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- (countable) A guaranty is a formal promise that a product will be fixed or replaced or money will be repaid if it breaks or doesn't work.
- The phone is covered by a six-month guaranty on parts and labour.
- (countable) A guaranty is a formal promise that something will happen or be done.
- The builders will now give performance and completion guaranties and will cover the costs of any problems.
- Constitutional guaranties of freedom of speech are common in democracies.
- The plan only operates for five years, with no guaranty of continuation.
- (transitive) If you guaranty something, you promise to fixed or replace it or repay money if it breaks or doesn't work.
- All of our products are guarantied against defects in materials and workmanship for 3yrs from date of purchase.
- (transitive) If you guaranty something, you make a formal promise that something will happen or be done.
- the European Convention on Human Rights, guaranties the right to give and receive information.
- When you put your money with us, your savings are 100% guarantied.
- The Americans said they could not guaranty his safety in Iraqi airspace.
- If you go fishing with me, you're almost guarantied success.