动词过去式:warranted 过去分词:warranted 现在分词:warranting 第三人称单数:warrants 副词:warrantably 形容词:warrantable 名词:warrantability
/'wɒrənt; [US] 'wɔ:r-; `wɔrənt/
1 [C] ~ (for sth)
(a) written order giving authority to do sth 授权命令
*issue a warrant for sb's arrest 发出逮捕某人的逮捕状
* a death-/search-warrant 死刑执行令[搜查证]
* A warrant is out for his arrest/against him. 已经发出了可逮捕他的逮捕证.
(b) voucher that entitles the holder to receive goods, money, services, etc （可得到货物、钱、服务等的）凭证, 证件
*a travel warrant 通行证
* a warrant for dividends on shares 股息单.
2 ~ for sth/doing sth [U] (fml 文) justification or authorization for (an action, etc) 正当理由; 根据
*He had no warrant for doing that/what he did. 他那样做毫无道理.
1 [Tn] (fml 文) be a warrant(2) for (sth); justify or deserve 证明（某事物）正当、有理或恰当
*Nothing can warrant such severe punishment. 这样严厉的惩罚毫无根据.
* Her interference was not warranted.她干涉得毫无道理.
* The crisis warrants special measures.大难当头有必要采取特别措施.
2 [usu passive 通常用于被动语态
*Tn, Cn.a, Cn.n, Cn.t] guarantee (sth) as genuine 保证（某物）为真品或正品
*This material is warranted (to be) pure silk. 这种料子保证是纯丝的.3 (idm 习语) I('ll) warrant (you) (dated 旧) I assure or promise you 我（向你）保证
*The trouble isn't over yet, I'll warrant you. 麻烦事并没有完, 我可以给你打包票.