Is it guaranteed or guarantee?
ANSWER: Guarantee, the broader and more common term, is both a verb and a noun. The narrower term, guaranty, today appears mostly in banking and other financial contexts; it seldom appears in nonlegal writing. Guarantee, vb.
What is an example of guarantee?
As a noun, guarantee is “an agreement assuming responsibility to perform, execute, or complete something and offering security for that agreement.” As a verb, it can assure someone that you have confidence in your product or service. For example: I guarantee that you’ll love this product or you’ll get your money back!
How do you spell guarantee correctly?
verb (used with object), guar·an·teed, guar·an·tee·ing. to secure, as by giving or taking security: A credit card guarantees your reservation at the hotel. to make oneself answerable for (something) on behalf of someone else who is primarily responsible: to guarantee the fulfillment of a contract.