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Tradução de Italiano de protect



transitive verb

    1. (gen) proteggere, salvaguardare
    2. (from cold, heat) riparare
    3. (interests, rights) salvaguardare

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Exemplos de frases que incluem protect

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The guarantee does not protect deposits from any tax charges.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He concluded they are low in animal fat and protect against heart disease.
The Sun (2016)
It costs surprisingly little to protect yourself from harm.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The rationale behind occupational licensing is that it protects consumers from harm.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They plug the gaps where weeds might colonise and protect against disease.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
You move as if to protect yourself from harm.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
But 36 per cent trust none of the party leaders to protect them from attack.
The Sun (2015)
But he was accused of talking tough while ditching a vow to introduce new laws to protect people who defend their homes.
The Sun (2011)
But in practice, we can do little to protect them from attacks outside the workplace.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It said that it was ready to defend and protect Turkey if necessary.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Make sure that you protect the guarantee.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The Tory leader's tough message came as he spelled out plans to protect people who defend their properties.
The Sun (2010)
The government and builders provide a guarantee to protect lenders from potential losses.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
These are not covered under a government guarantee protecting senior creditors.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
This is packed with energy and antibodies to protect against disease.
The Sun (2016)
You and your loved ones have the right to expect the government to protect you from harm.
The Sun (2012)
Fish oils protect against heart disease.
Westcott, Patsy Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)
They protect you against diseases in the environment.
Christianity Today (2000)

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protect em Outras Línguas

Inglês Britânico: protect /prəˈtɛkt/ VERB
To protect someone or something means to prevent them from being harmed or damaged.
What can women do to protect themselves?
  • Inglês Americano: protect
  • Árabe: يَحْمِي
  • Português Brasileiro: proteger
  • Chinês: 保护
  • Croata: štititi
  • Tcheco: chránit
  • Dinamarquês: beskytte
  • Holandês: beschermen
  • Espanhol Europeu: proteger
  • Finlandês: suojella
  • Francês: protéger
  • Alemão: beschützen
  • Grego: προστατεύω
  • Italiano: proteggere
  • Japonês: 保護する
  • Coreano: 보호하다
  • Norueguês: beskytte
  • Polonês: ochronić
  • Português Europeu: proteger
  • Romeno: a proteja
  • Russo: защищать
  • Espanhol: proteger
  • Sueco: skydda
  • Tailandês: ป้องกัน
  • Turco: korumak
  • Ucraniano: захищати
  • Vietnamita: bảo vệ


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