Definition of 'guard against'
Example sentences containing 'guard against'
The Sun (2013)
His absence yesterday was officially to guard against having to field the same questions that he will face then.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He also has his sights on cutting global warming and guarding against human extinction by helping to colonise other planets.The Sun (2016)
Definition of guard against from the Collins English Dictionary
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