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bond /bɔnd/
  • danh từ
    • dây đai, đay buộc; ((nghĩa bóng)) mối quan hệ, mối ràng buộc
    • giao kèo, khế ước, lời cam kết
      • to enter in to a bond to: ký giao kèo, cam kết (làm gì)
    • (tài chính) phiếu nợ, bông
    • (số nhiều) gông cùm, xiềng xích, sự tù tội
      • in bonds: bị gông cùm, bị giam cầm
    • sự gửi vào kho
      • in bond: gửi vào kho (hàng hoá)
      • to take goods out of bond: lấy hàng ở kho ra
    • (vật lý) sự liên kết
      • atomic bond: liên kết nguyên tử
    • (kiến trúc) kiểu xây ghép (gạch, đá, để làm cho tường vững)
    • ngoại động từ
      • gửi (hàng) vào kho
      • (kiến trúc) xây ghép (gạch, đá)
    Concise Dictionary
    bonds|bonded|bondingbɒnd
    noun
    +an electrical force linking atoms
    +a certificate of debt (usually interest-bearing or discounted) that is issued by a government or corporation in order to raise money; the issuer is required to pay a fixed sum annually until maturity and then a fixed sum to repay the principal
    +a connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest
    +(criminal law) money that must be forfeited by the bondsman if an accused person fails to appear in court for trial
    +a restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner)
    +a connection that fastens things together
    +a superior quality of strong durable white writing paper; originally made for printing documents
    +United States civil rights leader who was elected to the legislature in Georgia but was barred from taking his seat because he opposed the Vietnam War (born 1940)
    +British secret operative 007 in novels by Ian Fleming
    +the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition
    verb
    +stick to firmly
    +create social or emotional ties
    +issue bonds on
    +bring together in a common cause or emotion
    adj.
    +held in slavery
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 tie(s), shackles, chains, fetters, manacles, handcuffs, trammels, thongs, cord(s), rope(s); restraint(s), constraint(s), check(s), control(s), rein(s):
    The council is hampered by the bonds of the old regulations.
    2 covenant, pact, contract, agreement, engagement, compact, treaty:
    To unite the party a bond of confederacy was formed.
    3 connection, link, linkage, union, tie, relationship:
    The main bond between us was a shared love of the theatre. The bond between the veneer and the board should hold with a little more glue.
    v.
    4 cement, bind, hold together, stick, cohere:
    They use mortar to bond the bricks together.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    strong connection
    1 [C] ~ (between A and B) something that forms a connection between people or groups, such as a feeling of friendship or shared ideas and experiences: A bond of friendship had been forged between them. + The agreement strengthened the bonds between the two countries. + the special bond between mother and child
    money
    2 [C] an agreement by a government or a company to pay you interest on the money you have lent; a document containing this agreement: government bonds
    See also - JUNK BOND
    3 [U] (law) (especially AmE) a sum of money that is paid as BAIL: He was released on $5 000 bond.
    ropes / chains
    4 (bonds) [pl.] (formal) the ropes or chains keeping sb prisoner; anything that stops you from being free to do what you want: to release sb from their bonds + the bonds of oppression / injustice
    legal agreement
    5 [C] (formal) a legal written agreement or promise: We entered into a solemn bond.
    join
    6 [C] the way in which two things are joined together: a firm bond between the two surfaces
    chemistry
    7 [C] the way in which ATOMS are held together in a chemical compound
    Idioms see WORD n.
    + verb
    join firmly
    1 ~ (A and B) (together)
    ~ (A) to B to join two things firmly together; to join firmly to sth else: [VN] This new glue bonds a variety of surfaces in seconds. + It cannot be used to bond wood to metal. + [V] The atoms bond together to form a molecule.
    develop relationship
    2 ~ (with sb) to develop or create a relationship of trust and affection with sb: Mothers who are depressed sometimes fail to bond with their children. [also VN]
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 feeling of friendship

    ADJ.

    close, strong | common | natural | emotional, spiritual
    A strong spiritual bond exists between them.

    VERB + BOND

    be linked by, feel, have
    She felt a bond of affection for the other girls.
    | create, develop, forge, form | strengthen | break, destroy

    BOND + VERB

    exist | link sb
    the bond that links us

    PREP.

    ~ between
    trying to forge bonds between the different communities
    | ~ of
    bonds of friendship

    2 certificate for money you have lent

    ADJ.

    long-term | government, savings, treasury | junk
    the high yield on junk bonds

    VERB + BOND

    buy, invest in, purchase, put money into
    I decided to invest in some government bonds.
    | cash in, redeem
    The bonds were redeemed in 2002.
    | issue, sell

    BOND + NOUN

    market



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