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VERB 确保；使必然发生 If one thing guarantees another, the first is certain to cause the second thing to happen.
Surplus resources alone do not guarantee growth.
...a man whose fame guarantees that his calls will nearly always be returned.
N-COUNT 保证 Something that is a guarantee of something else makes it certain that it will happen or that it is true.
A famous old name on a firm is not necessarily a guarantee of quality...
There is still no guarantee that a formula could be found.
VERB 保证…必定发生；承诺做；答应提供 If you guarantee something, you promise that it will definitely happen, or that you will do or provide it for someone.
Most states guarantee the right to free and adequate education...
All students are guaranteed campus accommodation for their first year...
N-COUNT 保修单 A guarantee is a written promise by a company to replace or repair a product free of charge if it has any faults within a particular time.
Whatever a guarantee says, when something goes wrong, you can still claim your rights from the shop...
It was still under guarantee.
VERB 为…提供质量保证；担保 If a company guarantees its product or work, they provide a guarantee for it.
Some builders guarantee their work...
All Dreamland's electric blankets are guaranteed for three years.
N-COUNT 担保金；担保物；抵押品 A guarantee is money or something valuable which you give to someone to show that you will do what you have promised.
Males between 18 and 20 had to leave a deposit as a guarantee of returning to do their military service.