Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Warranty"

The meaning of "Warranty" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a warranty good for two years
In this phrase ,
What is the meaning of good’? mean?
A: It means the warranty is _valid_ for two years. In other words, it's a two-year warranty.
Q: What does warranty return mean?
A: Warranty return is when you buy something and you purchase this thing called a “warrant” and then if any problems arise with the product you can return it
Q: What does being under warranty mean?
A: The manufacturer provides a warranty on the product they sell for a specified period.
Warranty means that in case the product is defective or breaks during normal use, the manufacturer will either fix or replace at no cost to you.
When a product is "under warranty", it means its warranty period hasn't expired yet.
Q: What does warranty mean?
A: coverage for damage

say when you damage a device, it has warranty, meaning you can fix it free for a given time after you buy it
Q: What does warranty mean?
A: A promise on a product that might to repairs

Example sentences using "Warranty"

Q: Please show me example sentences with warranty .
A:

This refrigerator comes with a one-year warranty.

They fixed my car for free because it was under warranty.

I plan to use the phone for a long time, so I paid extra for the extended warranty.

Things always break soon after the warranty expires.
Q: Please show me example sentences with warranty and guarantee.
A: They are two different words.

A warranty is a contract guaranteeing a product or service for a period of time.

A guarantee is a more promise that something will happen.

I guarantee that you will get the promotion
His success is guaranteed

Damage to your iPad is protected for 90 days under Apple’s limited warranty
Q: Please show me example sentences with warranty.
A: I bought an expensive camera and it came with a warranty so if I break it within the warranty time they will send me a new one
Q: Please show me example sentences with warranties.
A: The warranties on these appliances have expired, so repair costs may be expensive.

All these toasters come with one year warranties.

Synonyms of "Warranty" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between warranty and warrant ?
A: A warranty is something that comes with a product you buy. Usually it's if the item breaks or something the company you bought it from will fix it, replace it, or refund it.

A warrant is something issued by the courts telling/allowing the police to do something. A search warrant, for example, allows police to search someone's property. An arrest warrant tells police to go arrest this person (or arrest them if they come into contact with them)
Q: What is the difference between warranty bond and performance bond ?
A: a warranty bond guarantees the repair of a project should there be a defect in materials; performance bonds are in place to guarantee that a project is done according to the contract's specifications and on schedule
Q: What is the difference between warranty and guaranty ?
A: Guarentee is to assure or formal promise. "I guarantee you will pass this test" where as warranty is a written promise that they will replace or renew the object of anything happens to it, within a certain amount of time. "You have 2 year warranty on this computer." Meaning if something happens to the computer within the 2 years, they will repair or renew it.
Q: What is the difference between "warranty" and "guarantee" ?
A: Warranty - My television broke, but since I had a warranty, I was able to take it to the store and exchange it with a new one for free.

Guarantee - My television broke even though it had a guarantee to last a year.

A guarantee is a promise. A warranty helps you recover if that promise is broken.
Q: What is the difference between "is with warranty" and "is with guarantee" and "is with guaranty" ?
A: We usually say "is under warranty" and "is guaranteed."

A guarantee is a legally-binding statement from the manufacturer that says the product is without defect. For instance, if you buy a new phone and it does not charge when you plug it in, the manufacturer must replace it because it is the manufacturer's fault.

A warranty is a purchased insurance against a future problem. For instance, if you buy a phone and then drop it and break the charger, you would claim it under your warranty. It is not part of the guarantee because it is not the manufacturer's fault. If you did not buy a warranty, then the company will not replace the phone.

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Translations of "Warranty"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? warranty
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? warranty punched kaelraychya attaparyant shillak aahet.
A: Sorry,I don't know
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm sorry, you exceed the returning warranty.
A: I'm sorry but you've exceeded your return warranty.

Other questions about "Warranty"

Q: when I found out the mobile wasn't not working, it was already purchased/it had already been purchased so the warranty had been finished before I found out the mobile wasn't working Does this sound natural?
A: 1- By the time I found out that the mobile wasn't not working, the warranty had been expired.

2- The warranty was expired before I found out that the mobile wasn't working.

3- The warranty had been expired before I found out that the mobile wasn't not working.
Q: This is a warranty for that item. If the item breaks down within three years, we'll repair it for free as long as you show us the warranty. The warranty cannot be republished, so keep it carefully, please.
Does this sound natural?
A: This is the warranty for that item. If the item breaks down within three years, we'll repair it for free as long as you show us the warranty. The warranty cannot be reissued, so please be careful not to lose it.
Q: "It is out of the warranty period, so you'll have to pay some." Does this sound natural?
A: Your warranty is expired, so you'll have to pay.
Q: ■Not Covered By Warranty
・Beyond our warranty period.
・We do not cover the cost that is occurred at workshop. (For installing or some parts)
・The item that is junk or the item page says that we do not accept return.
・If you adjust on the item such as plating, painting or adjusting the harnesses.
・Parts of the item is missing. (Including manuals)
・The part is overworked after being fitted such as driven in circuit, rally or modifying the engine.
・The item that you have adjusted.
・The item that we cannot confirm the parts inside are ours when we dismantle it. Does this sound natural?
A: ■Not Covered By Warranty
・Beyond our warranty period.
・We do not cover the cost that is occurred at workshop. (For installing or some parts)
・The item that is junk or the item page says that we do not accept returns.
・If you adjust on the item such as plating, painting or adjusting the harnesses.
・Part of the item is missing. (Including manuals)
・The part is overworked after being fitted such as driven in circuit, rallying or modifying the engine.
・The item that you have adjusted.
・The item that we cannot confirm the parts inside are ours when we dismantle it.
Q: We offer reliable and safe warranty that is the only one on Yahoo auction. Does this sound natural?
A: "We offer a safe and reliable warranty, the only one that is offered on Yahoo auction."

Yours sounds good - this way is a bit more natural.

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