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bond

noun [C]     /bɒnd/
CONNECTION
B2 an interest, experience, or feeling that makes two people feel connected: A love of opera created a bond between them.Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
DOCUMENT
an official document from a government or company to show that you have given them money that they will pay back with a certain amount of extra moneyFinancial investments and the stock market
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