自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
BE BOUND 必定
Bound is the past tense and past participle of bind .
PHR-MODAL 一定会；必然会；注定会 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.
There are bound to be price increases next year...
If you are topless in a public place, this sort of thing is bound to happen.
PHR-MODAL （对某事并不确定或无确凿证据时，认为其）肯定会，确定是 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.
I'll show it to Benjamin. He's bound to know...
We'll have more than one child, and one of them's bound to be a boy.
ADJ-GRADED （与…）紧密相连的；（与…）密切相关的；（同…）难以分开的 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.
We are as tightly bound to the people we dislike as to the people we love...
Economic growth is still bound to the issues of poverty, social justice and conservation.
ADJ 要到…去的；驶往…的 If a vehicle or person is bound for a particular place, they are travelling towards it.
The ship was bound for Italy.
...a Russian plane bound for Berlin.
PHRASE 我不得不说（令人不快或出乎意料的事） You can say 'I am bound to say' to introduce a statement expressing something that you find undesirable or unexpected.
I'm bound to say that it seems to me this is certain to lead to violence.
PHRASE 以…的形式；被容纳在…里 If something is bound up in a particular form or place, it is fixed in that form or contained in that place.
The manager of a company does not like having a large chunk of his wealth bound up in its shares...
They'd have a lot of hydrogen sulfide gas bound up in their cells.
PHRASE 与…密切相关的；同…难以分开的 If one thing is bound up with or in another, they are closely connected with each other, and it is difficult to consider the two things separately.
My fate was bound up with hers...
The story of their exploration is inextricably bound up with the character of the caves themselves...
OTHER USES 其他用法
N-PLURAL 界限；限制 Bounds are limits which normally restrict what can happen or what people can do.
Changes in temperature occur slowly and are constrained within relatively tight bounds.
...a forceful personality willing to go beyond the bounds of convention.
VERB 与…毗邻；成为…的边界 If an area of land is bounded by something, that thing is situated around its edge.
Kirgizia is bounded by Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
...the trees that bounded the car park.
V-PASSIVE 限制；约束 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.
Our lives are bounded by work, family and television.
VERB 跳跃着前进 If a person or animal bounds in a particular direction, they move quickly with large steps or jumps.
He bounded up the steps and pushed the bell of the door...
The dog came bounding back with the stick for Richard to throw again.
N-COUNT 蹦跳；跳跃 A bound is a long or high jump.
She leaps in one bound onto her pony's back for a speedy canter around the ring...
With one bound Jack was free.
VERB （数量）飞快增长；（表现）迅速改进 If the quantity or performance of something bounds ahead, it increases or improves quickly and suddenly.
The shares bounded ahead a further 11p to 311p...
The economy isn't bounding back as fast as people expected.
PHRASE 无限；无止境；很强烈 If you say that a feeling or quality knows no bounds, you are emphasizing that it is very strong or intense.
The passion of Argentinian football fans knows no bounds.
PHRASE （某地）禁止进入 If a place is out of bounds, people are not allowed to go there.
For the last few days the area has been out of bounds to foreign journalists.
PHRASE (某事物）被禁止 If something is out of bounds, people are not allowed to do it, use it, see it, or know about it.
American parents may soon be able to rule violent TV programmes out of bounds.