Long Bond

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Long Bond: What is the Meaning of Long Bond?

  • Long Bond means, Bonus with maturity over 10 years.

Literal Meanings of Long Bond

Long:

Meanings of Long:
  1. Measure the long distance from one end to the other.

  2. Long lasting or time consuming.

  3. Relatively large scale.

  4. (From head), which is classified as long and long, long for quality (for example, in standard British English, head / uː / long meal differs from short head / ʊ / good). .

  5. (Luck or destiny) which reflects or represents a low probability.

  6. (Shares, bonds or other assets) are already bought with the expectation of a price increase.

  7. Fully loaded.

  8. Long intervals or periods.

  9. A long note, such as a long Morse code sign or a long head or letter.

  10. Old bonds, especially gold bonds.

Sentences of Long
  1. Long way

  2. A long and honorable career

  3. Write long reports

  4. The biggest problem with long heads is that there are many ways to spell the same sound.

  5. Victory over great difficulties

  6. Finally, in the 1970s, production on long-term half-life bonds increased.

  7. See you later

  8. Two long and one short

  9. As the dollar rises, gold is under pressure and you may need to release more than a weaker dollar before continuing your advance.

  10. We haven't known him in a long time

Synonyms of Long

dragged-out, soon, in a moment, hunger, lingering, extensive, overlong, in a minute, long-drawn-out, in the near future, pine, wish, interminable, itch, stretched out, be eager, hanker after, be desperate, of considerable length, burn, thirst

Bond:

Meanings of Bond:
  1. Relationships between people or groups based on shared feelings, interests or experiences.

  2. A contact between two surfaces or objects that is joined by a special adhesive, heat or pressure.

  3. Agreement with the power of law.

  4. The model in which bricks are placed to guarantee the strength of the resulting structure.

  5. Summary for Bond Paper

  6. Fix or hold on to something else, especially adhesive, heat or pressure.

  7. Connect or connect with chemical restrictions.

  8. Place (stones) in an overlapping pattern to form a strong structure.

  9. Submit it (taxable item).

Sentences of Bond
  1. There is a link between them

  2. There is no effective relationship between concrete and steel

  3. Marriage as a legal bond may be old, but I doubt it.

  4. Link in English

  5. Press content to join layers

  6. Neutral molecules are connected to the central nucleus

  7. The strong spread was in the shape of a drum and was made of woven stone with horizontal layers of red tiles.

  8. It may be necessary to sell or merge assets to provide liquidity to pay this tax.

Synonyms of Bond

fellowship, connect, affiliation, stick, glue, association, secure, join, gum, bind, avowal, solder, oath, vow, fasten, attach, partnership, solemn word, cement, coalition, friendship, weld, fuse, word of honour, pledge, promise, guarantee, word