warrantee 1706, from WARRANT (Cf. warrant) (n.) + -EE (Cf. -ee).

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  • warrantee — war·rant·ee /ˌwȯr ən tē, ˌwär / n: a person to whom a warranty is given or made Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. warrantee …   Law dictionary

  • warrantee — war‧ran‧tee [ˌwɒrənˈtiː ǁ ˌwɔː , ˌwɑː ] noun [countable] COMMERCE LAW a person who is given a warranty * * * warrantee UK US /wɒrəntˈiː/ noun [C] COMMERCE, LAW ► someone who is given a warranty by a company or another person …   Financial and business terms

  • Warrantee — War ran*tee , n. (Law) The person to whom a warrant or warranty is made. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • warrantee — [wôr΄ən tē′] n. Law a person to whom a warranty is given …   English World dictionary

  • warrantee — noun Date: 1706 the person to whom a warranty is made …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • warrantee — /wawr euhn tee , wor /, n. a person to whom a warranty is made. [1660 70; WARRANT(Y) or WARRANT(OR) + EE] * * * …   Universalium

  • warrantee — noun The beneficiary of a warranty. See Also: warrantor …   Wiktionary

  • warrantee — war·ran·tee || wÉ‘rÉ™n tɪː , wÉ” / wÉ’ n. one who is legally authorized; one who receives document of warranty …   English contemporary dictionary

  • warrantee — war·rant·ee …   English syllables

  • warrantee — war•ran•tee [[t]ˌwɔr ənˈti, ˌwɒr [/t]] n. a person to whom a warranty is made • Etymology: 1660–70 …   From formal English to slang

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