In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Comercioguaranteewarrantytiene dos años de garantía — it has a two-year guarantee / warranty
- estar bajo / en garantía — to be under guarantee / warranty
2.2River Plate Derecho
3(seguridad, aval)guaranteesu presencia es una garantía de paz — their presence is a guarantee of peace
- no ofrece garantías para el inversor — it does not offer any security for the investor
- ¿qué garantía(s) tengo yo de que va a cumplir con su palabra? — what guarantee do I have that he will keep his word?
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