Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bond"

The meaning of "Bond" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does bond mean?
A: -A connection/friendship joining two or more people
-An object that holds things together
-A legal agreement
-To securely join one object to another (e.g. with heat, glue or pressure)
Q: What does I want to feel the bond of you taking care of me like that mean?
A: Knowing that someone cares for you.
Q: What does bonds mean?
A: @NateMachpash: anything that connects two or more things together (humans, objects, molecules..etc)
Q: What does "Let's bond." mean?
A: Get closer.. Know the other person even more
Q: What does created a bond mean?
A: As in created a relationship, I think always a good one.

"Because the choctaw tribe made a kind donation to the Irish they formed a relationship/bond."

Example sentences using "Bond"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bond .
A: e.g: "Me and my friend bonded over some coffee"
Q: Please show me example sentences with bond over.
A: Let’s bond over some wine and snacks.
Shall we bond over movies and popcorn?
They bonded over their love of anime.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bond.
A: Bond has a few uses.

(to bind something) The furniture is bonded to the wall by a strong glue.

(a written agreement to pay some amount of money) The government has issued several bonds for the corporation.

(Relationships bond) He has a strong emotional bond with his girlfriend.

(Chemical bond) Nitrogen forms a triple bond to another nitrogen atom.



My name is Bond, James Bond.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bond.
A: bond means to deeply comunicate with someone

Synonyms of "Bond" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bond and tie ?
A: “tie” refers to attaching two or more things using a string or rope. “bond” refers to attaching two or more things by string/rope, glue, or heat!

1. The man tied the ends of the ribbon.

2. The man bonded the pieces of paper using glue.
Q: What is the difference between secured bonds and pledged bonds ?
A: A secured bond is a debt that is secured by some other asset (aka collateral).
A pledged bond is a financial instrument that itself acts as collateral for a different debt.

For example, if I have a plot of land, I can use it as collateral to issue bonds and borrow money that way. Then the bonds will be secured by my plot of land.

Suppose you buy my secured bonds, but then you want to also borrow money for something else. You can use those bonds as collateral and borrow money against them. In that case they become a pledged asset (pledged bonds).
Q: What is the difference between bond and link ?
A: Bond is a close connection, like glue.
"molecules are 'bonded' together"
Link is a loose connection, like staple.
"symptoms are 'linked' to diseases"
Q: What is the difference between bond and link ?
A: glue bonds and chains link. I think it depends on context, but bond is generally a closer connection and link can just be something loosely related
Q: What is the difference between bond and connect ?
A: A bond is a noun, and it's something that holds something together. Connect is a verb and it means to join two things together.
"The two countries Denmark and Sweden are connected with a bridge that's half under water, half above water."
I can't think of any sentences where bond is used in a literal sense. It's almost as if bond is more of a emotion thing. Like a bond of matrimony. Hope this helps.

Translations of "Bond"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to keep a bond relationship
A: this sentence makes no sense. "a bond relationship" is meaningless.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Although Katniss’ bond with Peeta has strengthened I still sense that she’s going to be with Gale in the end.
A: thank you:)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Strong bond that never break
A:
majboot rishta / talauk kabi nhi toot-ta'!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is lifelong bond?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Bond"

Q: There’s no bond between humans stronger than between twins ‬ Does this sound natural?
A: There’s no stronger human bond than the bond between twins.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce a bond is certificate of indebtedness that indicates the rate of interest and the time of maturity of the bond. .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does "the bond was reinstated" (4th paragraph) mean?


Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
A Tennessee man charged with first-degree attempted murder is now on the run after he was mistakenly released from jail on bond meant for his twin brother, officials said.

Quindarius Jordan, 19, was arrested in October 2017 for allegedly shooting someone at an East Nashville convenience store and wounding a 62-year-old woman who was caught in the crossfire, police said.

His identical twin, Quintarius Jordan, was arrested and charged as an accessory to the crime for allegedly driving the getaway car, authorities said.

Though Quintarius Jordan made his $5,000 bond, he was arrested again on separate charges and his bond was supposed to be reinstated.

“But instead of reinstating it under Quintarius, it was reinstated under Quindarius,” Nashville Criminal Court Clerk Howard Getty told InsideEdition.com.

On June 5, authorities realized Quintarius Jordan’s bond had not been reinstated and they did so, but did not correct the previous mistake that lowered Quindarius Jordan’s bond to $5,000.
A: OY - what a mess.

A bail bond is a large amount of money required to release a person who has been arrested. This person is released with conditions while awaiting his trial.

The bond for attempted murder is a lot higher than $5000. And the police lowered the bond to $5000 for the brother who was arrested for murder because they thought he was the brother who drove the getaway car.

It seems that the brother arrested for murder paid the $5000 bond and has not been seen since.

What a nightmare!
Q: At present, there is a strong bond between the US and Japan. Does this sound natural?
A: At the present time, there is a strong bond b(e)tween the US and Japan.
Q: I have bond with Spanish. Does this sound natural?
A: @son-goku: I have A bond with Spanish.

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