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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “guarantee”

guarantee

noun
 
 
/ˌɡær.ənˈtiː/
[C or U] a promise that something will be done or will happen, especially a written promise by a company to repair or change a product that develops a fault within a particular period of time
保證,擔保;(尤指公司保證對產品保修或包退的)保修單,包換單
The system costs £99.95 including postage, packing and a 12-month guarantee.
包括郵資、包裝費用,該系統價格共計99.95英鎊,保用12個月。
The video recorder comes with/has a two-year guarantee.
這台錄像機保修期為兩年。
a money-back guarantee
退款保證
[+ that] The United Nations has demanded a guarantee from the army that food convoys will not be attacked.
聯合國要求這支軍隊保證不攻擊護送糧食的車隊。
[+ (that)] There is no guarantee (that) the discussions will lead to a deal.
商談不一定能達成任何協議。
A product as good as that is a guarantee of commercial success (= It is certain to be successful).
那樣好的產品質量就是成功獲利的保證。
The shop said they would replace the television as it was still under guarantee.
商店說會給我們退換那台電視機,因為它還沒有過包退期。
Official documents
[C] a formal agreement to take responsibility for something, such as the payment of someone else's debt
擔保
Making and breaking promises and commitments
[C] specialized something valuable which you give to someone temporarily while you do what you promised to do for them, and which they will keep if you fail to do it
擔保物;抵押品
Making and breaking promises and commitments
(Definition of guarantee noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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