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guarantee

verb [T] (PROMISE) 保證     /ˌɡær.ənˈtiː/
If a product is guaranteed, the company that made it promises to repair or change it if a fault develops within a particular period of time 保修;包換 The fridge is guaranteed for three years. 這個冰箱保修期是三年。 Making and breaking promises and commitments
to promise that something will happen or exist 保證;擔保;保障 [+ two objects] European Airlines guarantees its customers top-quality service. 歐洲航空公司保證為乘客提供最好的服務。 The label on this bread says it is guaranteed free of/from preservatives (= it contains no preservatives). 這種麵包的標籤上寫著保證不含防腐劑。 Making and breaking promises and commitments
If you guarantee someone's debt, you formally promise to accept the responsibility for that debt if the person fails to pay it. 為…作保;擔保;承諾對…負法律責任 InsuranceMaking and breaking promises and commitments
(Definition of guarantee verb (PROMISE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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