January 26, 2015 =========
☆ safeguard 守る
Have you heard of this word before? It’s a formal word, so you’re more likely to read it newspapers or hear it on the news. The more common word for “safeguard” is simple “protect”. If you safeguard someone or something you are protecting them from being harmed, lost, or treated badly. For example,
The rights of minorities will be safeguarded under the new legislation.
We must safeguard the databases against unauthorized access and hackers.
The website has a secure checkout to safeguard credit card details.
Scientists have found that compounds, called phenols, found in olive oil could safeguard against some forms of cancer.
Is there anything in your life at the moment that you need to safeguard?