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(tr, adverb) to place (a person) under a legal obligation, such as one to keep the peace
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bind over

Oblige someone to do or not do something; hold on bail or keep under bond. For example, The sheriff will bind over the murder suspect to the homicide division. This phrase is nearly always used in a legal context. [Late 1500s]

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