In Latin, the Word Greek became a charter and referred to either the leaf or what is written on the papyrus (such as a letter or poem). The ancient Italian took the word like Carta and used it to designate a sheet of paper or a map. The small form cartello was used to designate a poster or poster, and then felt like a “written protest or a letter of defiance.” The French borrowed without a cartel with the meaning “a letter of defiance” and then English borrowed the French word in form and meaning. This nominal meaning is often used without a qualifying adjective (for example. B good or bad) to display something that is bought or sold at a price below the real value – in other words, a good deal: “At this price, the house is a good deal” or “We have a good deal on the tickets for our flight.” NOTE: There are other words that refer to different types of agreements – such as agreements, pact, deposit, billing and treaty – but we only promised A, B`s and C`s. We have kept that promise. Since the beginning of the 14th century, borrowing has been used for different types of “binding” agreements or alliances, such as “the bonds of sacred marriage.” Later, this meaning was generalized to each element or “binding” force as “the bond of friendship.” In the law of the sixteenth century, it became the name of an act or other legal instrument that “binds” a person to pay a sum of money due or promised.