Translation of safeguard in Spanish:

safeguard

salvaguarda, n.

Pronunciation /ˈseɪfɡɑːd//ˈseɪfˌɡɑrd/

noun

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    salvaguarda feminine
    garantía feminine
    safeguard against sth garantía / salvaguarda contra algo
    • as a safeguard como medida preventiva
    • Here in the United States, are safeguards being taken to prevent privately owned planes from being used by terrorists to carry explosives or even biological weapons?
    • The responsibility of parents can only be restricted under a court order, providing a safeguard against overzealous intervention by local authorities.
    • The new chief executive of the Yorkshire health trust which fiddled its waiting lists for years promised yesterday that new safeguards would prevent anything like it happening again.
    • The fund, a reserve created as a safeguard against a sharp drop in oil prices, held $18.6 billion at the end of December.
    • The notion of checks and balances as a safeguard against tyranny is something that I think can have applicability all around the world.
    • Living in today's world we need safeguards and security measures in place to protect your company records and files.
    • Fayad has also introduced safeguards to prevent international aid money from being diverted from terrorists.
    • It is knowing this about human nature that we set up safeguards to prevent us from being our worst.
    • Both organizations have threatened public protests if they feel the commission has not put proper safeguards in place to prevent election fraud.
    • For Ungaretti, this classical perspective would always be a safeguard against solipsism and aesthetic decadence.
    • However, he is confident that the structured way that the skills are taught in Newry should act as a safeguard against bullying.
    • 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.
    • He said there could and should be safeguards to prevent anyone tampering with their computer code before and after voting.
    • Gilfillan says the engineers reports are just a precaution - a safeguard against an unknown future.
    • Accordingly, within your responsible service of alcohol policy you must develop safeguards to prevent the theft of your alcoholic beverage inventory.
    • There were safeguards in place to prevent children being given double doses of vaccines but there was always potential for occasional errors in a ‘complicated system’.
    • Consumers can boycott retail establishments that have poor safety records or that clearly lack safeguards to prevent violence.
    • The framers of the law established safeguards to prevent unscrupulous partisans from using soldiers' votes to manipulate the outcome of elections.
    • Those delays may impel companies to build up precautionary inventories as a safeguard against distribution disruptions.
    • Commission a study group to see if we can spin it as a safeguard against terrorism for citizens.

transitive verb

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    salvaguardar
    defender
    proteger

intransitive verb

to safeguard against

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    proteger contra