Treasury Bond

Treasury Bond,

Treasury Bond Definition:

  • Treasury Bond means: In the United States, long-term government regularly issues interest-bearing bonds.

  • The definition of Treasury Bond is: Long-term negotiated loans (10 years or more) issued by the US government and with the full confidence and credibility of

  • Meaning of Treasury Bond: Long-term maturity obligations for more than five years after the issuance and accumulation of interest.

Literal Meanings of Treasury Bond


Meanings of Treasury:
  1. Funds or taxes from any government, company or institution.

  2. The place or building where the property is protected.

Sentences of Treasury
  1. The state promises not to spend more in its treasury

  2. Henry VIII kept the peace and filled his coffers.

Synonyms of Treasury

exchequer, purse


Meanings of Bond:
  1. Securely attach or attach anything else, especially to a sticky substance, by heat or pressure.

  2. Join or join chemical bonds.

  3. Lay bricks in an overlapping pattern to create a solid structure.

  4. (Taxable goods) Customs.

  5. Relationships between people or groups based on shared feelings, interests or experiences.

  6. The contact between two surfaces or objects, including by adhesive, heat or pressure.

  7. According to the power of law.

  8. The pattern in which the bricks are placed to ensure the strength of the resulting structure.

Sentences of Bond
  1. Press the components to join the layers

  2. Neutral molecules attached to the central atom

  3. The sprawling castle is shaped like a drum, made of stone, in which red tiles join horizontally.

  4. Assets may need to be sold or consolidated to provide liquidity to pay this tax.

  5. There is a relationship of understanding between them

  6. There is no effective relationship between concrete and steel

  7. Marriage as a legal bond may be obsolete, but I doubt it.

Synonyms of Bond

solder, promise, word of honour, stick, connect, paste, guarantee, secure, relationship, friendship, avowal, affix, word, join, weld, assurance, vow, pledge, alliance, cement, fix, fasten, attach, fuse, coalition, association, bind, affiliation, oath