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garant

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      nm/f   (=personne)   guarantor  
se porter garant de      to vouch for  
     (DROIT)   to be answerable for  
      nm   (=gage)   guarantee
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garantie, garantir, galant, gant

garant n.
guarantor ; guarantee
[Tech.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
guarantor
exp.
to vouch for
exp.
to be answerable for
[Leg.]
n.
secure program
[Comp.]
exp.
to guarantee sth
exp.
to vouch for sth
exp.
he plays the role of guarantor ; he backs him ; he acts as his backer
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'garant' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
garant
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garant
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garant
[Bus.]
n.
garant
[Bus.]
n.
garant
n.
garants
[Bus.]
n.
garant ; garante
[Bus.]
n.
garant ; esclave
n.
garant de caution
pr. part
se garant en double file
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"garant": examples and translations in context
« garant » Personne qui délivre une attestation d'isolation. () guarantor” means a person who gives a guarantee of isolation; ()
De cette alliance, Dieu lui-même se fit le fondement et le garant. God made himself the foundation and guarantor of this Covenant.
«La Commission ne saurait être le seul garant de l'intégrité du CER. 'The Commission should not be the sole guarantor of the ERC's integrity.
L'État se doit d'être garant de la morale autant que de la santé publique. The State should be the guarantor of morals as well as public health.
(2) Nul ne doit exiger de droit pour agir à titre de garant. 2001, chap. 21, art. 7. (2) No person shall charge a fee for acting as a guarantor. 2001, c. 21, s. 7.
Dans ce cas, c'est Dieu lui-même qui se porte garant de la situation de ce prochain. In this case God himself is the one to vouch for the neighbour's position.
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