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guaranty

a warrant; pledge; something taken as security: He left his gold watch as a guaranty that he would bring the car back.
Not to be confused with:
guarantee – a promise or assurance of quality or durability: It has a one-year guarantee that covers parts and labor.
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guar·an·ty

 (găr′ən-tē)
n. pl. guar·an·ties
1. A promise to be answerable for the debt or obligation of another in the event of nonpayment or nonperformance.
2.
a. Something given as security for the execution, completion, or existence of something else.
b. The act of providing such security.
3.
a. A guarantee, as for a product or service: a new refrigerator still under guaranty.
b. A guarantee to perform something in a specified way.
4. A guarantee serving to assure a particular outcome or condition.
5. A guarantor.
tr.v. guar·an·tied, guar·an·ty·ing, guar·an·ties
1. To provide a guaranty for.
2. To guarantee.

[Anglo-Norman guarantie, from Old French, from garant, guarant, warrant, of Germanic origin; see wer- in Indo-European roots.]
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guaranty

(ˈɡærəntɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. a pledge of responsibility for fulfilling another person's obligations in case of that person's default
2. a thing given or taken as security for a guaranty
3. the act of providing security
4. (Law) a person who acts as a guarantor
vb, -ties, -tying or -tied
a variant of guarantee
[C16: from Old French garantie, variant of warantie, of Germanic origin; see warranty]
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guar•an•ty

(ˈgær ənˌti)

n., pl. -ties, n.
1. a warrant, pledge, or formal assurance given as security that another's obligation will be fulfilled.
2. something that is taken or given as security.
3. the act of giving security.
4. a person who acts as a guarantor.
v.t.
[1585–95; < Anglo-French guarantie. See warrant, -y3]
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guaranty


Past participle: guarantied
Gerund: guarantying

Imperative
guaranty
guaranty
Present
I guaranty
you guaranty
he/she/it guaranties
we guaranty
you guaranty
they guaranty
Preterite
I guarantied
you guarantied
he/she/it guarantied
we guarantied
you guarantied
they guarantied
Present Continuous
I am guarantying
you are guarantying
he/she/it is guarantying
we are guarantying
you are guarantying
they are guarantying
Present Perfect
I have guarantied
you have guarantied
he/she/it has guarantied
we have guarantied
you have guarantied
they have guarantied
Past Continuous
I was guarantying
you were guarantying
he/she/it was guarantying
we were guarantying
you were guarantying
they were guarantying
Past Perfect
I had guarantied
you had guarantied
he/she/it had guarantied
we had guarantied
you had guarantied
they had guarantied
Future
I will guaranty
you will guaranty
he/she/it will guaranty
we will guaranty
you will guaranty
they will guaranty
Future Perfect
I will have guarantied
you will have guarantied
he/she/it will have guarantied
we will have guarantied
you will have guarantied
they will have guarantied
Future Continuous
I will be guarantying
you will be guarantying
he/she/it will be guarantying
we will be guarantying
you will be guarantying
they will be guarantying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been guarantying
you have been guarantying
he/she/it has been guarantying
we have been guarantying
you have been guarantying
they have been guarantying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been guarantying
you will have been guarantying
he/she/it will have been guarantying
we will have been guarantying
you will have been guarantying
they will have been guarantying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been guarantying
you had been guarantying
he/she/it had been guarantying
we had been guarantying
you had been guarantying
they had been guarantying
Conditional
I would guaranty
you would guaranty
he/she/it would guaranty
we would guaranty
you would guaranty
they would guaranty
Past Conditional
I would have guarantied
you would have guarantied
he/she/it would have guarantied
we would have guarantied
you would have guarantied
they would have guarantied
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.guaranty - a collateral agreement to answer for the debt of another in case that person defaultsguaranty - a collateral agreement to answer for the debt of another in case that person defaults
collateral - a security pledged for the repayment of a loan
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guaranty

noun
1. Something given to guarantee the repayment of a loan or the fulfillment of an obligation:
2. An assumption of responsibility, as one given by a manufacturer, for the quality, worth, or durability of a product:
3. A declaration that one will or will not do a certain thing:
4. One who assumes financial responsibility for another:
Informal: angel.
verb
To assume responsibility for the quality, worth, or durability of:
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Translations

guaranty

[ˈgærəntɪ] N (Fin) → garantía f, caución f; (= agreement) → garantía f
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guaranty

n (Jur) → Garantie f; (= pledge of obligation)Bürgschaft f; (= security)Sicherheit f
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References in classic literature ?
The want of a mutual guaranty of the State governments is another capital imperfection in the federal plan.
Without a guaranty the assistance to be derived from the Union in repelling those domestic dangers which may sometimes threaten the existence of the State constitutions, must be renounced.
"I am, sir, a living guaranty," replied Monte Cristo, motionless, but with a threatening look; "we have both blood in our veins which we wish to shed -- that is our mutual guaranty.
Could any further proof be required of the republican complexion of this system, the most decisive one might be found in its absolute prohibition of titles of nobility, both under the federal and the State governments; and in its express guaranty of the republican form to each of the latter.
Where was the guaranty? She remembered, dimly, the blight of hard times in the past, and the plaints of fathers and mothers in those days returned to her with a new significance.
And as they had done before, when my comrade, to oblige me, started on his perilous journey to Nukuheva, they looked upon me, in his absence, as one of two inseparable friends who was a sure guaranty for the other's return.
The nature and soul of things takes on itself the guaranty of the fulfilment of every contract, so that honest service cannot come to loss.