- a measure taken to protect someone or something or to prevent something undesirable
- protect from harm or damage with an appropriate measure
noun: safeguard, plural noun: safeguards
verb: safeguard, 3rd person present: safeguards, gerund or present participle: safeguarding, past tense: safeguarded, past participle: safeguarded
- 1. a measure taken to protect someone or something or to prevent something undesirable:
there were multiple safeguards to prevent the accidental release of a virus
- 1. protect from harm or damage with an appropriate measure:
low interest rates are offering the opportunity to safeguard their financial futures
- n.a measure taken to protect someone or something or to prevent something undesirable:
- the charity called for tougher safeguards to protect Britain's remaining natural forests
- v.protect from harm or damage with an appropriate measure:
- a framework which safeguards employees from exploitation
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