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Gaurentee vs. Guarantee: Decoding the Right Spelling

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Edited by Hifza Nasir || By Dua Fatima || Published on March 7, 2024
Gaurentee is incorrect spelling while guarantee is correct, meaning a formal assurance that certain conditions will be fulfilled.
Gaurentee vs. Guarantee

Which is correct: Gaurentee or Guarantee

How to spell Guarantee?

Gaurentee is Incorrect

Guarantee is Correct

How to remember correct spelling of Guarantee?

Think of the phrase "guarantee a win," emphasizing the "win" sound in the correct spelling.
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Associate the word "guarantee" with "warranty," both offer assurance and have an "a" after the first letter.
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Remember that "guarantee" has the word "tee" at the end, like the tee you place a golf ball on, not "tee" at the beginning.
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Note that "guarantee" starts with "gua" like "guard," both providing some form of protection.
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Break it down phonetically: "gwa-ron-tee," to remember the order of vowels.
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How to use Guarantee correctly in a sentence?

Incorrect: I can't gaurentee success, but with hard work, it's more likely.
Correct: I can't guarantee success, but with hard work, it's more likely.
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Incorrect: This product comes with a one-year gaurentee.
Correct: This product comes with a one-year guarantee.
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Incorrect: I need your gaurentee that you'll be on time.
Correct: I need your guarantee that you'll be on time.
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Incorrect: They gaurentee that the package will arrive by Thursday.
Correct: They guarantee that the package will arrive by Thursday.
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Incorrect: Without a gaurentee, I'm not comfortable making a deal.
Correct: Without a guarantee, I'm not comfortable making a deal.
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Guarantee Definitions

A pledge ensuring that specific terms are met.
The company offers a money-back guarantee if you're not satisfied with the product.
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A legal term describing a promise to be responsible for another's debt or contractual performance if that party defaults.
The parent company provided a guarantee for its subsidiary's loans.
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A promise or assurance, particularly one given in writing, that attests to the quality or durability of a product or service.
The warranty provides a guarantee against defects for 12 months.
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Something serving as security for a commitment or obligation.
His strong work ethic is a guarantee of his reliability.
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An assurance that another's action or behavior will occur as promised.
He gave me a guarantee he would take care of the issue by tomorrow.
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Guarantee Example Sentences

Mom says her chocolate chip cookie recipe is a guarantee for a smile.
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The zoo has a weather guarantee for any rainy day visits.
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My guarantee is my promise, and I won't break it.
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I can't give a guarantee that I'll win, but I'll do my best.
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Our teacher gave us a guarantee that we'll love the new book.
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The magic show has a fun guarantee!
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We offer a 30-day guarantee on all our toys.
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Can you give me a guarantee that you'll be careful?
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With hard work, success isn't a guarantee, but it's more possible.
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There's no guarantee that keeping a secret will be easy.
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Dad's guarantee was that he would teach us to ride a bike.
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With a guarantee, I feel more confident in trying new things.
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There's no guarantee we'll see a rainbow, even after rain.
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The guarantee on my video game ensures it'll work perfectly.
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A snow day isn't a guarantee, even if it's super cold.
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Guarantee Phrases

Empty guarantee

A promise that gives the illusion of assurance but lacks substance or likelihood of fulfillment.
They offered an empty guarantee, but I knew they couldn't deliver on those big promises.
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Guarantee against the grain

Doing something with assurance even though it's unconventional or against popular opinion.
She took the project in a unique direction, a guarantee against the grain, and it was a huge success.
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Guarantee in the shadows

A hidden or not immediately obvious assurance.
There's a guarantee in the shadows of this deal; you just have to know where to look.
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Guarantee of greatness

A sure promise that something will be successful or of high quality.
Her extensive experience and talent are her guarantee of greatness in this competition.
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A guarantee under the sun

An assurance that covers every possible scenario.
This travel insurance offers every guarantee under the sun, from lost luggage to medical emergencies.
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Riding on a guarantee

Depending on a promise or assurance for a particular outcome.
They're riding on a guarantee that the supplier won’t raise prices before the holidays.
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Winds of guarantee

Changes that bring about promises or assurances.
The winds of guarantee are blowing; it seems they’re about to announce the policy changes we’ve been promised.
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Cast-iron guarantee

An absolute, unbreakable promise.
He gave me a cast-iron guarantee that the car would be ready by Friday.
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Guarantee without borders

An assurance with no limitations.
The new policy is a guarantee without borders, covering all sorts of unexpected situations.
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Golden guarantee

A highly valuable or highly assured promise.
The artist's reputation was a golden guarantee of the exhibition's success.
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Dawn's guarantee

A new assurance that comes after a period of uncertainty or difficulty.
After months of negotiation, the dawn's guarantee finally arrived with the new contract.
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Jester’s guarantee

A frivolous or non-serious promise, not meant to be taken seriously.
He’s known for making extravagant bets; it’s just a jester’s guarantee.
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Guarantee through the grapevine

A promise or assurance learned indirectly, especially rumors or unofficial information.
I heard a guarantee through the grapevine that bonuses would be exceptional this year.
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Guarantee in hand

Having a certain assurance or certainty before taking action.
I won’t sign anything without a guarantee in hand from their manager.
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Threadbare guarantee

A promise or assurance that has been overused or relied on too often and is therefore no longer convincing.
Their money-back offer seemed like a threadbare guarantee after reading all the exceptions.
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Guarantee of the old school

A traditional, perhaps outdated assurance.
He’s a handshake deal kind of guy, a guarantee of the old school.
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Whispered guarantee

A secret or discreet assurance, often given privately.
The CEO gave a whispered guarantee that there would be no layoffs this year.
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Mirror guarantee

A reciprocal promise or assurance, where one is given in return for another.
I’ll deliver the project on time, but I need a mirror guarantee that the payment will be prompt.
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Echoing guarantee

A repeated promise or assurance, often heard from different sources.
There’s an echoing guarantee of quality from several independent reviews for this product.
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Guardian's guarantee

A protective assurance, often meant to safeguard one's interests.
The warranty acted as a guardian's guarantee for my new smartphone.
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Repeatedly Asked Queries

What does "guarantee" mean?

"Guarantee" is a noun meaning a formal promise or assurance (typically in writing) that certain conditions will be fulfilled, especially that a product will be repaired or replaced if not of a specified quality and durability. As a verb, it means to provide a formal assurance or promise, especially that certain conditions shall be fulfilled relating to a product, service, or transaction.
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Why is "guarantee" often misspelled?

"Guarantee" is often misspelled because of the unusual "a" followed by "u" vowel combination, which is not common in English, and the silent "u," which can lead to confusion in the word’s pronunciation and spelling.
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Can "guarantee" refer to a person?

Historically, "guarantee" could refer to a person who gives a guarantee or warranty; however, in modern usage, it's rarely used in this context. The person giving a guarantee is often referred to as a guarantor.
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What is the origin of the word "guarantee"?

The word "guarantee" comes from the early 17th century, possibly via Spanish "garante," from Old French "guarantir" meaning 'to protect,' which is of Germanic origin. It's related to "warrant" which has a similar meaning.
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Can "guarantee" be used in a legal context?

Yes, in legal terms, a "guarantee" is a formal pledge to be responsible for another’s debt or contractual performance if that party fails to perform.
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Is "gaurentee" a common misspelling of "guarantee"?

Yes, "gaurentee" is a common misspelling. The correct spelling is "guarantee," with the "a" coming before the "u."
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Are there idioms related to the word "guarantee"?

While there are not many idioms specifically containing the word "guarantee," the concept of a guarantee is present in idioms such as "a safe bet" or "a sure thing," both implying a kind of certainty or assurance.
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How should I use "guarantee" in a sentence?

"Guarantee" can be used as both a noun and a verb. As a noun: "The manufacturer offers a guarantee of two years." As a verb: "I guarantee you'll love this movie."
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What part of speech is "guarantee"?

"Guarantee" can be both a noun and a verb. As a noun, it refers to a formal assurance. As a verb, it describes the action of making a formal assurance.
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What is the adjective form of "guarantee"?

The adjective form of "guarantee" is "guaranteed," meaning assured or promised. For example, "This is a guaranteed method for success."
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Can "guarantee" be pluralized?

Yes, when "guarantee" is used as a noun, it can be pluralized as "guarantees" to refer to multiple instances of assurance or pledges. For example, "The store offers several guarantees on its products."
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What's the difference between "guarantee" and "warranty"?

A "guarantee" is a promise that a condition will be fulfilled, typically related to the quality, durability, or performance of a product or service. A "warranty" is a specific type of guarantee that is written and legal in nature, often specifying the conditions under which repairs or exchanges will be made in the event of product failure.
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Does "guarantee" have synonyms?

Yes, synonyms for "guarantee" (when used as a noun) include assurance, pledge, promise, warranty, security, and covenant. When used as a verb, synonyms include assure, ensure, secure, and warrant.
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Is "guarantee" used differently in British and American English?

The usage of "guarantee" is generally the same in both British and American English in terms of meaning and context. However, pronunciation may vary slightly between the two forms of English.
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How do I pronounce "guarantee"?

In American English, "guarantee" is commonly pronounced as "gar-uhn-tee."
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