名词:bonder 动词过去式:bonded 过去分词:bonded 现在分词:bonding 第三人称单数:bonds 形容词:bondable
band=to bind（捆绑） 变化型 bond
(a) written agreement or promise that has legal force; covenant （具有法律效力的）书面协定或允诺; 契约; 合同; 票据
*We entered into a solemn bond. 我们缔结了一项正式协定.
(b) signed document containing such an agreement 已签署的上述文件.
2 [C] certificate issued by a government or a company acknowledging that money has been lent to it and will be paid back with interest （政府或公司发行的）有息债券
*National Savings bonds 国家储蓄债券
* Government bonds 公债.
3 [C] thing that unites people or groups; link or tie 将人或团体联合起来的事物; 联系; 关系
*the bonds of friendship/affection 友谊[感情]的纽带
* The trade agreement helped to strengthen the bonds between the two countries. 这项贸易协定有助于加强两国之间的联系.
4 [sing] state of being joined 连接; 接合; 结合
*This glue makes a good firm bond. 这种胶水粘得很结实.
5 bonds [pl] ropes or chains binding a prisoner 捆绑囚犯的绳索或锁链
*(fig 比喻) the bonds of oppression, tyranny, injustice, etc 压迫、专制、不公正等桎梏.
6 (idm 习语) in/out of bond (commerce 商) (of imported goods) in/out of a bonded warehouse （指进口货物）在关栈中（尚未完税）[由关栈提出（已完税）]
*place goods in/take goods out of bond 将（未完税）货物存入关栈[将（已完税）货物由关栈提出]. sb's word is as good as his bond => word.
1 [Tn] put (goods) in a bonded warehouse 将（货物）存入关栈
*bonded whisky, cigarettes, etc 扣存关栈以待完税的威士忌、香烟等.
2 [Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p] ~ A and B (together); ~ A to B join two things securely together; unite two things with a bond 将两个物体牢固结合起来; 用黏结剂将两个物体接合起来
*You need a strong adhesive to bond wood to metal. 需要强力胶才能把木料粘在金属上.
1. But the look that the Hon. Hubert Bond threw her was enough to silence her. 但是那位尊敬的休伯特·邦德给她投过来的脸色已足以让她闭嘴。
2. It places a terrible strain on the mother-child bond by saddling the mother with the double burden of playing the role of both mother and father; 离婚使得母亲既当母亲又当父亲而不堪重负，从而造成母子关系的紧张。
3. The tenants of Zeta Road looked and a mighty cheer went up, for across the spare wheel of the Hon. Hubert Bond´s car was plastered a huge poster which read: "NOT A PENNY ON THE RENTS!" 泽特路的住户们看过去，一阵强有力的欢呼声响起来，尊敬的休伯特·邦德车子上的后备轮胎上粘着一张大海报，上面写着：“房租一分钱不能加！”
4. Mr. Hubert Bond, M.P., arrived early the next afternoon in his shiny luxurious car, which made the place look all the more shabby in contrast. 第二天下午，休伯特·邦德议员坐着他那辆闪闪发亮的豪华轿车来了，相形之下，这个地方更显得破烂不堪。
5. Mr. Bond´s manners were charming. 邦德先生风度翩翩。
6. Mr. Bond thought this was going too far, and he felt obliged to put in a word for the landlords. 邦德先生认为这太过分了，他感到必须为房东说句话。
7. Common interests formed a bond between us. 共同的利益把我们联系在一起。
8. "Poor chaps aren´t so well off either these days," said Mr. Bond, putting up one of his artificial smiles. “那些可怜的伙计们近来日子也不好过，”邦德先生说，并再次露出他那不自然的笑容。
9. "Really, Hubert, don´t you think we´ve wasted enough time?" said Mrs.Bond coldly. “真的，休伯特，难道你不认为我们已经浪费了太多的时间吗？”邦德夫人冷冷地说。
10. "Don´t worry," Mr. Bond said. “不要担心，”邦德先生说。