Definition of 'security guard'
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The actor has been employing security guards to protect her at her home. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You meet all kinds of people from the security guard to the chairman. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Security guards pulled people off each other and dragged one man away. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One of her projects trains people to be security guards. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He has since got a new job as a security guard. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Security guards kept people back from the cameras, but there were no barriers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When told that that would not be possible he handed the money to a security guard and told him to give it to charity. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A number of players then became involved before club officials and security guards stepped in. The Sun (2009)His day got worse when they entered the conference building and a security guard dragged him to one side for not wearing a security pass. The Sun (2014)The dad said: 'His relationship was different because he was protected by the security guards. The Sun (2009)Dad had to leave his job as a security guard and take sick pay, while mum took extended leave from her sales job to become his carer. The Sun (2016)His son, who was with him, had been brought up by working grandparents and had got a job as a security guard. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'security guard'
British English: security guard /sɪˈkjʊərɪtɪ ɡɑːd/ NOUN
A security guard is someone whose job is to protect a building or to collect and deliver large amounts of money.
- American English: security guard
- Arabic: حَارِسُ الأَمْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: guarda de segurança
- Chinese: 保安员
- Croatian: čuvar osiguranja
- Czech: bezpečnostní služba
- Danish: sikkerhedsvagt
- Dutch: veiligheidsagent
- European Spanish: guardia de seguridad
- Finnish: vartija
- French: garde
- German: Wächter
- Greek: φύλακας ασφάλειας
- Italian: guardia giurata
- Japanese: 警備員
- Korean: 보안 감시인
- Norwegian: sikkerhetsvakt
- Polish: ochroniarz
- European Portuguese: guarda de segurança
- Romanian: paznic
- Russian: охранник
- Spanish: guardia de seguridad
- Swedish: säkerhetsvakt
- Thai: ผู้คุ้มกันความปลอดภัย
- Turkish: güvenlik görevlisi
- Ukrainian: охоронець
- Vietnamese: bảo vệ
Definition of security guard from the Collins English Dictionary
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