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Bond Meaning in Bengali. Bond শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Bond meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Bond".

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Similar Words: bond, bond arrangement, bond arrangements, bond energies, bond energy, bond fund, bond funds, bond paper, bond servant, Bond Street,

Bond Example in a sentence

Bond Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for bond

Her father,—what a different man he was; her brothers,—their word was their bond.

It also appeared, that the duke had given him a bond for 600l.

Sometimes he speaks of the "bond of brotherhood" and "fellowship."

In all the penitential discipline of the church also bond and free were on an equality.

I wanted to give him a bond, but he would not hear of it "The idea!"

That has never furnished a bond of equal reality to that of capture or purchase.

But so long as the love that now bound them together still sanctified the bond which it had fastened.

Kinship was lost by separation, and fire superseded it as a bond of association.

Mistaken Brutus thought to break their yoke, But cut the bond of union with that stroke.

Between Henry and me, sir, there is a bond stronger than steel.

Bond History and Origin

History of: Bond

Word Origin & History

bond early 13c., "anything that binds," phonetic variant of band (1) (for vowel change, see long), influenced by O.E. bonda "householder," lit. "dweller" (see bondage). The verb is 1670s (trans.), 1836 (intr.). Legalistic sense first recorded 1590s.

Bond Synonyms

fetter chain tie-in binding handcuff wire network manacle ligature nexus shackle tie cord band link fastening linkage hookup rope connection irons gunk stickum

Bond Definition

something that binds, fastens, confines, or holds together.
a cord, rope, band, or ligament.
something that binds a person or persons to a certain circumstance or line of behavior:
the bond of matrimony.
something, as an agreement or friendship, that unites individuals or peoples into a group; covenant:
the bond between nations.
binding security; firm assurance:
My word is my bond.
a sealed instrument under which a person, corporation, or government guarantees to pay a stated sum of money on or before a specified day.
any written obligation under seal.
Law. a written promise of a surety.
Government. the state of dutiable goods stored without payment of duties or taxes until withdrawn:
goods in bond.
Also called bonded whiskey. a whiskey that has been aged at least four years in a bonded warehouse before bottling.
Finance. a certificate of ownership of a specified portion of a debt due to be paid by a government or corporation to an individual holder and usually bearing a fixed rate of interest.
  1. a surety agreement.
  2. the money deposited, or the promissory arrangement entered into, under any such agreement.
a substance that causes particles to adhere; binder.
adhesion between two substances or objects, as concrete and reinforcing strands.
Also called chemical bond. Chemistry. the attraction between atoms in a molecule or crystalline structure.
  1. any of various arrangements of bricks, stones, etc., having a regular pattern and intended to increase the strength or enhance the appearance of a construction.
  2. the overlap of bricks, stones, etc., in a construction so as to increase its strength.
Electricity. an electric conductor placed between adjacent metal parts within a structure, as in a railroad track, aircraft, or house, to prevent the accumulation of static electricity.
Obsolete. bondsman1 .
verb (used with object)
to put (goods, an employee, official, etc.) on or under bond:
The company refused to bond a former criminal.
to connect or bind.
Finance. to place a bonded debt on or secure a debt by bonds; mortgage.
to join (two materials).
Masonry. to lay (bricks, stones, etc.) so as to produce a strong construction.
Electricity. to provide with a bond:
to bond a railroad track.
to establish a close emotional relationship to or with (another):
the special period when a mother bonds to her infant.
verb (used without object)
to hold together or cohere, from or as from being bonded, as bricks in a wall or particles in a mass.
Psychology, Animal Behavior. to establish a bonding.

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