Correct spelling, explanation: when spelling the word guarantee, we should remember its French origins. It must contain the double -e letter at the end because the double vowel determines the pronunciation. Guarantee comes from Old French guarantie and from the verb guarantir. Guarante is just a mistake and it should be avoided.
Definition of guarantee:
1. verb, to serve as a warrant or guaranty for
The airline company guaranteed to compensate all passengers for the delay caused by the technical issue.
If you’re not satisfied with your purchase, we guarantee a full refund within 30 days.
2. noun, an assurance that another’s obligation will be fulfilled
There is no guarantee that the discussions will lead to a deal.
The TV comes with/has a two-year guarantee.
Collocations with guarantee:
Some most commonly used collocations include: guarantee of quality, guarantee of authenticity, guarantee of delivery
We stand by our products and offer a guarantee of quality that ensures they meet the highest standards.
The certificate of authenticity serves as a guarantee that the painting is a genuine work of art.
Our guarantee of delivery promises that your order will be delivered within three business days, or your shipping fees will be refunded.
Incorrect spelling, explanation: the word guarante is a misspelling, but a very common one. This mistake may have occurred because of the French origins, as well as rare pronunciation and construction. Guarantee should be spelled with the double -e vowel at the end. Remember that this is the only correct form.
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