In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Comercio(producto) to guarantee(producto) to warrant EEUUse lo garantizamos por tres años — we give you a three-year guarantee / warranty
2.1Derecho(garante) to guarantee(garante) to act as guarantor for(garante) to stand surety for
2.2(asegurar)to guaranteete garantizo que no volverá a ocurrir — I guarantee / I give you my word that it won't happen again
- ¿me garantiza que estará terminado para esa fecha? — can you guarantee that it will be finished by that date?
- nuestro sistema garantiza la frescura de los productos — our system ensures / guarantees the freshness of the products
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