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bondable

[ bon-duh-buhl ]
/ ˈbɒn də bəl /
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adjective
able to be connected or joined:This composite is a bondable, biocompatible, translucent, and easy-to-use reinforced ribbon.
connecting or adhering different materials:You can use a bondable adhesive if you don’t want to sew the patches on.
Insurance. able to be insured as trustworthy under a bond or surety agreement: All applicants must be bondable and pass a criminal background check.
Finance. (of a debt, business, etc.) able to be secured by bonds: The company is financially strong, bondable, and involved in a variety of commercial projects.Voters have passed a measure requiring voter approval of all bondable construction costs before construction can begin.
Law. (of a criminal charge) allowing for a perpetrator’s release on payment of bail or personal surety:I learned from my stint at the county jail that theft of property and possession of burglary tools are both bondable charges.
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Origin of bondable

OTHER WORDS FROM bondable

bond·a·bil·i·ty [bon-duh-bil-i-tee], /ˌbɒn dəˈbɪl ɪ ti/, nounun·bond·a·ble, adjective
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