围 跳跃 受约束的 bounding 边界 boundary 边界 ...

边界框

... ellipse 椭圆 bounding 边界框 shadow suppression 背景抑制 ...

接地线

... wire; bracing 张线 wire; bounding 接地线 wire; braided 编线 ...

Reset Bounding 重设调节框

of Bounding 边界之

bounding fault 界断层 ; 边界断层

bounding function 要不断地利用限界函数 ; 限函数

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• 设界 - 引用次数：2

With the abduction methodology, this hypothesis is analyzed and verified under the bounding theory of Langacker and Gestalt Laws of Perceptual Organization of Gestalt psychology. This thesis proposes that boundarizing principle be applied in producing the English Progressive.

在Langacker的设界理论以及完型心理学中的完型组织法则下,本文应用溯因的推理方法对这一假进行了分析与验证,进而提出设界原则为英语进行体的生成机制。

参考来源 - 限界原则：英语进行体的生成机制

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#### bound

• n.
• a line determining the limits of an area

同义词： boundary edge

• the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something

同义词： boundary bounds

• the greatest possible degree of something

"what he did was beyond the bounds of acceptable behavior"

同义词： limit boundary

• a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
• v.
• move forward by leaps and bounds

"The horse bounded across the meadow"

同义词： jump leap spring

• form the boundary of; be contiguous to

同义词： border

• place limits on (extent or access)
• spring back; spring away from an impact
• held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical union
• confined by bonds

"bound and gagged hostages"

• secured with a cover or binding; often used as a combining form

"bound volumes"; " leather-bound volumes"

• (usually followed by `to') governed by fate

"bound to happen"

同义词： destined

• covered or wrapped with a bandage

"an injury bound in fresh gauze"

同义词： bandaged

• headed or intending to head in a certain direction; often used as a combining form as in `college-bound students'

"children bound for school"

同义词： destined

• bound by an oath

"a bound official"

• bound by contract
• confined in the bowels

"he is bound in the belly"

### 柯林斯英汉双解大词典

BE BOUND

#### bound/baʊnd/CET4 TEM4

• 1.

Bound is the past tense and past participle of . (bind)的过去式和过去分词

• 2.

PHRASE If you say that something is bound to happen, you mean that you are sure it will happen, because it is a natural consequence of something that is already known or exists. 必然会

例：

There are bound to be price increases next year.

明年价格必然会上涨。

• 3.

PHRASE If you say that something is bound to happen or be true, you feel confident and certain of it, although you have no definite knowledge or evidence. 应该会 [口语]

例：

I'll show it to Benjamin. He's bound to know.

我要让本杰明瞧瞧，他该知道。

• 4.

例：

to deliver bound books

• 5.

ADJ If one person, thing, or situation is bound to another, they are closely associated with each other, and it is difficult for them to be separated or to escape from each other. 与…密切相关的 [v-link ADJ 'to' n]

例：

We are as tightly bound to the people we dislike as to the people we love.

我们与我们喜欢的以及不喜欢的人都一样密切相关。

• 6.

ADJ If a vehicle or person is bound for a particular place, they are travelling toward it. 前往 [v-link ADJ 'for' n]

例：

The ship was bound for Italy.

这艘船是开往意大利的。

• 7.

COMB in ADJ Bound is also a combining form. 开往

例：

...a Texas-bound oil freighter.

…一艘开往得克萨斯州的油轮。

OTHER USES

#### bound/baʊnd/( bounding, bounded, bounds )

• 1.

N-PLURAL Bounds are limits which normally restrict what can happen or what people can do. 界限; 限制; 范围

例：

Changes in temperature occur slowly and are constrained within relatively tight bounds.

温度变化得很慢，而且被控制在相对严格的范围内。

例：

...a forceful personality willing to go beyond the bounds of convention.

…想要打破世俗束缚的坚强个性。

• 2.

V-T If an area of land is bounded by something, that thing is situated around its edge. 位于…的界线周围

例：

Kirgizia is bounded by Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.

吉尔吉斯与乌兹别克斯坦，哈萨克斯坦和塔吉克斯坦相毗邻。

例：

...the trees that bounded the parking lot.

…停车场周围的树。

• 3.

V-T PASSIVE If someone's life or situation is bounded by certain things, those are its most important aspects and it is limited or restricted by them. 约束

例：

Our lives are bounded by work, family and television.

我们的生活受到工作、家庭及电视的约束。

• 4.

V-I If a person or animal bounds in a particular direction, they move quickly with large steps or jumps. 跳跃着前行

例：

He bounded up the steps and pushed the bell of the door.

他跳上了台阶，按了门铃。

• 5.

N-COUNT A bound is a long or high jump. 跳跃 [文学性]

例：

With one bound Jack was free.

纵身一跃，杰克自由了。

• 6.

V-I If the quantity or performance of something bounds ahead, it increases or improves quickly and suddenly. 骤升

例：

Shares in the company bounded ahead by almost 3 percent.

公司的股份几乎骤升了3%。

• 7.

N [maths]

• 8.

N a number which is greater than all the members of a set of numbers (an upper bound), or less than all its members (a lower bound) 界 → see also bounded

• 9.

N more generally, an element of an ordered set that has the same ordering relation to all the members of a given subset 有序集的一个元素

• 10.

N whence, an estimate of the extent of some set (某集合的)大致范围

• 11.

PHRASE If a place is out of bounds, people are not allowed to go there. 禁止进入

例：

For the last few days the area has been out of bounds to foreign journalists.

过去几天，这个地区禁止外国记者入内。

• 12.

PHRASE If something is out of bounds, people are not allowed to do it, use it, see it, or know about it. 禁止的

例：

American parents may soon be able to rule violent TV programmes out of bounds.

美国父母也许很快就能禁止暴力电视节目的播放。

### 词组短语同近义词

bounding box 边界框；限位框

bounding wall n. 围墙

• v. 跳跃（bound的现在分词）

### 双语例句权威例句

• Jumping and bounding, he ran away.

又蹦又跳地了。

• Although the bounding box is a polygon defining the area represented for the user, I simplify and use one point of this data.

尽管这个边界用于定义表示用户区域多边形，但简化使用数据

• Heidi immediately recognized Clara's handwriting, and bounding over to her grandfather, exclaimed, "A letter has come from Clara."

海蒂立刻认出了拉拉笔迹过去爷爷喊道：“克拉拉给我写信。”

bounding box 边界框；限位框

bounding wall n. 围墙

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