Definitions of "guarantee"
  1. A pledge that a certain condition will be met or fulfilled
  2. A commitment made by one entity to ensure another's ability to hold or enjoy a certain thing
  3. A pledge about the quality or expected duration of use of a product being sold, often accompanied by a promise of refund
How to use "guarantee" in a sentence
  1. The seller provided a one-year guarantee with the car, promising to cover any mechanical issues within that timeframe.
  2. The security deposit serves as a guarantee that the tenant will not cause damage to the property.
  3. As part of their customer service, the store offered a guarantee of full reimbursement if the purchased item did not last for at least six months.

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