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
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References in classic literature ?
The Major rose and took the book out of the Italian cabinet, to which he had consigned it for safe-keeping.
Effingham, already a widower, transmitted to Marmaduke, for safe-keeping, all his valuable effects and papers; and left the colony without his father.
I got into the first coach with three companions; the rest bestowed themselves in the other vehicles; two large baskets were made fast to the lightest; two large stone jars in wicker cases, technically known as demi-johns, were consigned to the 'least rowdy' of the party for safe-keeping; and the procession moved off to the ferryboat, in which it was to cross the river bodily, men, horses, carriages, and all, as the manner in these parts is.
'The firearm safe-keeping guidelines are very clear that if you have a firearm at your house, it must be stored in a locked safe mounted to the wall and/or floor and you may not leave your firearm in a vehicle upon disembarking from it, as the firearm might be stolen if the vehicle is broken into,' Kanguatjivi said .
Amore Alato looked to have the Grade 2 novice chase in safe-keeping as he jumped the final fence but gift-wrapped the race for Le Mercurey when sprawling on landing and getting rid of jockey Harry Skelton.
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. Taken by George White of R White & Sons of Widnes, who were the contracting engineers for the Great Orme Tramway, they show the tramcars and winding gear arriving in Llandudno in 1900-1902 and being hauled up Old Road.
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.