Definición de safeguard en inglés:

safeguard

Saltos de línea: safe|guard
Pronunciación: /ˈseɪfɡɑːd
 
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sustantivo

A measure taken to protect someone or something or to prevent something undesirable: the charity called for tougher safeguards to protect Britain’s remaining natural forests
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • What we would want are safeguards to prevent insurance companies getting access to the data and using it to make people pay more for their health insurance.
  • Those delays may impel companies to build up precautionary inventories as a safeguard against distribution disruptions.
  • Gilfillan says the engineers reports are just a precaution - a safeguard against an unknown future.
Sinónimos
protection, defence, guard, shelter, screen, buffer, preventive, precaution, prophylactic, provision, security, safety measure, surety, cover, insurance, indemnity

verbo

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Protect from harm or damage with an appropriate measure: a framework which safeguards employees from exploitation
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This leads to higher prices, which is always resented by those consumers whose jobs are not safeguarded through protection.
  • The welfare of the people is contingent upon preserving and safeguarding our national unity.
  • The minister saw our point and was quite enthusiastic about the idea provided the Government's financial situation was safeguarded.
Sinónimos
protect, afford protection to, shield, screen, defend, guard, keep safe, shelter; preserve, conserve, look after, save, secure

Origen

late Middle English (denoting protection or safe conduct): from Old French sauve garde, from sauve 'safe' + garde 'guard'. Compare with saggar.

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noun
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