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Treasury bond

noun [C]     /ˈtreʒ.ər.iˌbɒnd/ US  /-ɚ.iˌbɑːnd/
an official US document showing that someone has lent money to the US government which will be paid back after 10 years and on which interest will be paid twice a year 长期国库券(美国的一种正式债券,表示某人已把钱借给美国政府,这笔钱将在10年后偿还,其利息每年支付两次即半年支付一次) Financial investments and the stock marketBills and invoices
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