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  1. indenture

    • IPA[ɪnˈdɛntʃə]

    英式

    • n.
      a legal agreement, contract, or document.;a deed or contract of which copies were made for the contracting parties with the edges indented for identification and to prevent forgery.
    • v.
      bind (someone) by an indenture as an apprentice or labourer
    • verb: indenture, 3rd person present: indentures, gerund or present participle: indenturing, past tense: indentured, past participle: indentured

    • noun: indenture, plural noun: indentures

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a legal agreement, contract, or document.
    • a deed or contract of which copies were made for the contracting parties with the edges indented for identification and to prevent forgery.
    • a formal list, certificate, or inventory indentures recording the number of 1377 taxpayers
    • an agreement binding an apprentice to a master the 30 apprentices have received their indentures on completion of their training
    • the state of being bound to service by an indenture the bracelet on his wrist represented his indenture to his master
    • a contract by which a person agreed to work for a set period for a landowner in a British colony in exchange for passage to the colony.

    動詞

    • 1. historical bind (someone) by an indenture as an apprentice or labourer Dick was indentured to the Company in 1917 indentured labourers
  2. 知識+

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    • 英文(有關黑執事)

      He is a deacon. He has an indenture with a 12-year-old boy. He is competent in the discharge of his...