Definitions for "Bund"
a socialist movement among Jews in the Pale of Settlement in western Russia in the late 1800's. The Bundists supported Jewish linguistic and political autonomy. Their nationalism was cultural rather than territorial and, thus, they were at odds with much of the Zionist movement.
A Jewish political group that was represented in the parliament in Poland.
Jewish political organization in Poland which was represented in the Polish parliament.
An embankment against inundation.
a rock and gravel embankment or stopbank build to prevent lahars from spilling out of the Whangaehu valley into the Tongariro and Lake Taupo catchment.
India Raised embankment
League; confederacy; esp. the confederation of German states.
The European bond contract often referred to as the German Bund. Further details here. For further information on the Bund click here
a Bond issued by the German government
Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland e.V. (environmental and nature conservation organisation)
A containment unit built around liquid material storage tanks and areas for products with the potential to cause harm if accidentally released. The bunds are constructed of a material that is impermeable to the materials stored.
a containment, usually a wall that surrounds tanks or a storage area, which is designed to temporarily retain any leaks until repairs can be undertaken
An enclosure designed to contain fluids should they escape from the tank or vessel inside the bund.
A barrier on the surface of the soil on sloping land to prevent runoff and soil erosion. The arrangement of organic material, for example, agricultural waste or soil, in lines along the contours of a slope, to control runoff or erosion.
A low artificial wall used to prevent the lateral movement of wastes.
Barrier to prevent water or noise leaving a site.
Keywords:  hartal, synonym, closed
closed, used as a synonym for hartal