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warrants is the plural of warrant

 

About Plural and Feminine

Plural is a grammatical number, typically referring to more than one of the referent in the real world. In the English language, singular and plural are the only grammatical numbers.
Examples of plural forms: car - cars, boat - boats, house - houses, friend - friends.

warrant  Verb
  1. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: garantizar, certificar, garantir
    English Synonyms of "warrant": certify, authenticate, certificate, confirm formally as true, ensure, guarantee, insure, secure, vouch, vouch for
    Define meaning of "warrant": Stand behind and guarantee the quality, accuracy, or condition of.
  2. The dealer warrants all the cars he sells.
    I warrant this information.

  3. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: justificar
    English Synonyms of "warrant": account for, endorse, explain away, justify, substantiate
    Define meaning of "warrant": Show to be reasonable or provide adequate ground for.
  4. The emergency does not warrant all of us buying guns.
    The end justifies the means.

  5. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: autorizar, conceder permiso a
    English Synonyms of "warrant": permit, allow, authorize, give permission to, grant permission to
    Define meaning of "warrant": Consent to, give permission.

  6. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: avalar
    English Synonyms of "warrant": stand security

warrant  Noun
  1. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: autorización, autorización legal, autorizamiento, carta de comisión
    English Synonyms of "warrant": authorization, permission, permit, approval, warranty, fiat, sanction
    Define meaning of "warrant": Formal and explicit approval.
  2. A Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement.

  3. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: afianzamiento, caución
    English Synonyms of "warrant": guarantee, warranty, bail, bond, security, bailment, surety, suretyship
    Define meaning of "warrant": A written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications.

  4. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: recibo de depósito, comprobante
    English Synonyms of "warrant": voucher, deposit receipt, depositary receipt
    Define meaning of "warrant": A document that serves as evidence of some expenditure.

  5. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: auto judicial, mandamiento judicial, orden judicial
    English Synonyms of "warrant": mandate, court order, resolution from a court of law, judicial decree, proceedings, writ, judicial order
    Define meaning of "warrant": Resolution from a court of law. ; A writ from a court commanding police to perform specified acts.

  6. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: derecho de adquisición de acciones
    Define meaning of "warrant": A type of security issued by a corporation (usually together with a bond or preferred stock) that gives the holder the right to purchase a certain amount of common stock at a stated price.

Verb Conjugation for "warrant"
Gerund:warranting
Past Participle:warranted

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Conceptually-related expressions of "warrants"
warrant  Verb
  1. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: garantizar, certificar, garantir
    English Synonyms of "warrant": certify, authenticate, certificate, confirm formally as true, ensure, guarantee, insure, secure, vouch, vouch for
    Define meaning of "warrant": Stand behind and guarantee the quality, accuracy, or condition of.
  2. The dealer warrants all the cars he sells.
    I warrant this information.

  3. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: justificar
    English Synonyms of "warrant": account for, endorse, explain away, justify, substantiate
    Define meaning of "warrant": Show to be reasonable or provide adequate ground for.
  4. The emergency does not warrant all of us buying guns.
    The end justifies the means.

  5. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: autorizar, conceder permiso a
    English Synonyms of "warrant": permit, allow, authorize, give permission to, grant permission to
    Define meaning of "warrant": Consent to, give permission.

  6. Translate "warrant" to Spanish: avalar
    English Synonyms of "warrant": stand security

Verb Conjugation for "warrant"
Gerund:warranting
Past Participle:warranted

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Conceptually-related expressions of "warrants"

 

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