bond


bond
n.
certificate

1) to issue a bond

2) to cash (in), redeem a bond

3) a debenture; development; government; long-term; municipal; negotiable; savings; serial; treasury; war bond

tie
link

4) to form; strengthen a bond (of friendship) with

5) a close, firm, strong; spiritual bond

6) a bond between

fetters

7) to break, cast off one's bonds

guarantee
obligation

8) to set bond (the judge set bond for him at two thousand dollars)

9) to furnish, post a bond

10) to forfeit a bond

storage under supervision

11) in bond; out of bond (bottled in bond; to take wine out of bond)

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[bɒnd]
cast off one's bonds
long-term
municipal
negotiable
post a bond
redeem a bond
serial
spiritual bond
strengthen a bond (of friendship) with
strong
treasury
war bond
out of bond (bottled in bond; to take wine out of bond)
['certificate'] to issue a bond
['fetters'] to break
['storage under supervision'] in bond
['tie'] ['link'] to form
a close
a debenture
a bond between
to forfeit a bond
to furnish
to cash (in)
['guarantee'] ['obligation'] to set bond (the judge set bond for him at two thousand dollars)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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