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safeguard

US [ˈseɪfˌɡɑrd]
UK [ˈseɪfˌɡɑː(r)d]
  • v.保障;保护;捍卫
  • n.保护措施;安全设施
  • Web舒肤佳;维护;保卫
Plural Form:safeguards  Present Participle:safeguarding  Past Tense:safeguarded  
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v.
1.
[t][i]
保护;保障;捍卫to protect sth/sb from loss, harm or damage; to keep sth/sb safe
to safeguard a person's interests
维护某人的利益
to safeguard jobs
保住工作岗位
The new card will safeguard the company against fraud.
新卡将保护公司免遭诈骗。
The leaflet explains how to safeguard against dangers in the home.
小册子告诉人们在家里如何防备各种危险。
n.
1.
~ (against sth)
安全设施;保护措施something that is designed to protect people from harm, risk or danger
Stronger legal safeguards are needed to protect the consumer.
需要有更有力的法律措施来保护消费者。

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