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Definition of guarantying in English Turkish dictionary

guarantee
garanti

O, kölelerinin özgürlüğünü garantiledi. - He guaranteed his slaves' freedom.

Onların şirket garantisi otuz gündür. - Their company guarantee is for thirty days.

guarantee
güvence

Başarımız güvence altındadır. - Our success is guaranteed.

Tom hiç güvence vermiyor. - Tom's not making any guarantees.

guaranty
garanti
guarantee
kefalet
guarantee
{f} garantiye almak
guarantee
kefil

O, benim borcuma kefil oldu. - He guaranteed my debt.

Babam borçlarım için kefil oldu. - My father stood guarantee for my debts.

guarantee
güvence altına almak
guarantee
teminat altına almak
guarantee
(Osmanlıca) tekeffül etmek
guarantee
inanca
guarantee
(Kanun) tekeffül
guarantee
garantilemek
guarantee
kefalet etmek
guarantee
kalıbını basmak
guarantee
garantı
guarantee
taahhüt etmek
guarantee
garanti altına alma
guarantee
kefillik
guarantee
(Kanun) kişisel teminat
guarantee
güvence vermek
guarantee
garantör
guarantee
garanti altına almak
guarantee
senet vermek
guarantee
(Kanun) garanti vermek
guaranty
rehin
guaranty
(Ticaret) emniyet
guaranty
(Ticaret) temin etmek
guaranty
(Ticaret) kefil olmak
guarantee
teminat

Ezbere öğrenme sınavları geçmenizde fayda sağlayabilir ama konuyu gerçekten anlayacağınızın teminatı değildir. - Rote learning might help you to pass exams, but it's no guarantee that you'll really understand the subject matter.

ABD'de din özgürlüğü Haklar Bildirisinin teminatlarından biridir. - In the U.S., freedom of religion is one of the guarantees of the Bill of Rights.

guarantee
kefil olmak
guarantee
(neyinse olacağına) söz vermek
guarantee
garanti etmek
guarantee
{f} garanti et

Henüz onu garanti etmezdim. - I wouldn't guarantee it yet.

Onlara başarıyı garanti etmiyorum. - I'm not guaranteeing them success.

guaranty
teminat
guaranty
kefalet
guaranty
güvence
guarantee
garantisi
guarantee
garantiye
guarantee
kefil ol/garanti ver
guarantee
söz vermek
guarantee
teminât

Ezbere öğrenme sınavları geçmenizde fayda sağlayabilir ama konuyu gerçekten anlayacağınızın teminatı değildir. - Rote learning might help you to pass exams, but it's no guarantee that you'll really understand the subject matter.

ABD'de din özgürlüğü Haklar Bildirisinin teminatlarından biridir. - In the U.S., freedom of religion is one of the guarantees of the Bill of Rights.

guarantee
{f} teminât vermek
guarantee
kefil/teminat/garanti
guaranty
{i} kefil
guaranty
garanti etmek
guaranty
i., huk. garanti
English - English

Definition of guarantying in English English dictionary

guarantee
To assure that something will get done right
guarantee
Anything that assures a certain outcome

Can you give me a guarantee that he will be fit for the match?.

guarantee
A written declaration that a certain product will be fit for a purpose and work correctly

The cooker comes with a 5-year guarantee.

guaranty
An assurance or guarantee
guaranty
Obsolete spelling of guarantee
guaranty
An undertaking to answer for the payment of some debt, or the performance of some contract or duty, of another, in case of the failure of such other to pay or perform; a warranty; a security
guarantee
{v} to warrant, to undertake for the performance of an agreement
guaranty
{n} one who warrants or is bound for the fulfilment of a stipulation
guaranty
{n} the act of warranting or undertaking to see stipulations performed
guarantee
In general, a contract between the operating system and a resource consumer (thread, application, user, etc ) promising that the consumer will receive a guaranteed level of service with respect to some resource for the duration of the reservation In this dissertation the resource being guaranteed is always CPU time Guarantees are considered to be long-lived entities (i e lasting for seconds, minutes, or longer) when compared to the amount of time between scheduling decisions (i e milliseconds)
guarantee
make certain of; "This nest egg will ensure a nice retirement for us"; "Preparation will guarantee success!"
guarantee
A person who gives such a guarantee; a guarantor
guarantee
{i} security; warranty; pledge; assurance
guarantee
The assumption of responsibility for payment of a debt or performance of some obligation if the liable party fails to perform to expectations
guarantee
pledge by a third party to repay a loan if the borrower cannot A personal guarantee is when you personally guarantee an obligation for your business
guarantee
a written undertaking to cover all or part of any funding shortfall resulting from a borrower's failure to meet their commitments e g failure to make loan repayments (see also: Sovereign Guarantee)
guarantee
A legally binding promise by one person that will ensure that another person carries out their legal obligations This differs from guarantees ( see warranties) given when goods are sold •Businesses
guarantee
a collateral agreement to answer for the debt of another in case that person defaults give surety or assume responsibility; "I vouch for the quality of my products"
guarantee
An agreement to obligate oneself for the debt of another A guarantee by an individual is called a personal guarantee; and by a corporation, a corporate guarantee The guarantor is obliged to pay the obligation in the event of a default by the entity being guaranteed A guarantee is not a standard requirement, but is required by policy under certain circumstances (less than three years in business) and from time to time by the credit officer charged with approval or rejection of a transaction
guarantee
a guarantee is essentially a promise by one person to another that something either will or will not happen A guarantee for a debt, for example, is a promise by one person (the guarantor) that if a party to a contract defaults in some way then the guarantor will for example pay a sum of money to the other party to the contract The most common form of guarantee, however, is that given by the producer of goods, that those goods will continue to perform the function for which they were purchased for a certain period of time, failing which they will be replaced or the purchaser's money refunded
guarantee
a pledge that something will happen or that something is true; "there is no guarantee that they are not lying"
guarantee
a collateral agreement to answer for the debt of another in case that person defaults
guarantee
{f} vouch for; give a guarantee; give a warranty; promise, assure
guarantee
promise to do or accomplish; "guarantee to free the prisoners"
guarantee
Same as Guaranty
guarantee
A financially binding guaranty assuring that an obligation or contractual agreement will be fulfilled by the guarantor
guarantee
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
guarantee
A promise or assurance as to the quality or durability of a product or service
guarantee
In law and common usage: to undertake or engage for the payment of (a debt) or the performance of (a duty) by another person; to undertake to secure (a possession, right, claim, etc
guarantee
a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications
guarantee
1 n An assurance that a product or service will be provided at an agreed-upon time and/or meet stated specifications, often with a promise that the purchaser will be reimbursed if the product or service fails to meet the
guarantee
1 An enforceable warranty on the continuing usefulness of a product 2 An agreement by a third party to a loan transaction to join in the transaction and to be held liable for the moneys secured by the loan instrument should the principal debtor fail to pay
guarantee
(Otomotiv) A promise by the manufacturer to fix or replace a specific part if it doesn't last for a specific time period or distance. See also warranty
guarantee
The person to whom a guaranty is made; the correlative of guarantor
guarantee
A credit enhancement that allows a lender to share some or most of the risk of loan default with another entity
guarantee
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
guarantee
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 We guarantee that you will find a community with which to socialise We guarantee to refund your money if you are not delighted with your purchase. a guaranteed income of £3.6 million. Guarantee is also a noun. The Editor can give no guarantee that they will fulfil their obligations California's state Constitution includes a guarantee of privacy
guarantee
A form of security for a loan where someone else promises / guarantees to repay the loan if the borrower defaults This is a poor form of security because of the bad publicity for the lender if the guarantee has to be exercised
guarantee
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
guarantee
To make something certain
guarantee
stand behind and guarantee the quality, accuracy, or condition of; "The dealer warrants all the cars he sells"; "I warrant this information"
guarantee
stand behind and guarantee the quality, accuracy, or condition of; "The dealer warrants all the cars he sells"; "I warrant this information
guarantee
1 An enforceable warranty on the continuing usefulness of a product, 2 An agreement by a third party to a loan transaction to join in the transaction and to be held liable for the moneys secured by the loan instrument should the principal debtor fail to pay
guarantee
One who binds himself to see an undertaking of another performed; a guarantor
guarantee
In law and common usage: A promise to answer for the payment of some debt, or the performance of some duty, in case of the failure of another person, who is, in the first instance, liable to such payment or performance; an engagement which secures or insures another against a contingency; a warranty; a security
guarantee
give surety or assume responsibility; "I vouch for the quality of my products"
guarantee
To insure a loan and agree to pay the holder if the borrower default Federal Stafford Loans are guaranteed by numerous state and national agencies on behalf of the federal government Private loans are guaranteed by private guarantee agencies
guarantee
assurance
guarantee
To assure the performance of a product, usually within specified conditions
guarantee
a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications a pledge that something will happen or that something is true; "there is no guarantee that they are not lying"
guarantee
A conditional legal obligation, as defined in an agreement by and between a guarantor and a lender, for the guarantor to reimburse the lender for some portion of a loan that is not repaid by the borrower due to default, death, disability, bankruptcy, borrower ineligibility, false certification of borrower eligibility, or school closure
guarantee
A legally enforceable promise to become liable for the debt of another Most bank loans to corporations are backed by the personal guarantee of the shareholder's of the corporation If the corporation defaults on the debt, the shareholders are then personally liable to pay the debt on behalf of the corporation
guarantee
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
guarantee
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
guarantee
to another against a specified contingency, or at all events; to give a guarantee concerning; to engage, assure, or secure as a thing that may be depended on; to warrant; as, to guarantee the execution of a treaty
guarantee
a promise to pay a debt if the borrower fails; the government or guaranty agency guarantees student loans make by banks
guarantee
1 An enforceable warranty on the continuing usefulness of a product
guarantee
pledge by a third party to repay a loan if the borrower cannot A special case is a PERSONAL guarantee in which you personally guarantee an obligation
guarantee
A promise by one party to pay a debt or perform an obligation contracted by another if the original party fails to pay or perform according to a contract
guarantee
A formal assurance to the lender that the loan will be repaid either by the borrower or, upon default, by the guaranty agency
guarantee
To assume responsibility for a debt
guarantee
a written undertaking to cover all or part of any financial shortfall resulting from a borrower's failure to meet their commitments e g failure to make loan repayments
guaranty
Agreement whereby the guarantor agrees to pay the debt or perform the obligation of another who fails to do so Differs from la surety agreement in that there must be a failure to pay or perform before the guaranty can be in effect
guaranty
A promise by one party to pay a debt or perform an obligation contracted by another if the original party fails to pay or perform according to a contract
guaranty
A pledge made by one person (the guarantor) to ensure that another person (the obligor) will fulfill an obligation to a third party (the obligee) Back to Top
guaranty
Legal arrangement involving a promise by one person to perform the obligations of a second person to a third person, in the event the second person fails to perform Top of Page
guaranty
Obligates either an individual or a company to be responsible for repayment of the transaction in the event of default
guaranty
A promise by a third party to repay a loan in the event the primary borrower fails to do so
guaranty
an assurance provided by one party that another party will perform under a contract
guaranty
{f} vouch for; give a guarantee; give a warranty; promise, assure
guaranty
A written promise by one party to pay a debt or perform an obligation contracted by another if the original Payor fails to pay or perform as contracted e g , a parent may guarantee payments owed by a son or daughter
guaranty
In law and common usage: An undertaking to answer for the payment of some debt, or the performance of some contract or duty, of another, in case of the failure of such other to pay or perform; a guarantee; a warranty; a security
guaranty
A pledge made by one person (the guarantor) to ensure that another person (the obligor) will fulfill an obligation to a third party (the obligee)
guaranty
Agreement to pay the debt or perform the obligation of another in the event the debt is not paid or obligation is not performed
guaranty
Agreement to pay the debt or perform the obligationof another in the event the debt is not paid or obligation not performed Differs from a surety agreement in that there must be a failure to pay or perform before the guaranty can be in effect
guaranty
See Guarantee, v
guaranty
Agreement to pay the debt or perform the obligation of another in the event the debt is not paid or obligation not performed Differs from a surety agreement in that there must be a failure to pay or perform before the guaranty can be in effect BACK TO TOP
guaranty
A legal document obligating a third party other than the borrower for repayment of a loan
guaranty
At times, business owners (especially in the case of proprietorships, partnerships, closely-held corporations, or small businesses), may be required to personally guarantee a leasing transaction In these cases, the appropriate party(s) will acknowledge his or her Guarantee on a separate Guaranty form, or in a separate Guaranty section of the Lease Agreement itself At other times, a business may be a subsidiary of, or owned wholly, or in part by, another business Depending on the circumstances, the Lessee's Parent company may be required to guarantee a leasing transaction [to top]
guaranty
{i} security; warranty; pledge; assurance
guaranty
1 A promise to be responsible for the debt, default or miscarriage of another; a warranty or promise to undertake an original obligation; something given security for the performance of an act or the continued quality of a thing
guaranty
A pledge by a third party to assume the obligation of another
guaranty
A promise by one part to pay a debt or perform an obligation contracted by another if the original party fails to pay or perform according to a contract
guaranty
In law and common usage: To undertake or engage that another person shall perform (what he has stipulated); to undertake to be answerable for (the debt or default of another); to engage to answer for the performance of (some promise or duty by another) in case of a failure by the latter to perform; to undertake to secure (something) to another, as in the case of a contingency
guaranty
A written promise by one party to perform some duty or pay a debt if another party should fail to do so
guaranty
an agreement by a party other than the borrower to repay a loan if the borrower does not
guaranty
Something serving as a security for such an undertaking
guaranty
a collateral agreement to answer for the debt of another in case that person defaults
guaranty
Common misspelling of guarantee
guaranty
A written promise by one party to fulfill an obligation or to repay a debt if another party should fail to do so Insurable Value: The value of the leased equipment or property that is to be insured by an individual or organization that has leased the equipment or property Interim Rate: A charge for the use of equipment or property from its date of delivery and acceptance up to the commencement date of the actual lease agreement
guaranty
A promise to pay a debt incurred by another person
guaranty
A contract to see performed what another has undertaken
guaranty
A promise by one party to pay a debt or perform an obligation contracted by another in the event that the original obligor fails to pay or perform as contracted A guaranty is usually distinguished from insurance primarily by the absence of the payment of any premium
guaranty
Agreement whereby the guarantor undertakes collaterally to assure satisfaction of the debt of another or perform the obligation of another if and when the debtor fails to do so Differs from a surety agreement in that there is a separate and distinct contract rather than a joint undertaking with the principal See also "Guarantor"
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