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Translation of "assure" - English-Spanish dictionary

assure

verb   /əˈʃɔːr/ ( present participle assuring, past tense and past participle assured)
to stop someone from worrying by telling them that something is certain asegurar She assured me that she would be safe.
(Definition of assure from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

assure

verb /əˈʃuə/
to tell positively asegurar I assured him (that) the repairs would be completed on time.
to make (someone) sure asegurar, garantizar You may be assured that we shall do all we can to help.
assurance noun
confidence seguridad She had an air of assurance about her.
a promise garantía, promesa, palabra de honor He gave me his assurance that he would help.
insurance seguro life assurance.
assured adjective
certain and confident seguro an assured young woman.
(Definition of assure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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