Definición de bonded en inglés:

bonded

Saltos de línea: bond¦ed
Pronunciación: /ˈbɒndɪd
 
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adjetivo

1(Of a thing or things) joined securely to another or each other, especially by an adhesive, heat process, or pressure: a bonded carpet
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  • The deck and hull of all Fountain boats are securely bonded together with adhesives, mechanical fasteners as well as fiberglass and resin.
  • Roll-bonded panels are made from two sheets of aluminum that are bonded together by heat and pressure.
  • MDF, or medium density fiberboard, is a manufactured wood product consisting of sawdust bonded together at high heat and pressure by resins.
1.1Emotionally or psychologically linked: a strongly bonded group of females
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  • I feel we have bonded nicely and understand each other a little more.
  • She said many of the victims' families had bonded over the years to support each other in their grief.
  • And I know that we never truly bonded or talked about our feelings for each other.
2Held by a chemical bond: bonded atoms
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  • Such substances consist of a nitrate ion chemically bonded to a hydrocarbon molecule that's lost one of its hydrogen atoms.
  • Ionic compounds, however, are composed of ions, not covalently bonded atoms.
  • Many elements ordinarily occur as diatomic molecules, or molecules consisting of two atoms chemically bonded.
3(Of a person or company) bound by a legal agreement, in particular:
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  • A friend of Adam's had co-signed a form to say I was bonded to him so there was no way for me to get out of the place, although I did run away once.
  • Under a surety bond, if the bonded party doesn't fulfill their side of a deal, the company issuing the bond steps in to compensate the customer.
3.1(Of a travel agent or tour operator) holding an insurance policy which protects travellers' holidays and money should the company go bankrupt: a fully bonded member of the Association of Independent Tour Operators
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  • The conclusion: provided you are happy to forgo the protection of a bonded package holiday, it makes sense to shop around for the components of a trip.
  • As a fully bonded independent ABTA travel agent, we are able to negotiate special rates with many tour companies and cruise lines.
  • He said people appreciated the benefits of booking a package with a bonded travel company, in light of recent natural disasters and international terrorism.
3.2(Of a worker or workforce) obliged to work for a particular employer, typically in a condition close to slavery: it is estimated that there are now some 50 million bonded labourers
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  • Tucker and Ganeson estimate the number of bonded child laborers in India at 15 million.
  • The Bonded Liberation Front estimates that there are 25m bonded children in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
  • Laborers are bonded to the owners through a system of advanced payments whose interest rates are so high that workers can never repay them fully.
4(Of dutiable goods) placed in bond.
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  • Arena would receive lists of bonded goods on offer from other traders so he would know what goods were available in the market.
  • Another sign of Jakarta's gloomy investment atmosphere is the number of investors who have canceled plans to open operations in the bonded zone in Marunda.

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Pronunciación: ˈrɛtrə(ʊ)flɛks
adjective
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