bond
noun
1. (link) 
I felt a strong spiritual bond with him.Noté un fuerte vínculo espiritual con él.
2. (shackle) 
She broke her bonds when she got divorced.Se libró de sus ataduras cuando se divorció.
3. (fusion) 
a. el enlace (M) 
A chemical bond is an atraction between atoms.Un enlace químico es la atracción entre átomos.
4. (finance) 
a. el bono (M) 
Commercial banks are being preassured into buying government bonds.Los bancos comerciales están siendo presionados para que compren bonos del estado.
5. (legal) 
a. la fianza (F) 
They had to pay a $5,000 bond to get him out of jail. Tuvieron que pagar una fianza de $5.000 para sacarlo de la cárcel.
intransitive verb
6. (to become friends) 
They bonded the moment they met.Se hicieron amigos en cuanto se conocieron.
transitive verb
7. (to paste) 
a. pegar 
We bonded the pieces with a very strong glue.Pegamos las piezas con un pegamento muy fuerte.
bond
Noun
1. (between materials) 
a. la unión (F) 
2. (between people) 
a. el vínculo (M) 
to feel a bond with somebodysentir un vínculo de unión con alguien
3. (literary) 
a. no direct translation 
bondsataduras fpl
4. (finance) 
a. el bono (M) 
5. (law) 
a. la fianza (F) 
6. (formal) 
a. no direct translation 
my word is my bondsiempre cumplo mi palabra
7. (commerce) 
a. no direct translation 
to be in bondestar en depósito aduanero
transitive verb
8. (stick) 
a. pegar, adherir 
9. (fig) 
a. no direct translation (unite) 
to bond togetherunir
intransitive verb
10. (stick) 
a. pegar, adherirse 
11. (fig) 
a. unirse (form attachment) 
bond [bɒnd]
noun
1 (link) lazo (m); vínculo (m)
a bond of friendship un vínculo de amistad; his word is as good as his bond es un hombre de palabra; es de fiar
2 bonds (chains etc) cadenas (f)
3 (Economics) bono (m)
4 (Jur) (bail) fianza (f)
5 (Comm)
in bond en depósito bajo fianza; to put goods into bond depositar mercancías en el almacén aduanero; to take goods out of bond retirar mercancías del almacén aduanero
6 (adhesion) unión (f)
7 (Chem) etc enlace (m)
transitive verb
1 (Téc) [+materials] (also bond together) unir; pegar
Strips of wood are bonded together and moulded by machine
2 (Psychology and Psychiatry) unir
What had bonded them instantly was their similar background The players are bonded by a spirit that is rarely seen in an English team
intransitive verb
1 (Téc) adherirse;with a
Diamond may be strong in itself, but it does not bond well with other materials In graphite sheets, carbon atoms bond together in rings
2 (Psychology and Psychiatry) establecer lazos or vínculos afectivos
We bonded immediately They all bonded while writing graffiti together
she was having difficulty bonding with the baby no conseguía establecer vínculos afectivos con su bebé
modifier
bond washing (n) (Economics) lavado (m) de bonos
Phrases with "bond"
Here are the most popular phrases with "bond." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
bail-bond
el bono de fianza
our bond is everlasting
nuestro vínculo es eterno
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