Sinônimos de guard
to take precautionsGunmen guarded homes near the cemetery.
He vowed to protect her all the days of her life.
Owners can't watch their pets 24 hours a day.
They defended themselves against some racist thugs.
The loan is secured against your home.
the UN force whose job it is to police the border
Could you mind the shop while I'm out, please?
You make a run for it and I'll cover you.
They deliberately screened him from knowledge of their operations.
We need to preserve the rainforests.
A neighbour sheltered the boy for seven days.
He shielded his head from the sun with an old sack.
Prison officers continued to patrol the grounds.
international action to safeguard the ozone layer
to keep watch over (a prisoner) to prevent escapeShe is being guarded by a platoon of police officers.
The prisoners overpowered their guards and locked them in a cell.
The sentry would not let her enter.
The inmates of the jail have taken a prison warder hostage.
He was a warden at the local parish church.
the custodian of the holy shrine in Mecca
Keep a close watch on him while I'm gone.
The trespassers fled after they were challenged by a patrol.
One committed the burglary and the other acted as lookout.
He worked for ten years as a watchman in a factory.
a watchful sentinel
a person or group of people who protect or watch over people or thingsa heavily armed guard of police
anything that provides protectionThe heater should have a safety guard fitted.
The wall provided a shield from the wind.
under pressure to tighten airport security
The land was flat, giving no scope for defence.
They put a screen in front of me.
Innocence is no protection from the evils in our society.
A system like ours lacks adequate safeguards for civil liberties.
a multinational buffer between the two sides
a walk along the ramparts of the old city
a bulwark of democracy
It takes me a long time to drop my guard and get close to people.
See off guard
See on (your) guard
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related adjective custodial
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in the sense of buffer
a person or thing that lessens shock or protects from damaging impact, circumstances, etc.a multinational buffer between the two sides
in the sense of bulwark
a person or thing acting as a defencea bulwark of democracy
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