1. Qui est attaché.
2. Délégué ; fonctionnaire affecté ŕ une ambassade, ŕ un poste ministériel, etc.
1. Fastened together.
2. Associated in an exclusive sexual relationship; SYN. committed.
3. (Architecture) Used of buildings joined by common sidewalls.
1. Having a fixed and unchanging value (of a number).
2. Directed with intense concentration; SYN. intent.
3. Fixed and unmoving; SYN. set, rigid.
4. Incapable of being changed or moved or undone; e.g.; SYN. frozen.
5. Securely placed or fastened or set.
6. Specified in advance; SYN. given.
1. Lien, courroie, etc.
2. En général, ce qui sert ŕ attacher.
Sinonimi: bond paper | bond certificate
1. A superior quality of strong durable white writing paper; originally made for printing documents; SYN. bond paper.
2. An interest-bearing (or discounted) certificate of debt issued by a government or corporation in order to raise money; SYN. bond certificate.
A device (used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together.
1. A device designed to bind or constrict or to press two or more parts together so as to hold them firmly
2. Any of various instruments or appliances having parts brought together for holding or compressing something
The act of fastening things together; SYN. attachment.
ETYM Spanish garrote, from garra claw, talon, of Celtic origin; cf. Armor. and W. gar leg, ham, shank. Related to Garrot stick, Garter.
An instrument for execution by strangulation; SYN. garotte, garrotte, iron collar.
Sinonimi: tie beam
ETYM as. tęge, tige, tîge.
1. A cord (or string or ribbon or wire etc.) with which something is tied.
2. A horizontal beam used to prevent two other structural members from spreading apart or separating; SYN. tie beam.
A specialist assigned to the staff of a diplomatic mission.
(French) person attached to embassy.