- a stone, as a perpend, for bonding masonry.
- a girder supporting the ends of two sets of floor joists.
- a material for holding loose material together, as in a macadamized road.
- stirrup (def. 4).
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He carefully adds recipes to a binder he keeps while I am horrified he'd ever make some of these dishes again.Carolyn Hax: How to improve on ‘I cook, you clean’ without stirring the pot|Carolyn Hax|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
Through homology, Poincaré aimed to capture everything from Riemann’s one-dimensional circle-like holes in a straw or binder paper, to the two-dimensional cavity-like holes inside Swiss cheese, and beyond to higher dimensions.
You’ve been keeping an eye on your work presentation binder all week so you can whip it out when you need it.
The day before a hearing, the lawmaker said she often spends time studying a 70- to 150-page binder of background information compiled by her staff to prepare for difficult testimonies.
Top officials began probing more deeply and told staffers to compile a “spill binder” of fields around Bakersfield, the seat of Kern County.Oil Companies Are Profiting From Illegal Spills. And California Lets Them.|by Janet Wilson, The Desert Sun, and Lylla Younes, ProPublica|September 18, 2020|ProPublica
In the memorial sits a three-ring-binder which contains the bios of the women who have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.The Names You Don’t Hear: Nearly 200 Women Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan|Kate Hoit|May 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Many runways are asphaltic concrete—aggregate in a bitumen binder—which softens and melts under heat.Why Can’t America’s Newest Stealth Jet Land Like It’s Supposed To?|Bill Sweetman|May 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The letter is four pages long, written on binder paper, in careful cursive.
As Sarah A. Binder and Steven S. Smith show in their book Politics or Principle?
I will be glad to hand this binder down to my niece and vouch for its comfort.
Then, seeing no need to waste time, the corporal rode towards Courthorne's homestead, and found its owner stripping a binder.
Then Winston recognized them, and made a sign to one of the men behind him as he hauled his binder clear of the wheat.
Takes time, of course, but the sharp grit puts down the grain like a binder knife, if it blows through the field long enough.
A week or so after the supper party Festing started for the settlement with some pieces of a binder in his wagon.
At first, manufacturers of vertical filing equipment supplied nothing more substantial than boxes made of binder's board.
British Dictionary definitions for binder
- a person who binds books; bookbinder
- a machine that is used to bind books