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Translation of "bond" - English-Spanish dictionary

bond

noun   /bɒnd/
an interest, experience, or feeling that makes people feel connected vínculo the bond between the mother and baby
an official document that says you will be paid a certain amount of money because you have lent money to a government or company bono I invested some money in savings bonds.14142091
(Definition of bond from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bond

noun /bond/
something that unites or joins people together vínculo a bond of friendship.
something used for tying (especially a person) lazo They released the prisoner from his bonds.
bonded store/warehouse noun
a warehouse where goods are kept until customs or other duty on them is paid. almacén de depósito
(Definition of bond from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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