Definition of warranty noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

warranty

 noun
noun
BrE BrE//ˈwɒrənti//
 
; NAmE NAmE//ˈwɔːrənti//
 
, NAmE//ˈwɑːrənti//
 
(pl. warranties)[countable, uncountable] The car industry
 
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a written agreement in which a company selling something promises to repair or replace it if there is a problem within a particular period of time synonym guarantee The television comes with a full two-year warranty. Is the car still under warranty? See related entries: The car industry Word Origin Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French warantie, variant of garantie ‘guaranty’.Extra examples He took legal action against the company for breach of warranty. Is your car still under warranty? Manufacturers void their warranties if the labels have been tampered with. The computer comes with a year’s warranty on all parts. The model carries a three-year warranty. The tool comes with a lifetime warranty. The warranty coverage is 60 months. The warranty on my watch ran out just before it broke. They’ve extended the warranty and the mileage. We can not give a specific warranty for the work done on your property. a warranty against storm damage
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