bind (bound)

bind (bound)
حَزَمَ \ bind (bound): to tie; fasten sth. with sth. else: The prisoner was bound with rope. The nurse bound up my wounds. pack: to put one’s things into a container, for a journey: Have you packed (your suitcase) yet? Have you packed your clothes in that bag?, to put sth. (not liquid) into a container; cover sth. with paper or cloth (esp. for sale or for sending away) The cigarettes were packed in silver paper, inside a Cardboard packet. strap: to tie with a strap: The doctor strapped (up) my broken arm. \ See Also ربط (رَبَطَ)‏

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