Warrantee vs. warranty

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A warranty is (1) a guarantee given by a company to a purchaser stating that a product will meet certain requirements during a given time, (2) official authorization, and (3) justification for a course of action. The word also has some legal uses that most of us will never have to use. A warrantee is someone to whom a warranty is given.



She figured the warranty, which cost $129.99, was a good investment on her $479 computer. [Chicago Tribune]

The suitcase carries an unconditional lifetime warranty that includes airline damage. [Telegraph]

Some Canadians are finding out that there can be a big gap when it comes to warranties too. [CTV]

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