• enPR: bīndʹing, IPA: /ˈbaɪndɪŋ/


  1. (of an agreement, contract, etc.) Imposing stipulations or requirements that must be honoured.
    This contract is a legally binding agreement.
  2. (of food) Having the effect#Noun|effect of counteracting diarrhea.
    Bananas and white bread are sometimes considered binding.
Synonyms Antonyms
  • (imposing stipulations or requirements that must be honoured) non-binding
Related terms Translations Noun

binding (plural bindings)

  1. An item (usually rope, tape, or string) used to hold two or more things together.
  2. The spine of a book where the pages are held together.
  3. (sewing) A finishing on a seam or hem of a garment.
  4. (programming) The association of a named item with an element of a program.
  5. (programming) The interface of a library with a programming language other than one it is written in.
    The Python binding is automatically generated.
  6. (chemistry) The action or result of making two or more molecules stick together.
Translations Translations Verb
  1. present participle of bind#English|bind

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