Focus on the pronunciation of warrant
English definition of “warrant”
/ˈwɒrənt/ noun [C]
› FINANCE the right to buy a company's shares at a particular price by a particular date: The company has the right to exercise warrants for the stock, up to a maximum of 5% of the total shares outstanding.
› LAW a legal document that gives someone, for example, the police, the authority to do something: an arrest warrant → See also bond warrant, covered warrant, dividend warrant, share warrant, stock warrant, warehouse warrant