garantia, certeza, confiança, firmeza, arrogância, presunção
Noun(1) freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities(2) a binding commitment to do or give or refrain from something(3) a statement intended to inspire confidence(4) a British term for some kinds of insurance
(1) I sometimes look with envy on those whose faith brings comfort and assurance .(2) If it is a basic mortgage protection policy, also known as decreasing term assurance , your level of cover will decrease over time.(3) They include term assurance , critical illness cover, income protection and long-term care.(4) The most common form of mortgage protection is decreasing term assurance .(5) she drove with assurance(6) I have to admit to being rather surprised because 17 years ago, when we took out term assurance (to cover a similar amount for our mortgage), it was quite cheap.(7) Even a quick telephone call during a storm can provide much appreciated assurance that help is nearby if needed.(8) There is no assurance that the application of the valuation standards will result in a better product for the client.(9) He called on ministers to do everything they can to give assurance to the community of Northern Ireland that a serious effort is being made to maintain the rule of law.(10) Feminists are always sure of what they believe, and I can go along with them on many points, but I am unable to share their certainties or their assurance .(11) It made her eyes glow with the confident assurance of her class.(12) Many are ignorant concerning what evidence will satisfy the quest for assurance , despite the fact that it is clear in Scripture.(13) Just because a dot-com business has a well-known or attractive brand name is no assurance of success.(14) These products have no investment component attached to them and therefore work in a similar way to your household insurance or the old fashioned term assurance .(15) It is the confident assurance that something we want is going to happen.(16) Most lenders require mortgage holders to take out term assurance policies - a simple form of life insurance which pays off the mortgage debt if the holder dies.
(1) quality assurance :: Garantia da Qualidade
(2) self-assurance :: autoconfiança
(3) life assurance :: seguro de vida
1. self-confidence ::
2. word of honor ::
palavra de honra
3. guarantee ::
4. self-assurance ::
5. pledge ::
1. doubt ::
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