bonding

  1. fastening firmly together
  2. a close personal relationship that forms between people (as between husband and wife or parent and child)
  3. (dentistry) a technique for repairing a tooth; resinous material is applied to the surface of the tooth where it adheres to the tooth's enamel
  4. stick to firmly
  5. create social or emotional ties
  6. bring together in a common cause or emotion
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bonding

[n] - a close personal relationship that forms between people (as between husband and wife or parent and child) 2. [n] - (dentistry) a technique for repairing a tooth 3. [n] - fastening firmly together
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Bonding

the covering of a tooth surface to correct stained or damaged teeth.
Found on http://www.cosmeticdentistryguide.co.uk/glossary.html

Bonding

Process by which enamel-like resin is bonded to a tooth's surface, sculpted to an ideal shape, hardened, and polished. This is the technique used for both front and back fillings.
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bonding

Method of producing fabric in which synthetic fibres or filaments are stuck together. Fibres may be bonded in several different ways. One method is to apply adhesive to a web of fibres which is then...
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Bonding

The joining together of all metal parts of an aeroplane to form a continuous electrical conductor so that no sparks are caused between separate parts of the structure when they are charged with static electricity.
Found on http://www.aeroplanemonthly.com/glossary/

bonding

<dentistry> The process of attaching brackets to your teeth using a special safe glue. ... (08 Jan 1998) ...
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bonding

soldering noun fastening firmly together
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bonding

(bond´ing) joining together securely with an adhesive substance. development of a close emotional tie to a mate or to a newborn; it is thought that optimal bonding of the parents to a newborn requires a period of close contact in the first few hours after birth. dental bonding ...
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Bonding

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bond
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bonding

Type: Term Pronunciation: bon′ding Definitions: 1. Formation of a close and enduring emotional attachment, such as between parent and child, lovers, or husband and wife.
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Bonding

The permanent joining of metallic parts to form an electrically conductive path that will ensure electrical continuity and the capacity to conduct any current to be present in a safe manner.
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Bonding

A composite resin applied to a tooth to change its shape and/or color. Bonding also refers to how a filling, orthodontic appliance or some fixed partial dentures are attached to teeth.
Found on http://www.mytonparkdental.co.uk/glossary-of-terms.html

Bonding

A process to chemically etch the tooth's enamel to better attach (bond) composite filling material, veneers, or plastic/acrylic.
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Bonding

The process in which mother, father and baby get to know one another after delivery and develop a strong attachment to one another. Bonding may occur instantaneously or it may develop over several weeks or months.
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bonding

bonding: see insurance.
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bonding

Method of producing fabric in which synthetic fibres or filaments are stuck together. Fibres may be bonded in several different ways. One method is to apply adhesive to a web of fibres which is then compressed. Another method is spin bonding in which, owing to their thermoplastic properties, nylon or polyester fibres can be bonded together using he...
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Bonding

Bonding is a a great way to add volume or vibrant streaks of color to your natural hair, and temporary weaving method. Hair is glued to the roots of the hair with a latex or surgical type adhesive.
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Bonding

A method of attaching a hairpiece to the scalp using a layer of adhesive. A horseshoe-like track of existing hair about 1/4 inch wide is shaved to about 1/8 of an inch long. The bonding glue is then applied to the hairpiece, which is then attached to the hair. Bonding lasts approximately 6 weeks, as the hair grows the hairpiece slips around and mus...
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Bonding

This is the yellow and green cable, which connects your incoming services (water, gas, etc) to the earth block to prevent the metal pipes becoming "live".
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Bonding

A term used to describe the simple act of gluing a hairpiece onto the scalp.
Found on http://www.americanhairloss.org/hair_loss_glossary/

bonding

Process by which two or more components are made integral by mechanical and/or chemical adhesion at their interface.
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bonding

the covering of a tooth surface to correct stained or damaged teeth.
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Bonding

Adhering tooth-colored resin materials to restore the natural appearance of teeth. These materials can be sculpted and shaped to replace lost tooth structure due to decay or trauma and/or for cosmetic treatment.
Found on http://www.dentistryforomaha.com/patient-info/dental-glossary/

Bonding

A process for adhesive laminating of two or more fabrics or fabric and a layer of plastic by means of a bonding agent (adhesives, plastics or cohesion), or ultrasonic procedure. Bonded fabrics are commonly used in outerwear.
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