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What is the definition of binding?

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2015-04-05 04:13:20
2015-04-05 04:13:20

Law. To place under legal obligation by contract or oath.

Chemistry. To combine with, form a chemical bond with, or be taken up by, as an enzyme with its substrate.

To compel, obligate, or unite: bound by a deep sense of duty; bound by a common interest in sports.

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