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attachment
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
attachment /ə'tætʃmənt/
  • danh từ
    • sự gắn, sự dán; sự buộc, sự cột (vật gì với vật khác)
    • cái dùng để buộc
    • vật bị buộc (vào vật khác)
    • lòng quyến luyến, sự gắn bó
      • to entertain an attachment for someone: gắn bó với ai, quyến luyến với ai
    • (pháp lý) sự bắt (người); sự tịch biên, sự tịch thu (tài sản, hàng hoá)
      • to lay an attachment on: bắt giữ; tịch biên
    • (kỹ thuật) đồ gá lắp, phụ tùng
Concise Dictionary
attachments-tʃmənt
noun
+a feeling of affection for a person or an institution
+a supplementary part or accessory
+a writ authorizing the seizure of property that may be needed for the payment of a judgment in a judicial proceeding
+a connection that fastens things together
+faithful support for a religion or cause or political party
+the act of attaching or affixing something
+the act of fastening things together

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 fastening; connection, tie, link, bond:
The attachment of this fitting is too flimsy. William cannot understand how an attachment could have been formed between his wife and his brother.
2 attaching, fastening, linking, joining, affixing, fixing, connection:
The mode of attachment to the wall is not immediately apparent.
3 affection, regard, fidelity, faithfulness, devotion, regard, liking, fondness, affinity, friendliness, loyalty, admiration, tenderness, partiality, friendship, love:
We still feel a deep attachment, despite the divorce.
4 adjunct, addition, accessory, device, appliance, extra, accoutrement or US also accouterment, appendage, part; ornament, decoration; Colloq gadget:
With this attachment, the film is advanced automatically. Attachments are available at extra cost.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [C, U] a strong feeling of affection for sb/sth: a child's deep attachment to its parents
2 [C, U] belief in and continued support for an idea or a set of values: the popular attachment to democratic government
3 [C] an object or a device that you can fix onto a machine, to make it do another job: an electric drill with a range of different attachments
4 [U, C] the act of joining one thing to another; a thing that joins two things together: All cars built since 1981 have points for the attachment of safety restraints. + They discussed the attachment of new conditions to the peace plans. + They had to check the strength of the seat attachments to the floor of the plane.
5 [U, C] (BrE) a short time spent working with an organization such as a hospital, school or part of the armed forces: She's on attachment to the local hospital. + a 4-month training attachment
6 [C] (computing) a document that you send to sb using e-mail
7 [C, U] (law) the act of legally taking sb's property or money when they have not paid money that they owe
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

close, deep, passionate, special, strong | enduring, lasting | emotional, romantic, sentimental

VERB + ATTACHMENT

feel, have
I feel no attachment to the countryside.
| develop, form
Prisoners can develop attachments to their warders.

PREP.

to
her strong attachment to her mother



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