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noun
a formal document that gives bail for someone to be released from custody.
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Origin of bail bond

First recorded in 1700–10
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British Dictionary definitions for bail bond

bail bond

noun
a document in which a prisoner and one or more sureties guarantee that the prisoner will attend the court hearing of the charge against him if he is released on bail
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