\ɐtˈat͡ʃmənt], \ɐtˈatʃmənt], \ɐ_t_ˈa_tʃ_m_ə_n_t]\
Definitions of ATTACHMENT
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- 1871 - The Cabinet Dictionary of the English Language
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The act of attaching; that which attaches; the thing attached, or adjunct; adherence; fidelity; regard; affection; a taking of the person, goods, or estate by a writ or precept in a civil action, to secure a debt or demand; a writ directing the person or estate of a person to be taken, to secure his appearance before a court; foreign attachment, an arrest on property of the debtor in the hands of a third person.
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