Incorrect spelling, explanation: you can’t spell guarantee as
guarante, because the double -e determines the pronunciation. This noun/verb comes from the French language, that’s why it looks like a French word. We can’t omit any of its parts. Guarantee is the only correct form and guarante is just a mistake.
Correct spelling, explanation: the word guarantee originates from Old French guarantie (perhaps via a later Spanish garante), from the verb guarantir (to protect, assure, vouch for), and ultimately from Old Frankish warjand, warand (a warrant). It has to be spelled with the double -e vowel at the end because these two letters are stressed, which determines the pronunciation.
Guarante is not correct.
Definition of guarantee:
1. verb, to promise that something will happen or exist
We guarantee that our products are of the highest quality and will meet your expectations.
The company will guarantee your satisfaction with their services or offer a full refund.
2. noun, a promise that something will be done or will happen
The store offers a 30-day a money-back guarantee on all purchases.
The warranty provides a guarantee that the product will be free from defects for a period of one year.
Collocations with guarantee:
Some most commonly used collocations include: money-back guarantee, satisfaction guarantee, lifetime guarantee
The company offers a 30-day money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the product.
Our satisfaction guarantee ensures that you will be happy with our services or we will make it right.
The manufacturer provides a lifetime guarantee for all their products, so you never have to worry about replacing them.
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