guardián

  • 41 Guardian — Gu|ar|di|an 〈m. 1〉 Vorsteher eines Franziskaner od. eines Kapuzinerklosters [<ital. guardiano „Wächter, Wärter“] * * * Gu|ar|di|an [österr.: gu̯ar…], der; s, e [ital. guardiano = Wächter < mlat. guardianus, zu got. wardja, ↑ Guardia civil] …

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  • 42 guardián — (m) (Intermedio) persona que se dedica a la vigilancia de un lugar Ejemplos: Los guardianes del museo llamaron a la Policía antes de que los ladrones lograron salir. Necesito contratar a un guardián para que observe la oficina mientras no estamos …

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  • 43 guardian — I. n. 1. Warden, keeper, protector, defender, preserver. 2. Guardian angel, tutelary saint, good genius, attendant spirit. II. a. Protecting, tutelary …

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  • 44 guardian — noun (C) 1 someone who is legally responsible for looking after someone else s child, especially after the child s parents have died 2 formal someone who guards or protects something, especially an institution or moral principle (+ of): The US… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 45 Guardián — Sp Gvardjãnas Ap Guardián L kyš. Argentinoje (Santa Kruso p ja) …

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  • 46 guardian — noun Linwood has been my guardian since I was three Syn: protector, defender, preserver, custodian, warden, guard, keeper; conservator, curator, caretaker, steward, trustee …

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  • 47 guardian — guard•i•an [[t]ˈgɑr di ən[/t]] n. 1) a person who guards, protects, or preserves 2) law a person legally entrusted with the care of another s person or property, as that of a minor or someone legally incapacitated 3) guarding; protecting: a… …

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  • 48 guardian — /ˈgadiən / (say gahdeeuhn) noun 1. someone who guards, protects, or preserves. 2. Law someone who is entrusted by law with the care of the person or property, or both, of another, as of a minor or of some other person legally incapable of… …

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  • 49 guardian — n. 1 a defender, protector, or keeper. 2 a person having legal custody of another person and his or her property when that person is incapable of managing his or her own affairs. 3 the superior of a Franciscan convent. Phrases and idioms:… …

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  • 50 guardian — noun Etymology: Middle English gardein, wardein more at warden Date: 15th century 1. one that guards ; custodian 2. a superior of a Franciscan monastery 3. one who has the care of the person or property of another • guardianship noun …

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  • 51 Guardian — …

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  • 52 guardian — 1) a resident placed in charge of fishing gear and premises during the winter for the French Newfoundland migratory fishery (gardien in French) 2) warden for a salmon river (Newfoundland) …

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  • 53 Guardian — noun A British daily national newspaper …

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  • 54 guardian — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. trustee, caretaker, warden. See safety. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [One who regulates or protects] Syn. overseer, safeguard, curator, guard, vigilante, protector, conservator, preserver, trustee, custodian …

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  • 55 Guardian — Gu|ar|di|an 〈m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: e〉 Vorsteher eines Franziskaner od. Kapuzinerklosters [Etym.: <ital. guardiano »Wächter, Wärter«] …

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • 56 Guardian — Gu|ar|di|an der; s, e <aus mlat. guardianus »Wächter«; vgl. ↑Garde> Vorsteher eines Konvents der ↑Franziskaner u. ↑Kapuziner …

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  • 57 guardian — guard|i|an [ gardiən ] noun count 1. ) a person or organization that guards or protects something: They saw themselves as the guardians of morality. 2. ) someone who is legally responsible for another person such as a child whose parents have… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 58 guardian — guard·i·an || gÉ‘rdɪən / gɑːd n. guard; protector; overseer; keeper, custodian …

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  • 59 guardian —    an occupying conqueror    Literally, one who protects or manages the affairs of another:     ... the indigenous Ughur inhabitants had shared a mutual hatred of the Chinese guardians on and off for over a thousand years. (Strong, 1998) …

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  • 60 guardian — noun 1》 a defender, protector, or keeper. 2》 a person legally responsible for someone unable to manage their own affairs, especially a child whose parents have died. 3》 the superior of a Franciscan convent. Derivatives guardianship noun Origin ME …

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