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guard /ɡɑːd $ ɡɑːrd/ noun
guard verb [transitive]


روکش کشیدن ، صفحه محافظ ، چرم یا زه در قسمتی از چوب بازی لاکراس غلطاندن گوی به جلو یار برای محافظت ان از گوی حریف (بولینگ روی چمن) ، پاسداری دادن ، نگهبانی دادن ، نگهبان ، پاسبان ، مستحفظ ، گارد ، احتیاط ، نرده روی عرشه کشتی ، نرده حفاظتی ، پناه ، حائل ، حالت اماده باش در شمشیر بازی ومشت زنی وامثال ان ، نگاه داشتن ، محافظت کردن ، نگهبانی کردن ، پاییدن ، پاسداری کردن ، علوم مهندسی: روکش محافظ ، قانون ـ فقه: محافظ ، ورزش: کاسه بین تیغه و دسته شمشیر ، علوم نظامی: حفاظت کردن ، علوم دریایی: - watch
guard
[verb]
Synonyms:
- watch over, defend, mind, preserve, protect, safeguard, secure, shield
[noun]
Synonyms:
- protector, custodian, defender, lookout, picket, sentinel, sentry, warder, watch, watchman
- protection, buffer, defence, safeguard, screen, security, shield
- off guard: unprepared, napping, unready, unwary
- on guard: prepared, alert, cautious, circumspect, on the alert, on the lookout, ready, vigilant, wary, watchful
Related Words: guardian, jailer, keeper, turnkey, warden, warder, patrolman, outguard, patrol, attend, mind, tend, watch, accompany, chaperon, conduct, convoy, escort
English Thesaurus: port, harbour, dock, pier, jetty, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. guard1 S3 W3 /ɡɑːd $ ɡɑːrd/ noun
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French; Origin: garde]

1. PERSON [countable]
a) someone whose job is to protect a place or person:
There were two security guards on duty outside the building.
We were stopped by border guards.
Armed guards were posted by the exit.
b) someone whose job is to prevent prisoners from escaping:
The prison guards were reasonably friendly.

2. PROTECTION [uncountable] the act or duty of protecting places or people, or of preventing prisoners from escaping
be on guard
Who was on guard the night the fire broke out?
keep/stand guard (over somebody/something)
Gunmen stood guard at the camp entrance.
be under (police/armed etc) guard (=to be guarded by a group of people)
He was taken to hospital, where he is now under police guard.

3. SOLDIERS
a) [singular] a group of soldiers who guard someone or something:
The President has called in the National Guard.
b) the Guards British English a group of soldiers who protect the king or queen

4. EQUIPMENT [countable] something that is used to protect someone or something from damage or injury:
a face guard
a fire guard

5. ON A TRAIN [countable] British English a person whose job is to be in charge of a train Synonym : conductor American English

6. on your guard to be paying attention to what is happening in order to avoid danger, being tricked etc:
These men are dangerous so you’ll need to be on your guard.
Something in his tone put her on her guard.

7. catch/throw somebody off guard to surprise someone by doing something that they are not ready to deal with:
Senator O'Hare was caught off guard by the question.

8. guard of honour a group of people who walk or stand together at a special occasion in order to show respect:
Police colleagues formed a guard of honour at her funeral.

9. the old guard a group of people in an organization who want to do things in the way they were done in the past:
the Communist old guard

10. FIGHTING [singular] the position of holding your arms or hands up in a fight in order to defend yourself:
He swung at me and I brought my guard up.

11. SPORT [countable]
a) one of two players on a basketball team who is responsible for moving the ball to help their team gain points
b) one of two players on an American football team who plays either side of the centre

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. guard2 verb [transitive]

1. to protect a person, place, or object by staying near them and watching them:
The Sergeant told Swift to guard the entrance.
a lioness guarding her cubs
guard somebody/something against something
There is no one to guard these isolated farms against attack.

2. to watch a prisoner to prevent them from escaping

3. to protect something such as a right or a secret by preventing other people from taking it away, discovering it etc:
chiefs who jealously guarded their independence
a closely guarded secret

4. to prevent another sports player from gaining points, getting the ball etc
guard against something phrasal verb
to prevent something from happening:
Exercise can guard against a number of illnesses.
guard against doing something
Nurses should guard against becoming too attached to their patients.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

guard
noun
I. person who guards sb/sth
ADJ. armed, uniformed The building is protected by armed guards.
border, prison, security
VERB + GUARD post Guards had been posted all around the radio station.
GUARD + VERB patrol sth Guards patrolled the perimeter fence.
protect sth
GUARD + NOUN duty | dog

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

guard
II. being ready to prevent attack or danger
ADJ. close | constant | armed The accused was taken to court under armed guard.
police
VERB + GUARD keep, mount, stand Soldiers stood guard on the city gates.
PREP. off your ~ The question seemed to catch him off his guard.
on (your) ~ Several police officers were on guard outside the factory. He was always on his guard against moneymaking schemes.
under ~ The prisoners were under close guard.
~ against, ~ over Two police officers kept guard over the burnt-out building.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

guard
III. group of soldiers/policemen who guard sb/sth
ADJ. civil, national, palace, presidential | advance
VERB + GUARD change The guard was changed every two hours.
call out It would only be a matter of minutes before the alarm was raised and the guard called out.
PHRASES guard of honour Fellow soldiers from Corporal Smith's regiment formed a guard of honour at his wedding.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

guard
verb
ADV. well The mountain pass is well guarded.
carefully a bird carefully guarding its eggs
fiercely, jealously She jealously guarded her position of power.
PREP. against guarding the city against attack
from pop stars who need to be guarded from their fans
PHRASES closely/heavily/securely guarded The military base is closely guarded.
guard sb/sth with your life He was under instructions to guard the key with his life.
strictly/tightly guarded strictly guarded privacy

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

guard
ɡɑ:d
See: color guard , off guard , on guard

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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