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guar·an·tee

 (găr′ən-tē′)
n.
1. Something that assures a particular outcome or condition: Lack of interest is a guarantee of failure.
2.
a. A promise or assurance, especially one given in writing, that attests to the quality or durability of a product or service.
b. A pledge that something will be performed in a specified manner.
3. A guarantor.
4. A guaranty.
tr.v. guar·an·teed, guar·an·tee·ing, guar·an·tees
1. To assume responsibility for the debt, default, or miscarriage of.
2. To assume responsibility for the quality or performance of: guarantee a product.
3. To undertake to do, accomplish, or ensure (something) for another: guaranteed to free the captives; guarantees freedom of speech.
4. To make certain: The rain guarantees a good crop this year.
5. To guaranty.
6. To furnish security for.
7. To express or declare with conviction: I guarantee that you'll like this book.

[Alteration of Middle English garant, warranty, from Old French; see guaranty.]

guaranteed

(ˌɡærənˈtiːd)
adj
1. bound to happen; certain
2. mandated by law or contract
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guaranteed

adjective sure, certain, bound Reports of this kind are guaranteed to cause anxiety.
Translations

guaranteed

[ˌgærənˈtiːd]
A. ADJ [goods, price, service, delivery] → garantizado
B. CPD guaranteed bonus Nbonificación f garantizada
guaranteed loan Npréstamo m garantizado

guaranteed

[ˌgærənˈtiːd] adj
(= certain) → certain(e)
to be guaranteed to do sth
Articles of this kind are guaranteed to cause anxiety → Des articles de ce genre vont à coup sûr provoquer des inquiétudes.
[success, sunshine] → garanti(e)
[income, price, wage] → garanti(e)

guaranteed

adjgarantiert; to be guaranteed for three months (goods)drei Monate Garantie haben; (prices)für drei Monate garantiert sein; to be guaranteed not to rustgarantiert nicht rostend sein; guaranteed priceGarantiepreis m; that’s a guaranteed successdas wird garantiert ein Erfolg; such reports are guaranteed to cause anxietysolche Berichte machen den Leuten garantiert Angst
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Challenger, who, being satisfied that no criticism or comment in this book is meant in an offensive spirit, has guaranteed that he will place no impediment to its publication and circulation.
They were just enough not to blame Norah for this; they were just enough to acknowledge that her conduct had been as irreproachable as I had guaranteed it should be when I got her the situation.
But the authority extends no further than to a GUARANTY of a republican form of government, which supposes a pre-existing government of the form which is to be guaranteed. As long, therefore, as the existing republican forms are continued by the States, they are guaranteed by the federal Constitution.
Ferguson personally, and guaranteed the intrepidity of his dauntless friend.
The King replied, 'Then both your heads must be staked, and your head and his must be guaranteed for the winner.'
* A safe passage through the Northwest posts was guaranteed to such as did not choose to enter into the service of that Company, and the amount of wages due to them was to be deducted from the price paid for Astoria.
Ours is a 'Guaranteed Patent Hive.' You can see it on the label behind."
It's a 'Patent Guaranteed Hive.' Why do they want to turn us out?
Among the top government guaranteed borrowings are a RM52.74 billion guarantee granted to DanaInfra Nasional Bhd to fund the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project and the Pan Borneo Highway, RM18.86 billion for Malaysia Rail Link Sdn Bhd for the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) and RM31.41 billion for Prasarana Malaysia Bhd for the infrastructure and operations of the light rail transit (LRT) and Rapid KL.
"Many employees look to create a guaranteed income stream from their accumulated assets.
Whole Life, Universal Life and Index Universal Life can provide guaranteed increases in cash value.
Less than seven per cent of the 1.3 billion cheques written during 2009 were guaranteed, and by the end of 2010 less than three-quarters of debit cards also acted as guarantee cards.

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