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Translation of "security" - English-Polish dictionary

security

noun [U]     /sɪˈkjʊərəti/
BEING SAFE
B1 the things that are done to keep someone or something safe środki bezpieczeństwa, bezpieczeństwo airport/national security a security alarmSafe and secureProtection and protectorsEnvironmental issues
SAFE SITUATION
when something is not likely to fail or be lost bezpieczeństwo, pewność financial security job security Safe and secure
CONFIDENCE
confidence about yourself and the situation that you are in poczucie bezpieczeństwa the security of a long-term relationship →  Opposite insecurity (insecure) Confidence and self-assuranceShowing arrogance and conceit
BORROWING
something valuable that you offer to give someone when you borrow money if you cannot pay the money back zabezpieczenie →  See also social security Borrowing, lending and debt
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