Definition of 'attachment'
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The sun highlights the part of your chart that deals with close family and emotional attachments. The Sun (2017)It also encourages binge eating and an emotional attachment to food that leads you to overeat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You don't need an attachment in an email any more. Computing (2010)It is also because of his father that he has a strong attachment to the Commonwealth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In the Fifties we formed a lasting attachment to Scandinavian interior style. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But there is an emotional attachment to West Ham. The Sun (2017)That is always the way when an exceptionally worthy young man forms an attachment. Daniel Deronda (1876)Part of it is their deep attachment to their history and culture. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They were now settled in their new home and had formed emotional attachments to their adopters. Times, Sunday Times (2013)To add some visual flair use an app that sends messages as email attachments. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He said in a calm voice that it was only natural to form attachments. Seminary Boy (2006)It seems that some of us confuse strong emotion or a deep attachment with love. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is an emotional attachment to bureaucracy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)People form strong attachments to their properties. The Sun (2015)Large email attachments can sometimes be rejected. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He has a deep attachment to home but is now an outsider. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Do not open email attachments or click on links from unknown sources. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We British have a strong emotional attachment to property that often clouds our judgment. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Such memories speak of a deep attachment to his horses, which he carries selflessly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This site allows you to upload an attachment, send a message to the recipient and allow them to download it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I noticed that in both situations the person who was sick formed a close attachment with one of the nurses. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Do not send any attachments. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'attachment'
British English: attachment /əˈtætʃmənt/ NOUN
An attachment to someone or something is a love or liking for them.
Mother and child form a close attachment.
- American English: attachment
- Arabic: اِرْتِبَاط
- Brazilian Portuguese: afeição
- Chinese: 情感
- Croatian: privrženost
- Czech: náklonnost
- Danish: tilknytning
- Dutch: gehechtheid
- European Spanish: apego
- Finnish: kiintymys
- French: attachement
- German: Zuneigung
- Greek: συμπάθεια
- Italian: affetto
- Japanese: 愛着
- Korean: 애착
- Norwegian: bånd
- Polish: przywiązanie
- European Portuguese: afeição
- Romanian: atașament
- Russian: привязанность
- Spanish: accesorio
- Swedish: bilaga
- Thai: การผูกติด สิ่งที่แนบมา
- Turkish: bağlılık
- Ukrainian: відданість
- Vietnamese: sự gắn bó
Definition of attachment from the Collins English Dictionary
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