c. 1400, "arrest of a person on judicial warrant" (mid-13c. in Anglo-Latin), from French attachement, from attacher (see attach). Application to property (including, later, wages) dates from 1590s; meaning "sympathy, devotion" is recorded from 1704; that of "something that is attached to something else" dates from 1797 and has become perhaps the most common use since the rise of e-mail.
1. Mother and child form a close attachment.
2. a child's strong attachment to its parents
3. She has a great attachment to her sister.
4. It is attachment that interferes with the in - breath and out - breath of the dance of life.
就是连接( attachment ),干扰了生命舞蹈的吸入呼出节奏.
5. During her course she worked on attachment for six months at Kew Gardens.