Translation of "bond" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

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uk /bɒnd/ us /bɑːnd/

bond noun (CONNECTION)

B2 [ C ] a close connection joining two or more people

the bond(s) of friendship/love 友谊的纽带/恋爱关系
There has been a close bond between them ever since she saved him from drowning. 他溺水被她救了以后他们之间一直来往密切。
In societies with strong family bonds (= relationships), people tend to live longer. 在家庭关系牢固的社会中,人们的寿命往往更长。


[ C ] an official paper given by the government or a company to show that you have lent them money that they will pay back to you at a particular interest rate

I invested some money in savings bonds. 我在储蓄公债上投了一些钱。

bond noun (PROMISE)

[ C ] a written agreement or promise

They have entered into a solemn bond. 他们已经缔结了一项正式契约。

[ C ] US specialized law an amount of money that is paid to formally promise that someone accused of a crime and being kept in prison will appear for trial if released

The judge ordered that he post a $10,000 bond pending his appeal of the verdict. 法官判令他在判决上诉期缴纳1万美元的保释金。

bond noun (JOIN)

[ C usually singular ] a place where single parts of something are joined together, especially with glue, or the type of join made

When the glue has set, the bond formed is watertight. 胶水凝固之后,粘合处是防水的。
a strong/weak/permanent bond 强力粘合/轻微粘合/永久黏合

bond noun (ROPES)

bonds [ plural ] literary

the ropes or chains that hold prisoners and prevent them moving around or escaping

Loose his bonds and set him free. 松开他的镣铐放了他吧。

bondverb [ I or T ]

uk /bɒnd/ us /bɑːnd/

bond verb [ I or T ] (JOIN)

to stick materials together, especially using glue

This new adhesive can bond metal to glass. 这种新的黏合剂可将金属和玻璃粘在一起。

bond verb [ I or T ] (MAKE CONNECTION)

C2 to develop a close connection or strong relationship with someone

The aim was to bond the group into a closely knit team. 其目的在于使整个团体紧密团结在一起。
The hospital gives mothers no quiet private time in which to bond with their babies. 医院没有给妈妈们提供安静的私人时间来与自己的宝宝亲近。

(Translation of “bond” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)