Definition of Attachment:

  1. Affection, fondness, or sympathy for someone or something.

  2. The action of attaching something.

  3. Law: (1) Process of taking a persons property (such as cash, goods, and most commonly earnings) into legal custody on a court order (called writ of attachment) issued in favor of a claimant or creditor. (2) Creditors security interest in a property accepted as collateral for a debt, created when the debtor receives value in exchange and acquires right of redemption.

  4. Office: Document affixed to another document.

  5. Manufacturing: An accessory attached to an equipment or machine.

  6. Insurance: Inclusion or exclusion of perils and locations covered in a basic policy. See also endorsement and rider.

  7. An extra part or extension that is or can be attached to something to perform a particular function.

  8. Computing: Computer (binary) file (such as a graphics, photograph, spreadsheet, or a voice recording) transmitted together with an email.

Synonyms of Attachment

Amor, Christian love, Eros, Platonic love, Accession, Accessory, Accompaniment, Accounting for, Addenda, Addendum, Additament, Addition, Additive, Additory, Additum, Adherence, Adhesion, Adhesive, Adjunct, Adjunction, Adjuvant, Admiration, Adoration, Affection, Affinity, Affixation, Affixing, Agape, Agglutination, Allegiance, Angary, Annex, Annexation, Annexure, Answerability, Appanage, Appendage, Appendant, Appliance, Application, Appurtenance, Appurtenant, Ardency, Ardor, Arrogation, Ascription, Assignation, Assignment, Attaching, Attribution, Augment, Augmentation, Binding, Blame, Bodily love, Bona fides, Bond, Bonne foi, Brotherly love, Caritas, Charge, Charity, Clasping, Coda, Collectivization, Commandeering, Communalization, Communization, Complement, Concomitant, Confiscation, Conjugal love, Connection, Connection with, Constancy, Continuation, Corollary, Credit, Decoration, Derivation from, Desire, Device, Devotedness, Devotion, Distraint, Distress, Eminent domain, Etiology, Execution, Expropriation, Extension, Extra, Extrapolation, Faith, Faithful love, Faithfulness, Fancy, Fastener, Fastening, Fealty, Fervor, Fidelity, Firmness, Fixing, Fixture, Flame, Fondness, Free love, Free-lovism, Friendliness, Friendship, Gadget, Garnishment, Girding, Good faith, Heart, Hero worship, Homage, Honor, Hooking, Idolatry, Idolism, Idolization, Impoundment, Impressment, Imputation, Increase, Increment, Joining, Junction, Juxtaposition, Knot, Lasciviousness, Lashing, Levy, Libido, Ligation, Like, Liking, Link, Linking, Love, Lovemaking, Loyalty, Married love, Nationalization, Offshoot, Ornament, Palaetiology, Part, Partiality, Passion, Pendant, Physical love, Piety, Placement, Popular regard, Popularity, Prefixation, Reference to, Regard, Reinforcement, Responsibility, Right of angary, Saddling, Sentiment, Sequestration, Sex, Sexual love, Shine, Side effect, Side issue, Socialization, Spiritual love, Splice, Staunchness, Steadfastness, Sticking, Suffixation, Superaddition, Superfetation, Superjunction, Superposition, Supplement, Supplementation, Tailpiece, Tender feeling, Tender passion, Tenderness, Tie, Tieing, Troth, True blue, Truelove, Trueness, Undergirding, Uniting, Uxoriousness, Weakness, Worship, Yearning, Zipping, Bond, Closeness, Devotion, Loyalty, Fixing, Fastening, Affixing, Linking, Coupling, Clamping, Connection, Connecting, Accessory, Fitting, Fitment, Extension, Supplementary part, Supplementary component, Extra, Extra part, Adjunct, Addition, Add-on, Appurtenance, Appendage, Accoutrement, Auxiliary

How to use Attachment in a sentence?

  1. She felt a sentimental attachment to the place.
  2. The case has a loop for attachment to your belt.
  3. The food processor comes with a blender attachment.

Meaning of Attachment & Attachment Definition