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"warranty" in American English

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warrantynoun [C/U]

us   /ˌwɑr·ənˈti, ˌwɔr-/
a written promise by a company to repair or replace a product that breaks within a fixed period of time or do again a piece of work that is not satisfactory: [C] a five-year warranty [U] I’ve had problems with the car, but it’s still under warranty.
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"warranty" in British English

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warrantynoun [C]

uk   /ˈwɒr.ən.ti/ us   /ˈwɔːr.ən.t̬i/
a written promise from a company to repair or replace a product that develops a fault within a particular period of time, or to do a piece of work again if it is not satisfactory: The warranty covers the car mechanically for a year, with unlimited mileage.
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"warranty" in Business English

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warrantynoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈwɒrənti/ us   plural warranties COMMERCE, LAW
a written promise from a company or a person to repair or replace a product that you buy from them if it develops a fault within a fixed period of time: under warranty The laptop can be repaired for free if it's still under warranty. a manufacturer's/one-year warranty warranty claim/period/terms
(Definition of warranty from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “warranty”
in Chinese (Simplified) (商品的)保修单,保修卡…
in Turkish garanti, garanti belgesi…
in Russian гарантия…
in Chinese (Traditional) (商品的)保用單,保用卡…
in Polish gwarancja…
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