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bond·age

 (bŏn′dĭj)
n.
1. The state of one who is bound as a slave or serf.
2. A state of subjection to a force, power, or influence.
3. The practice of being physically restrained, as with cords or handcuffs, as a means of attaining sexual gratification.
4. Villeinage.

[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman, from Middle English bonde, serf, from Old English bōnda, husbandman, from Old Norse bōndi, present participle of būa, to live; see bheuə- in Indo-European roots.]
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bondage

(ˈbɒndɪdʒ)
n
1. slavery or serfdom; servitude
2. (Historical Terms) Also called: villeinage (in medieval Europe) the condition and status of unfree peasants who provided labour and other services for their lord in return for holdings of land
3. (Psychiatry) a sexual practice in which one partner is physically bound
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bond•age

(ˈbɒn dɪdʒ)

n.
1. slavery or involuntary servitude; serfdom.
2. the state of being bound by or subjected to some external power or control.
3. the state or practice of being tied up, chained, or the like, for sexual gratification.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Anglo-Latin bondagium. See bond2, -age]
syn: See slavery.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bondage - the state of being under the control of a force or influence or abstract power; "he was in bondage to fear:; "he sought release from his bondage to Satan"; "a self freed from the bondage of time"
subjection, subjugation - forced submission to control by others
2.bondage - the state of being under the control of another personbondage - the state of being under the control of another person
subjection, subjugation - forced submission to control by others
bonded labor - a practice in which employers give high-interest loans to workers whose entire families then labor at low wages to pay off the debt; the practice is illegal in the United States
servitude - state of subjection to an owner or master or forced labor imposed as punishment; "penal servitude"
serfdom, serfhood, vassalage - the state of a serf
3.bondage - sexual practice that involves physically restraining (by cords or handcuffs) one of the partners
sex activity, sexual activity, sexual practice - activities associated with sexual intercourse; "they had sex in the back seat"
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bondage

noun slavery, imprisonment, captivity, confinement, yoke, duress, servitude, enslavement, subjugation, serfdom, subjection, vassalage, thraldom, enthralment A terrible life of bondage was compounded by a guilty secret.
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bondage

noun
A state of subjugation to an owner or master:
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Translations
عُبودِيَّه، رِقٌّ
otroctví
slavery
bondageesclavage
ánauî, òrælkun
vergija
dzimtbūšanaverdzība
esaretkölelik

bondage

[ˈbɒndɪdʒ] N
1. (= enslavement) → esclavitud f, cautiverio m
to be in bondage to sthser esclavo de algo
2. (= sexual practice) → bondage m
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bondage

[ˈbɒndɪdʒ] nesclavage m, servage m
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bondage

n
(lit)Sklaverei f; (in Middle Ages) → Leibeigenschaft f; in bondage to somebodyin Sklaverei/Leibeigenschaft bei jdm, jdm hörig
(fig liter)vollständige Unterjochung; in bondage to somethingeiner Sache (dat)unterworfen; her stronger will kept him in bondageihr stärkerer Wille hielt ihn vollständig unterdrückt
(sexual) → Fesseln nt; bondage gear/magazineSadomasoausrüstung f/-heft nt
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bondage

[ˈbɒndɪdʒ] nservitù, schiavitù
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bondage

(ˈbondidʒ) noun
slavery.
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The Prime Minister said in a message on the eve of the 3rd martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed Wani that he salute to all martyrs of Kashmir from Maqbool Butt Shaheed, to Burhan Wani who had laid down the supreme sacrifices of their lives for the freedom of their motherland from the forced bondage of Indian imperialism.
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This approach has been pursued under the justification that if you were in a condition of forced bondage you would not care how you achieved your liberty.