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 ?
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.
Contract notice: Supply and sewing object safe-keeping allowance benefit the needs of the national military university "vasil levski".
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.
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.
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.