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bond
British English: /bɒnd/
American English: /bɑnd/

Translation of bond in French:

noun

  • 1 (link)
    m(pl) of de between entre
    the experience forged a bond between them
    l'expérience a créé un lien entre eux
    to strengthen a bond
    resserrer des liens
    to feel a strong bond with somebody
    se sentir très proche de quelqu'un
  • 2 (fetter) [literal]
    [figurative] of de
    to break the bonds of routine
    rompre les chaînes de la routine
  • 3 (Finance) savings/treasury bond
    bon (m) d'épargne/du trésor
    before n (market, prices)
    des obligations
    (dealer)
    en obligations
  • 6 (Law) (guarantee)
    engagement (m) écrit
    (deposit)
    to set bond at
    fixer la caution à
    my word is my bond
    je n'ai qu'une parole
  • 8 (at customs) See examples: in bond
    en dépôt de douane

transitive verb

  • 1
    also: bond together
    (glue, adhesive)
    faire adhérer
    (materials, surfaces)
    (Construction)
    enlier
    (bricks, timber)
  • 2
    also: bond together
    (experience, suffering)
    créer des liens entre
    (people)

intransitive verb

  • 1 (gen) (Psychology)
    s'attacher
    with à
    the mother and baby bond quickly
    les liens maternels se créent rapidement
  • 3 (Chemistry)
    (atoms)
    s'associer
    with à

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