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guarantee

US [ˌɡerənˈti]
UK [ˌɡærənˈtiː]
  • v.保证;保障;担保;确保
  • n.保证;担保;抵押品;保证金
  • Web保证书;担保物;保修单
Plural Form:guarantees  Present Participle:guaranteeing  Past Tense:guaranteed  
GUARANTEE
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n.
1.
保证;担保a firm promise that you will do sth or that sth will happen
to give a guarantee of good behaviour
保证行为端正
He gave me a guarantee that it would never happen again.
他向我保证这种事情绝不会再发生。
They are demanding certain guarantees before they sign the treaty.
他们要求得到某些保证后才签署条约。
2.
保修单;保用证书a written promise given by a company that sth you buy will be replaced or repaired without payment if it goes wrong within a particular period
We provide a 5-year guarantee against rust.
我们保证 5 年不生锈。
The watch is still under guarantee .
这只手表仍在保修期内。
The television comes with a year's guarantee.
这电视机有一年的保修期。
a money-back guarantee
退货保证
3.
起保证作用的事物something that makes sth else certain to happen
Career success is no guarantee of happiness.
事业成功并不是幸福的保证。
There's no guarantee that she'll come(= she may not come) .
不能保证她一定会来。
4.
保证金;抵押品money or sth valuable that you give or promise to a bank, for example, to make sure that you will do what you have promised
We had to offer our house as a guarantee when getting the loan.
我们在贷款时不得不拿房子作抵押。
5.
担保书a written promise to pay back money that sb else owes, or do sth that sb else promised to do, if they cannot do it themselves
A close relative, usually a parent, can provide a guarantee for the loan.
近亲属,通常为父母,可为贷款作担保。
v.
1.
保证;担保;保障to promise to do sth; to promise sth will happen
Basic human rights, including freedom of speech, are now guaranteed.
现在,包括言论自由在内的基本人权已有了保障。
We cannot guarantee (that) our flights will never be delayed.
我们不能保证我们的所有航班均不误点。
The ticket will guarantee you free entry.
这张票可保证你免费入场。
We guarantee to deliver your goods within a week.
我们保证一周内交货。
2.
~ sth (against sth)
提供(产品)保修单(免费掉换或修理有问题的产品)to give a written promise to replace or repair a product free if it goes wrong
This iron is guaranteed for a year against faulty workmanship.
这种熨斗如有工艺缺陷可保修一年。
3.
使必然发生;确保to make sth certain to happen
Tonight's victory guarantees the team's place in the final.
今晚的胜利确保这个队能进入决赛。
These days getting a degree doesn't guarantee you a job.
如今获得学位并不能保证你有工作。
4.
~ (that)…
肯定…必然发生to be certain that sth will happen
You can guarantee (that) the children will start being naughty as soon as they have to go to bed.
可以肯定孩子一到上床睡觉时就不听话了。
5.
承诺对…负法律责任;为…作担保to agree to be legally responsible for sth or for doing sth, especially for paying back money that sb else owes if they cannot pay it back themselves
to guarantee a bank loan
为银行贷款作保
to guarantee to pay sb's debts
为偿还某人的债务作保
I guarantee that he will appear in court.
我保证他会出庭。
IDM
If we try to keep it a secret, she's guaranteed to find out.
如果我们试图保密,她肯定会发现。
That kind of behaviour is guaranteed to make him angry.
那样的行为肯定会让他生气。
be guaranteed to do sth
肯定会;必定会to be certain to have a particular result
If we try to keep it a secret, she's guaranteed to find out.
如果我们试图保密,她肯定会发现。
That kind of behaviour is guaranteed to make him angry.
那样的行为肯定会让他生气。

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