English version

safekeeping

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsafekeepingsafe‧keep‧ing /ˌseɪfˈkiːpɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  SAFEthe state of being kept safe, or the action of keeping something safefor safekeeping My passport was in the inner pocket of my bag, for safekeeping.
Examples from the Corpus
safekeepingThe men arrested at Stony Stratford were sent north for safekeeping.Your Will should be lodged with your bank or solicitor for safekeeping.One copy, by registered post to the University Press, a second deposited in the bank vaults for safekeeping.After making his plans for the safekeeping of funds in several banks he started off on his travels once again.Claudel took note of the time - five past nine - and removed his watch to the safekeeping of his hand.One of Durie's duties was the safekeeping of legal documents.for safekeepingThe artworks are stored in a bank vault for safekeeping.
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