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  1. protect

    • IPA[prəˈtɛkt]


    • v.
      keep safe from harm or injury;preserve or guarantee by means of formal or legal measures
    • verb: protect, 3rd person present: protects, gerund or present participle: protecting, past tense: protected, past participle: protected

    • 釋義


    • 1. keep safe from harm or injury he tried to protect Kelly from the attack use a sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB
    • preserve or guarantee by means of formal or legal measures free speech is protected under Article 33 of the Constitution
    • aim to preserve (a threatened species or area) by legislating against hunting, collecting, or development the first federal legislation protecting bison was enacted in 1894 the wetlands have been protected since 1998
    • shield (a domestic industry) from competition by imposing import duties on foreign goods Japan's Ministry of Trade & Industry erected barriers to protect the country's infant computer industry
    • restrict access to or use of (data or a memory location) security products are designed to protect information from unauthorized access