What is meant by coverage
Part of speech: VerbHyphenation:
- ab | securing, simple past: securing | te, participle II: securing | securing
- IPA: [ˈApˌzɪçɐn], simple past: [ˌzɪçɐtə ˈap], past participle: [ˈapɡəˌzɪçɐt]
- 1) protect someone or something from danger
- 2) Provide a place or object with protective devices in such a way that there is no longer any acute danger
- 3) backed up with facts
- 4) stand up for something to happen
- 5) reflexive: Take measures to protect yourself from danger or negative consequences
- Derivation of the verb to back up with the derivative (derivative morpheme) from-
- 1) protect, guard, protect
- 3) underpin
- 4) guarantee, guarantee, ensure, insure
- to back up
- 1) Hundreds of police officers should visit the Pope to secure.
- 2) The staircase must secured now that the railing has gone rotten.
- 3) He secured that all participants have been informed of the date.
- 4) Is your thesis through literature research secured?
- 5) Of course I also spoke to my boss, I have to to secure.
- 2) the scene of the accidentto secure
- 5) yourself in caseensure that ...
- secured, cover (→ credit cover)
- Present tense: I. secure; you secure; he she it secures
- Simple past: I. secured
- Participle II: secured
- Subjunctive II: i secured
- Imperative: singular secure!; Plural secures!
- Auxiliary verb: to have
- English: 3) make sure, guarantee
- Italian: proteggere, salvaguardare; 3) assicurarsi, garantire; 4) verificare; 5) tutelarsi
- Spanish: 1) asegurarse, protegerse; 3) asegurar, proteger
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Mark Zuckerberg would have his platforms with billions to secure - but that would reduce the profit.“
Bernerzeitung.ch, November 02, 2018
„First there was a truck accident. When the police got the job to secure wanted, it crashed again.“
Day 24, October 31, 2018
„The local association for youth and social affairs wants to be maximal to secure and carries this out on the backs of the cities and towns.“
Stuttgarter Zeitung online, November 27, 2018
„In Carinthia there are 300 young people who voluntarily act as school guides at road crossings to secure in wind and weather.“
Kleine Zeitung, February 02, 2019
„Italian politicians are calling for the ECB to buy the country through bond purchases to secure must. Mario Draghi now rejects it.“
Handelsblatt.com, September 13, 2018
„Farm shops, weekly markets, and vending machines are very busy thanks to Corona. 8 Tips on How to Use Your Customers and Yourself to secure can.“
agrarheute.com, April 02, 2020
„In Germany you can do it privately to secure or resort to statutory health insurance. This is where the two variants differ.“
GMX, March 19, 2020
„Billy, Köttbullar and now also 'Hemsäker'. The Swedish furniture company wants household items in the future to secure and provide liability protection.“
sueddeutsche.de, February 18, 2020
„A rear-end collision occurred early on Sunday morning on the B17. As a policeman the scene of the accident to secure wanted, his life was in danger.“
Augsburger Allgemeine, January 26, 2020
„Payment protection insurance, the borrower to secure should continue to be criticized. Because they are usually too expensive and don't always help.“
n-tv.de, September 02, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Grammar / conjugations
Secure Inflection - The conjugation of the verb SecureIt is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
|1st person singular||2nd person singular||3rd person singular||1st person plural||2nd person plural||3rd person plural|
|Present indicative||I secure / secure / secure||you secure||he / she / it hedges||we secure||you cover||they secure|
|Present Subjunctive I.||I secure / secure||you secure||he / she / it secure||we secure||you secure / secure||they secure|
|Past tense indicative||i secured||you secured||he / she / it secured||we secured||you secured||they secured|
|Past tense subjunctive II||I covered||you secured||he / she / it secured||we secured||you secured||they secured|
|Perfect indicative||I have hedged||you have secured||he / she / it has hedged||we have secured||you have secured||they have secured|
|Perfect subjunctive I.||I have secured||you have covered||he / she / it got hedged||we have secured||you have secured||they have secured|
|Past perfect indicative||I was covered||you had hedged||he / she / it had hedged off||we had secured||you had secured||they had secured|
|Past perfect subjunctive II||I would have covered||you would have covered||he / she / it would have hedged||we would have covered||you would have covered||they would have hedged|
|Future I indicative||i will hedge||you will hedge||he / she / it will hedge||we will hedge||you will hedge||they will hedge|
|Future tense I subjunctive||i will hedge||you will hedge||he / she / it will hedge||we will hedge||you will hedge||they will hedge|
|Future tense I subjunctive II||I would hedge||you would hedge||he / she / it would hedge||we would hedge||you would hedge||they would hedge|
|Future tense II indicative||I will have secured||you will have secured||he / she / it will have hedged||we will have secured||you will have secured||they will have hedged|
|Future tense II subjunctive I||I will have secured||you will have secured||he / she / it will have secured||we will have secured||you will have secured||they will have hedged|
|Future II subjunctive II||I would have hedged||you would have hedged||he / she / it would have hedged||we would have hedged||you would have hedged||they would have hedged|
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Thesaurus & Synonyms
Another word (synonym) for secure - Source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary that contain "secure":
to ensure: ... confiscate on official order 2) transitive: guarantee, guarantee, assure, secure Origin of the term: composed of the adjective safe and the verb provide ...
construction site: secure, build, drive around, bypass, close a construction site 2) permanent construction site; open a new construction site; close an (old) construction site
Peace process:… Brought success. Typical word combinations: 1) cancel the peace process, secure the peace process, threaten the peace process, block the peace process, in the ...
assicurare: secure, secure, fasten 3) tie up 4) insure, promise Derived words: assicurarsi German translations: 1) guarantee, guarantee, secure; 2) secure, secure, fasten; 3) connect; 4) insure, promise
guaranteed: garantirsi (Italian) part of speech: verb, reflexive hyphenation:, past participle: word meaning / definition: 1) secure yourself. Translations German: 1) secure yourself
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The following terms
safeguarding (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: ab | securing | chernd Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈapˌzɪçɪnt]…
hedging (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: ab | si | chern | de Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈapˌzɪçɐndə]…
securing (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ab | si | chern | dem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
hedging (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ab | si | chern | the pronunciation / stress: IPA:…
more protective (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ab | si | chern | the pronunciation / stress: IPA:…
securing (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ab | si | chern | des Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
secure (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ab | si | cherst Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈapˌzɪçɐst]…
safeguards (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ab | si | chert Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈapˌzɪçɐt]…
secured (German) Part of speech: Conjugated form Hyphenation: ab | sure | cher | te pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈapˌzɪçɐtə]…
secured (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ab | si | cher | ten Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈapˌzɪçɐtn̩]…
secured (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ab | si | cher | test Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
safeguards (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ab | si | cher | tet Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈapˌzɪçɐtət]…
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