bond

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈbɒnd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/bɑnd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(bond)


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bond

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [a strong, an unbreakable, a lasting] bond
  2. they have a [sibling, special, tight, unwavering] bond
  3. a bond of [friendship, love]
  4. there is a bond [between, among] [them]
  5. [strengthen, improve] their bond
  6. a [hydrogen, carbon] bond
  7. a bond strong enough to [hold, join]
  8. [break, separate] the bond
  9. [trade, invest] in government bonds
  10. [10-year] bonds are trading at
  11. a [saving, government, treasury, premium] bond
  12. a [12-month, 10-year] bond
  13. a bond of [$400]
  14. a bond to [cover, secure]
  15. [pay, get] a bail bond
n as adj
  1. [buy, sell] [government, company] bonds
  2. bond and [equity, stock, interest]
  3. bond prices have [fallen, skyrocketed]
v
  1. the glue bonded [them, the two pieces] (together)
  2. bond them with glue
  3. bond with your [baby, child, pet]
  4. [she, the dog] has (really) bonded to him
  5. bonded for life
  6. bonded over [the experience, their common interests]
  7. the [atoms, molecules] bonded (together)
  8. (refuse to) bond a [client, criminal, suspect]
  9. bonded and [insured, registered, licensed]
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