Bookbinder Book"bind`er, n. One whose occupation is to bind books. [1913 Webster]

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  • bookbinder — UK [ˈbʊkˌbaɪndə(r)] / US [ˈbʊkˌbaɪndər] noun [countable] Word forms bookbinder : singular bookbinder plural bookbinders someone whose job is to fasten the pages of a book together and put a cover on it Derived word: bookbinding noun uncountable …   English dictionary

  • bookbinder — [[t]b ʊkbaɪndə(r)[/t]] bookbinders also book binder N COUNT A bookbinder is a person whose job is fastening books together and putting covers on them …   English dictionary

  • BOOKBINDER, HYMAN H. — BOOKBINDER, HYMAN H. (1916– ), U.S. social activist, Jewish community leader. Hyman Bookbinder exhibited an interest in civic concerns from an early age. In his own words, Born into a world that soon exposed me to depression, war, and the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bookbinder's Kid — Infobox Album | Name = Bookbinder s Kid Type = Studio Album Artist = Elkie Brooks Released = 1988 (UK) Recorded = 1988, Woody Bay Studios Genre = Rock/Pop Length = Label = Legend Producer = Trevor Jordan Last album = No More the Fool (1986) This… …   Wikipedia

  • bookbinder — noun see bookbinding …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bookbinder — /book buyn deuhr/, n. a person or company whose business or work is the binding of books. [1300 50; ME bok bindere; see BOOK, BINDER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • bookbinder — noun a person whose profession is binding pages together to form a book …   Wiktionary

  • bookbinder — book|bind|er [ buk,baındər ] noun count someone whose job is to fasten the pages of a book together and put a cover on it ╾ book|bind|ing noun uncount …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bookbinder — n. one who binds books, one who fastens the pages of a book together and puts them in a cover …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bookbinder — noun a person who binds books. Derivatives bookbinding noun …   English new terms dictionary

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