English version

be assured of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe assured of somethingbe assured of somethingif you are assured of something, you will definitely get it or achieve it His victory means that he is now assured of a place in the final. assured
Examples from the Corpus
be assured of somethingPeople do work without the institutional system of capitalism and they are assured of a reasonable livelihood.The team is assured of a spot in the finals.There was no reason for a playoff game because both were assured of advancing to the postseason.Cooke was a happier man when greeting the news that full-back Jon Webb is assured of completing the season.When he did, he was assured of immediate payment.Residents must be assured of their physical security before any region can grow.Only three of them secured enough votes to be assured of their seats.
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