Word: assure

Category: assure

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Related words: assure

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Synonyms: assure

reassure, convince, satisfy, persuade, guarantee, promise, tell, affirm, pledge, swear, vow, ensure, secure, seal, clinch, confirm, sew up, control, check, see, insure, ascertain

Translations: assure

spanish
garantir, asegurar, afianzar


german
versprechen, sichern, zusichern, versichern, sicherstellen

french
assurez, gager, assurer, affirmer, rassurer, ...

italian
rassicurare, garantire, assicurare

portuguese
assegurar, assegure, confirmar

dutch
betuigen, beveiligen, verzekeren, assureren, waarborgen

russian
разубеждать, гарантировать, заверять, обнадеживать, переубедить, ...

norwegian
sikre

swedish
garantera

finnish
varmistaa, katsoa, koettaa, taata, tarkistaa, ...

danish
forsikre, love

czech
zabezpečit, uklidnit, ujišťovat, zajistit, zaručit

polish
zabezpieczyć, gwarantować, zapewniać, ubezpieczać, twierdzić, ...

hungarian
biztosíthatom, biztosítani, biztosítása, biztosítják, biztosítsa

turkish
sağlamak, sağlamlaştırmak

greek
διαβεβαιώνω, βεβαιώνω

ukrainian
упевнити, переконати, гарантувати, запевнити

albanian
siguroj

bulgarian
уверявам, уверя, осигури, гарантира

belarusian
гарантаваць

estonian
tagama

croatian
osigurati, uvjeriti, uvjeravati, obećati

icelandic
tryggja, fullvissa, að tryggja, fullvissað, tryggja að

lithuanian
tikrinti

latvian
apsolīt

macedonian
уверам, уверувам, уверуваме, се обезбеди, обезбеди

romanian
asigura

slovenian
zagotavljam, Zagotavljamo, zagotovim

slovak
uistiť, byť istý, ubezpečiť, zabezpečiť, presvedčiť

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The meaning and "use of": assure

verb
  • tell someone something positively or confidently to dispel any doubts they may have.
  • make (something) certain to happen.

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