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secure 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/siˈkyo͝or/,
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Fixed or fastened so as not to give way, become loose, or be lost,
  1. Fixed or fastened so as not to give way, become loose, or be lost
    • - check to ensure that all nuts and bolts are secure
  2. Not subject to threat; certain to remain or continue safe and unharmed
    • - they are working to ensure that their market share remains secure against competition
  3. Protected against attack or other criminal activity
    • - the official said that no airport could be totally secure
  4. (of a place of detention) Having provisions against the escape of inmates
    • - a secure unit for youthful offenders
  5. Feeling safe, stable, and free from fear or anxiety
    • - everyone needs to have a home and to feel secure and wanted
  6. Feeling no doubts about attaining; certain to achieve
    • - she remained poised and complacent, secure of admiration
Verb
  1. Fix or attach (something) firmly so that it cannot be moved or lost
    • - pins secure the handle to the main body
  2. Make (a door or container) hard to open; fasten or lock
    • - doors are likely to be well secured at night
  3. Protect against threats; make safe
    • - the government is concerned to secure the economy against too much foreign ownership
  4. Capture (a person or animal)
    • - the suspect is secured and in the back of a patrol car
  5. Succeed in obtaining (something), esp. with difficulty
    • - the division secured a major contract
  6. Seek to guarantee repayment of (a loan) by having a right to take possession of an asset in the event of nonpayment
    • - a loan secured on your home

  1. free from fear or doubt; easy in mind; "he was secure that nothing will be held against him"
  2. procure: get by special effort; "He procured extra cigarettes even though they were rationed"
  3. fasten: cause to be firmly attached; "fasten the lock onto the door"; "she fixed her gaze on the man"
  4. free from danger or risk; "secure from harm"; "his fortune was secure"; "made a secure place for himself in his field"
  5. assure payment of
  6. not likely to fail or give way; "the lock was secure"; "a secure foundation"; "a secure hold on her wrist"
  7. Security is the degree of protection against danger, damage, loss, and criminal activity. Security as a form of protection are structures and processes that provide or improve security as a condition. ...
  8. (Security+) The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), a non-profit trade association, was created in 1982 as the Association of Better Computer Dealers, Inc. (ABCD) by representatives of five microcomputer dealerships. ...
  9. (Security (album)) Peter Gabriel is the fourth album released by the British progressive rock musician Peter Gabriel. ...
  10. (Security (computers)) Computer security is a branch of computer technology known as information security as applied to computers and networks. ...
  11. (Security (finance)) A security is a fungible, negotiable instrument representing financial value. Securities are broadly categorized into debt securities (such as banknotes, bonds and debentures) and equity securities, e.g. ...
  12. (Security (song)) "Security" was the sixth single to be released of Stacie Orrico's eponymous album album. It was a Christian-radio only single.
  13. To make secure (in all the above senses); Free from attack or danger; protected; Free from the danger of theft; safe; Free from the risk of eavesdropping, interception or discovery; secret; Free from anxiety or doubt; unafraid; Firm and not likely to fail; stable; Free from the risk of financial ...
  14. (securement) The act of securing
  15. (security) the condition of not being threatened, especially physically, psychologically, emotionally, or financially; something that secures; an organization or department responsible for providing security by enforcing laws, rules, and regulations as well as maintaining order; something ...
  16. (Secured) A mortgage is a secured loan on your home; this means that if you fail to repay it, your lender may be able to sell your home to get its money back.
  17. a secured debt is one where the lender has a legal charge over your property so that if you don't repay what is due he has a claim on the proceeds if it is sold.  The lender can also apply for your property to be repossessed.
  18. (Secured) The provider secures the property against the loan made. If the loan is unpaid, the provider can sell the home to get its money back.
  19. (Secured) Protected or guaranteed. Generally used in the sense of collateral being pledged as security for a loan in the event that default of payment occurs.
  20. (Secured) Restricted access to a database collection or institutional repository by login authentication. Typically used to provide access to campus-restricted ETDs to authorized students, faculty and staff.
  21. (Secured) The status a creditor has when he has security or a right in some property that he can sell or realize on.
  22. (Secured) This term has different meanings depending on branch of service. For the Navy, means locked or closed. For the Marines, secured means everyone is out of the building.
  23. (Secured) To take guarantee over property for purposes of protecting a loan.
  24. (secured) (as applied to electrical cables) fastened in place
  25. A secured loan is underpinned by your property (includes assets such as Title Deeds to your house, life policies etc). If you do not repay your mortgage, the lender has the right to sell these assets.