Bondage

  • 1Bondage — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Bondage …

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  • 2Bondage — may refer to:*Debt bondage, a modern form of slavery in which people are bound by debt, rather than legal ownership *Bondage (BDSM), the practice of tying people up for pleasure *Self bondage, the practice of tying oneself up just for fun or for… …

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  • 3bondage — [ bɔ̃daʒ ] n. m. • 1986; de l angl. amér. boundage « lien » ♦ Pratique sexuelle sadomasochiste dans laquelle un des partenaires est attaché. « culte du corps, très hard, pantalons et vestes de cuir, chaînes, bondages; S. M. et le reste »… …

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  • 4Bondage — Bond age, n. [LL. bondagium. See {Bond}, a.] [1913 Webster] 1. The state of being bound; condition of being under restraint; restraint of personal liberty by compulsion; involuntary servitude; slavery; captivity. [1913 Webster] The King, when he… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5bondage — I noun abject slavery, arrest, bond of slavery, bonds, captivity, chains, coarctation, compulsory service, confinement, constraint, constraint by force, custodianship, custody, detention, durance, enslavement, entombment, fetters, forced… …

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  • 6bondage — c.1300, condition of a serf or slave, from Anglo L. bondagium, from M.E. bond a serf, tenant farmer, from O.E. bonda householder, from O.N. boandi free born farmer, noun use of prp. of boa dwell, prepare, inhabit, from PIE *bhow , from root… …

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  • 7bondage — *servitude, slavery …

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  • 8bondage — [n] slavery chains, enslavement, helotry, peonage, serfage, serfdom, servility, servitude, subjection, subjugation, thrall, thralldom, villenage, yoke; concepts 136,652 Ant. freedom, independence …

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  • 9bondage — ► NOUN 1) the state of being a slave or feudal serf. 2) sexual practice that involves the tying up or restraining of one partner. ORIGIN from obsolete bond «serf»; influenced by BOND(Cf. ↑bond) …

    English terms dictionary

  • 10bondage — [bän′dij] n. [ME < Anglo L bondagium < OE bonda < ON bonde, orig. prp. of bua, to prepare, inhabit, akin to Ger bauen, to build < IE base * bheu , to grow, develop > BE, Sans bhū , earth, Gr phyein, to grow] 1. serfdom or slavery 2 …

    English World dictionary

  • 11Bondage — Modell gefesselt mit Hüftkette, Hand und Daumenschellen Der aus dem Englischen stammende Begriff Bondage [ˈbɒndɪdʒ] bedeutet unter anderem Unfreiheit oder Knechtschaft und bezeichnet innerhalb der BDSM Szene Praktiken zur Fesselung …

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  • 12Bondage — Pour le label de musique, voir Bondage Records. Le bondage est une pratique sadomasochiste qui consiste à attacher son partenaire dans le cadre d une relation érotique ou sexuelle. Cette définition, en français, est donnée par quelques… …

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  • 13bondage — n. 1) to sell into bondage 2) to deliver from bondage 3) in bondage to * * * [ bɒndɪdʒ] in bondage to to deliver from bondage to sell intobondage …

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  • 14bondage — [[t]bɒ̱ndɪʤ[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT Bondage is the condition of being someone s property and having to work for them. [LITERARY] Masters often hired out their slaves and sometimes allowed them to share in earnings and to buy their way out of bondage.… …

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  • 15Bondage — Bon|dage 〈[bɔ̣ndıdʒ] n.; ; unz.〉 Fesseln als erotische Spielart (im sadomasochistischen Bereich) [engl.] * * * Bondage,   Sammelbezeichnung für alle Formen von Fesselungen in einem sexuellen Zusammenhang. Bondage kann Element einer… …

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  • 16bondage — bond|age [ˈbɔndıdʒ US ˈba:n ] n [U] 1.) the state of having your freedom limited, or being prevented from doing what you want ▪ young women lost to the bondage of early motherhood 2.) literary the state of being a slave in bondage ▪ Since the age …

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