English - Vietnamese Dictionary
guarantee /,gærən'ti:/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (pháp lý) sự bảo đảm, sự cam đoan; sự bảo lãnh
- (pháp lý) người bảo đảm, người bảo lãnh
- to be a guarantee for a friend's life story: làm người bảo đảm về lý lịch cho bạn
- to become guarantee for: đứng bảo lãnh cho
- (pháp lý) người được bảo lãnh
- (pháp lý) vật bảo đảm; giấy bảo đảm
- (thông tục) sự bảo đảm; sự dám chắc
- blue skies are not always a guarantee of fine weather: bầu trời xanh chưa chắc là thời tiết đã đẹp
- ngoại động từ
- bảo đảm, bảo lânh (cho ai, về vấn đề gì)
- (thông tục) hứa bảo đảm, cam đoan
+a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications
+a pledge that something will happen or that something is true
+a collateral agreement to answer for the debt of another in case that person defaults
+give surety or assume responsibility
+make certain of
+promise to do or accomplish
+stand behind and guarantee the quality, accuracy, or condition of
Advanced English Dictionary
1 guaranty, warranty, assurance, pledge, bond, obligation, promise; word (of honour), oath, undertaking:
The guarantee expires one month from the sell-by date. Have I your guarantee that this battery will last a year?
2 guaranty, warranty, assure, ensure, pledge, promise, undertake, stand behind, vouch for, certify, make sure or certain, swear to, attest to:
The manufacturer guarantees every car for three years or 50,000 miles.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a firm promise that you will do sth or that sth will happen: to give a guarantee of good behaviour + He gave me a guarantee that it would never happen again. + They are demanding certain guarantees before they sign the treaty.
2 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. + The watch is still under guarantee. + The television comes with a year's guarantee. + a money-back guarantee
3 ~ (of sth)
~ (that ...) something that makes sth else certain to happen: Career success is no guarantee of happiness. + There's no guarantee that she'll come (= she may not come).
4 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.
1 to promise to do sth; to promise sth will happen: [VN] Basic human rights, including freedom of speech, are now guaranteed. + [V (that)] We cannot guarantee (that) our flights will never be delayed. + [VNN] The ticket will guarantee you free entry. + [V to inf] We guarantee to deliver your goods within a week.
2 [VN] ~ sth (against sth) to give a written promise to replace or repair a product free of charge if it goes wrong: This iron is guaranteed for a year against faulty workmanship.
3 to make sth certain to happen: [VN] Tonight's victory guarantees the team's place in the final. + [VNN] These days getting a degree doesn't guarantee you a job.
4 [V (that)] 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.
5 to agree to be legally responsible for sth or for doing sth: [VN] to guarantee a bank loan + [V to inf] to guarantee to pay sb's debts + [V that] I guarantee that he will appear in court.
Idioms: be guaranteed to do sth to be certain to have a particular result: If we try to keep it a secret, she's guaranteed to find out. + That kind of behaviour is guaranteed to make him angry.
1 written promise by a company
full | lifetime, three-year, two-year, etc. | money-back
VERB + GUARANTEE
carry, come with, have
All our products come with a two-year guarantee.
| give (sb), issue, offer (sb)
The car is still under guarantee, so you should be able to get it repaired free of charge.
| ~ against
The window frames carry a 20-year guarantee against rot or decay.
| ~ for
The garage gives a year's guarantee for all repair work.
| ~ on
The contractors offer a full money-back guarantee on all their work.
2 promise that sth will be done/will happen
absolute, cast-iron, firm, reliable | long-term | constitutional, personal
The country gives a constitutional guarantee of the rights of minorities.
VERB + GUARANTEE
give (sb), offer (sb), provide (sb with) | demand, want | get
We didn't get any firm guarantee of a loan.
There was no guarantee against misuse of the king's power.
| ~ for
The demonstrators were demanding guarantees for fair elections.
| ~ of
Driving into town early is no longer a guarantee of getting a parking space. verb
1 promise to do sth/promise sth will happen
I can absolutely guarantee that you will enjoy the show.
I personally guarantee total and immediate support in all measures undertaken.
VERB + GUARANTEE
be able to, can
2 give a written promise about the quality of sth
be fully guaranteed
All our electrical goods are fully guaranteed.
3 make sth certain to happen
absolutely | almost, practically, virtually | effectively
The complicated electoral system effectively guarantees the president's re-election.
The process of training and qualification does not automatically guarantee you a job.
| by no means, not necessarily
The outcome is by no means guaranteed.
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