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Translation of "guarantee" - English-Korean dictionary

guarantee

verb   /ˌɡær·ənˈtiː/ ( present participle guaranteeing, past tense and past participle guaranteed)
to promise that something is true or will happen 보장하다 We can’t guarantee that it will arrive in time.
If a company guarantees a product, it promises to repair it or give you a new one if it has a fault. 보증하다 The TV is guaranteed for twelve months.
(Definition of guarantee verb from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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