# The definition of peptide, peptide bond and protein

According to what I understand the difference between peptide and peptide bond is that peptide is two or more amino acids (up to 19 -inc.) which linked together, while the term "peptide bond" refers to the bond between each two amino acids. Is that true? If it is, the definition of protein is that it contains at least 20 amino acids which are linked together. Isn't it?

Two or more amino acids form a peptide. The peptide has the repeated form $\ce{-CO-NH-C(\alpha)R - }$ where R is an amino acid side-chain. The peptide bond is the amide bond N-C. The $\ce{CONH}$ group is planar. A peptide chain can be artificially constructed in the lab from any of the amino acids, its length and composition is then for you to determine.