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The experience formed a close bond between us.
We will work to strengthen our bonds with neighbouring countries.
These women all lead very different lives, but they share a common bond.
Government bonds are usually a safe investment.
The company raised money through a bond issue.
This is the British English definition of bond. View American English definition of bond.
dirty and sometimes untidy or smelling bad
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