safe-keeping

Translations

safe-keeping

[ˌseɪfˈkiːpɪŋ] Ncustodia f
in his safe-keepingbajo su custodia
to put into safe-keepingponer a buen recaudo or bajo custodia
References in classic literature ?
Effingham, already a widower, transmitted to Marmaduke, for safe-keeping, all his valuable effects and papers; and left the colony without his father.
The Major rose and took the book out of the Italian cabinet, to which he had consigned it for safe-keeping.
Contract award: delivery of object safe-keeping allowance benefit for the needs of nmu "vasil levski".
It was reunited with its handler after police paid the kennels for its recovery and safe-keeping.
Now the owners have placed them with Conwy Archive for safe-keeping.
They were created by one of the monks of the island, St Aidan, and smuggled to Durham Cathedral for safe-keeping by St Cuthbert during the Viking raids on the island.
SHAMEFUL: The theft of plaques containing the names of local soldiers killed in the First World War has led to the remainder being removed for their safe-keeping
The Teofilo colt should really be unbeaten from four starts, but came unstuck at Deauville on his penultimate start when he unseated Ryan Moore close home with a Listed race seemingly in safe-keeping.
He was worried they would be damaged and he removed them for safe-keeping.
30pm) When the National Gallery is flooded, all the paintings are transferred to a Welsh slate mine for safe-keeping.
03 acres with a fenced-in yard for safe-keeping equipment and storage purposes.
Also, my grandfather (Arthur Lewis) had his photographic collection of Aberystwyth donated to the library, not only for safe-keeping, but so that everyone could view and appreciate it at their leisure and in their leisure time.