ensure

[Verb] To make sure that something is done or takes place.
Example: I cannot ensure that you will be able to join the club, but I will do my best.
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Ensure

En·sure' transitive verb 1. To make sure. See Insure . 2. To betroth. [ Obsolete] Sir T. More.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/E/46

ensure

insure 4 assure 3 secure verb make certain of; `This nest egg will ensure a nice retirement for us`; `Preparation will guarantee success!`
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Ensure

• (v. t.) To betroth. • (v. t.) To make sure. See Insure.
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Ensure

A nutritional drink that may help people who cannot get everything they need in their diet from foods and other drinks. It may be taken by mouth or given through a small tube inserted through the nose into the stomach or the small intestine. It may also be given through a small tube that is put into the stomach or intestinal tract through an openin...
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ensure

make certain of
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