Join or be joined securely to something else, typically by means of an adhesive substance, heat, or pressure
press the material to bond the layers together
this material will bond well to stainless steel rods
a bonding agent
Establish a relationship with someone based on shared feelings, interests, or experiences
the failure to properly bond with their children
the team has bonded together well
the film has some great male bonding scenes
Join or be joined by a chemical bond
Lay (bricks) in an overlapping pattern so as to form a strong structure
a bonding course
Place (dutiable goods) in bond
Physical restraints used to hold someone or something prisoner, esp. ropes or chains
A thing used to tie something or to fasten things together
she brushed back a curl that had strayed from its bonds
chaos could result if the bonds of obedience and loyalty were broken
Adhesiveness; ability of two objects to stick to each other
a total lack of effective bond between the concrete and the steel
A force or feeling that unites people; a common emotion or interest
there was a bond of understanding between them
Restricting forces or circumstances; obligations
bonds of loyalty
An agreement or promise with legal force, in particular
A deed by which a person is committed to make payment to another
A certificate issued by a government or a public company promising to repay borrowed money at a fixed rate of interest at a specified time
(of dutiable goods) A state of storage in a bonded warehouse until the importer pays the duty owing
An insurance policy held by a company, which protects against losses resulting from circumstances such as bankruptcy or misconduct by employees
A strong force of attraction holding atoms together in a molecule or crystal, resulting from the sharing or transfer of electrons
Any of the various patterns in which bricks are conventionally laid in order to ensure the strength of the resulting structure
adhere: stick to firmly; "Will this wallpaper adhere to the wall?"
chemical bond: an electrical force linking atoms
a certificate of debt (usually interest-bearing or discounted) that is issued by a government or corporation in order to raise money; the issuer is required to pay a fixed sum annually until maturity and then a fixed sum to repay the principal
bind: create social or emotional ties; "The grandparents want to bond with the child"
alliance: a connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest; "the shifting alliances within a large family"; "their friendship constitutes a powerful bond between them"
issue bonds on
BOND (Building Object Network Databases) started development in late 2000 as a rapid application development tool for the GNOME Desktop by Treshna Enterprises. ...
Bond (often typeset as bond in deference to the owners of the 007 copyright) is an Australian/British string quartet that specialises in classical crossover music. Bond has been described as the best selling string quartet of all time, selling over 4 million records.
A chemical bond is an attraction between atoms or molecules that allows the formation of chemical compounds, which contain two or more atoms. ...
Bond Crater is a crater in the Argyre quadrangle on Mars, located at 33.2° south latitude and 36° west longitude. It is 110.6 km in diameter and was named after George P. Bond, an American astronomer (1825-1865).
In finance, a bond is a debt security, in which the authorized issuer owes the holders a debt and, depending on the terms of the bond, is obliged to pay interest (the coupon) and/or to repay the principal at a later date, termed maturity. ...
Bond is the UK membership body for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) working in international development. Established in 1993, Bond now has over 350 members. ...
Evidence of a long-term debt, by which the bond issuer (the borrower) is obliged to pay interest when due, and repay the principal at maturity, as specified on the face of the bond certificate. ...
(bonded) when an auto shipping company says they are "bonded", they have a performance or surety bond. Auto transport brokers are required to post a surety bond before they can be licensed to accept cars for transport. ...
(Bonded) The storage of certain goods under charge of customs viz. customs seal until the import duties are paid or until the goods are taken out of the country. Bonded warehouse (place where goods can be placed under bond). ...
(BONDED) At least 4 years old, Government Bonded Liquor, usually of a lower proof.
(BONDED) Birds who show obvious affection for each other: mutual preening, feeding each other, showing distress when separated, very often mating activity observed (but not always). Note that a bonded pair can and very often IS two birds of the same sex. So a bonded pair may not be a true pair.
(Bonded (flexible)) magnets are a rubberized formulation often seen on refrigerators and magnetic signs. Though they may be manufactured from any magnet formulation when powerdered and mixed with rubberizer, the result is always less powerful than a traditional sintered magnet of any formula. ...
(Bonded) A fabric composed of 2 or more layers joined together with an adhesive ,resin, foam, or fusible membrane.
(Bonded) Some states that license auctioneers require them to purchase surety bonds to protect those who deal with them from loss. These bonds are typically small in amount.
(Bonded) Straight Whiskey, not a blend of different spirits. Aged no less than 4 years and bottled at no less than 100 proof.
(Bonded) Synonymous with warranty. All diamonds are either fully bonded, partially bonded or not bonded. A new subcategory that has been popularized of late is the fully bonded diamond with an expiration date i.e. a limited lifetime warranty. ...
(Bonded) The vehicle required posting of a bond in order to register or place a title on the vehicle
(bonded) Contractual description of service delivery performance specifying terms and conditions that may involve posting a bond.
or "fusion bonded" carpet, with tufts planted into a vinyl backing; has impermeable backing with better tuft lock than any other construction type