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safeguard
American English: /ˈseɪfˌɡɑrd/
British English: /ˈseɪfɡɑːd/

Translation of safeguard in Spanish:

noun

  • safeguard against something
    garantía or salvaguarda contra algo
    as a safeguard
    como medida preventiva
    Example sentences
    • 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.

intransitive verb

  • to safeguard against something
    proteger contra algo

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