|law to protect car buyers||lemon law|
|(British) apron, pinafore; smock worn over clothing to protect it from becoming soiled (term used by children)||pinny|
|(British) package, bundle; group, gang; field, plot of land, yard, batch of commercial goods, bunch, make parcel of something, bundle; divide, partition; wrap, cover, portion, protect rope, something wrapped up||parcel|
|(Metallurgy) cause a metal to be less chemically reactive, protect metal against corrosion||passivate|
|A market characterized by a small number of large buyers who control all purchases and therefore the market price of a good or service.||Oligopsony|
|accompany, attend (in order to guide, protect, guard, etc.), accompanying military vessel or aircraft, go with as escort, hired social partner, man as social partner, person or group of persons who protect or guide; armed guard (of ships, planes, etc.)...||escort|
|acquire something, assured, ensure payment for something, assure; obtain, procure; protect, defend; fortify, strengthen; lock, fasten, firmly fixed, fix something firmly, guarantee, make something safe, make something safe for secret communications, ma...||secure|
|act as mother to, protect, nurture; give life to by birthing, mom, female parent; woman who has given birth; woman acting as a mother or exercising mother-like authority; small British gun used in WWI (British Slang), mother of vinegar, of a female par...||mother|
|add buffer to solution, cushion something against shock, device on train or track, divider, partition; location in the memory designated for temporary storage (Computers); shock absorber, lessen, ease, make less severe; protect, shield; (about aspirin)...||buffer|
|add microorganisms to a culture, introduce a virus or microorganism into a person or animal to create immunity to a disease, immunize; introduce microorganisms into a culture medium; instill or implant beliefs or ideas, protect somebody against disease||inoculate|
|advance detachment, block opponent, blocking tactic, camera plate for focusing, conceal or shelter somebody or something, concealment, cover with a curtain; filter, sift; hide, conceal; separate, divide; protect, shield; project a film, show a movie, d...||screen|
|Air Intercept Missile; missile used to intercept incoming enemy aircraft, American Indian Movement, American Indian Movement; organization established to protect the rights and interests of Native Americans in the USA, AOL Instant Messenger; software p...||AIM|
|airbag to protect head, bag covering head||head bag; headbag|
|anchored strap(s) that buckle across the hips to protect a seated passenger from an abrupt jolt (in an automobile, airplane, etc.)||seatbelt|
|antiviral, designed to protect against infection with and/or damage caused by computer viruses (Computers), for removing computer viruses||antivirus|
|area inside stockade, defensive barrier, fence comprised of tall stakes placed upright in the ground; wall, enclosure, defense barrier, military prison, surround area with stockade, surround with a stockade, protect by means of a stockade||stockade|
|area out of direct sunlight, cast a shadow upon; dim, darken; screen, hide from view; protect from light; cover with a shade; add shading to; change gradually, change in small degrees, change slightly or gradually, dark parts of painting, darken part o...||shade|
|area outside boxing ring ropes, border around green, cloth worn to protect clothing; front-most part of a stage; parking area for airplanes, conveyor belt made of slats, low-angled surface, paved area at airport, projecting edge, protective garment tie...||apron|
|area where wildlife is protected, exclusive area of activity, fruit jelly or jam, guard, keep safe; keep, conserve; defend, protect; perpetuate, make everlasting, keep animals in secure area, maintain something to, make jam, make sure something lasts, ...||preserve|
|argue, buyer of stolen goods, deal in stolen goods, enclose area with fence, enclose within a fence or other barrier; separate with a fence or other barrier; protect, guard; fight with swords; evade a question, respond in a vague manner, enclosing stru...||fence|
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