'be bound to' and 'be bound for'
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'Be bound to' and 'be bound for'
Be bound to or be bound for are used to express an unavoidable action. Be bound to is followed by a verb, be bound for by a noun.
Bound for has the same meaning as destined for, in both senses of the term:
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