This is how you should use it:

- A strongly
*binds*to B. - A strongly
*bound*to B, yesterday. - A and B are strongly
*bound*. - But A and B are not strongly
*bounded*(unless you mean that they are restricted).

If you do want to use "bounded", then use it in a mathematical context:

- The function f(x)=x
^{2}is*bounded*from below.

You are allowed to say that.

By the way, if you want to avoid this whole dilemma, use bond/bonded/bonded.

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