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security [ si'kjuəriti] n.安全,安全感

security [si'kjuəriti] n. 安全,保障

security [si'kjuəriti] 安全性

安理会 Security Council

公检法 " public security organs, procuratorial organs and people's courts"

纳斯达克 National Association of Securities Deal Automated Quotations (NASDAQ)

券商 securities trader

社会治安情况 public security situation

社会保障制度 social security system

中央综治委“严打”整治斗争检查组 Strike-hard Campaign Inspection Group of Central Committee for Comprehensive Management of Public Security.

中国证监会 China's Securities Regulatory Commission

证券营业部 stock exchange; security exchange

证券监督管理委员会 securities supervision commission

Securities Agency 证券公司

Securities Agency 证券公司

Standard for Security Services in Fire Loss Prevention

Premises Security Code

Installation of Premises Security Equipment

Security Door 安全门

Securities and Exchange Commission 证券交易委员会

Social Security Number (SSN)(社会保险号码):美国政府为个人编的号码,用于在其工资

Social Security Number (SSN)(社会保险号码):美国政府为个人编的号码,用于在其工资中扣除老年、遗眷和残疾保险费,同时也用于有关的税款事宜。任何有固定工作的人或有银行帐户的人都必须有这样一个号码。许多学校把社会保险号码作为鉴定学生身份的号码。

closed-end securities investment fund 封闭式证券投资基金;

open-end securities investment fund 开放式证券投资基金;

证券营业部 stock exchange; security exchange

经济安全 economic security

社会保险机构 social security institution

security 证券业

副保; 抵押品; 付属担保物 collateral security

受压 / 濒临破产的证券 Distressed Securities

Panel on Security [Provisional Legislative Council] 保安事务委员会〔临时立法会〕

民商法学(含劳动法学、社会保障法学) Civil Law and Commercial Law (including Science of Labour Law and Science of Social Security Law )

社会保障学 Social Security

Securities Custody Clerk 保安人员

Security Officer 安全人员

公安部 Ministry of Public Security

国家安全部 Ministry of State Security

劳动和社会 保障部 Ministry of Labour and Social Security

中国证券监督管理委员会 China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRS)

欧洲安全与合作组织(欧安组织,原欧洲安全与合作会议) Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE, formerly known as Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe)

亚太安全合作理事会 Council on Security Cooperation in Asia and Pacific Region (CSCAP)

Reform of social security system 社会保险制度改革

Construction of a multi-layer social security system 建立多层次的社会保障制度

book-entry securities 记帐证券

convertible securities 可兑换证券

debt security 债务证券

discount securities 折扣证券

equity security 股票

guaranteed security 担保证券

inflation indexed security 通货膨胀指数债券

job security 工作保障

listed security 上市证券

secondary securities market 二级证券市场

Securities 证券,股票

securities act 证券管理条例

securities analysis 股市分析

securities and investment 证券与投资

securities company 证券公司

Securities and Exchange Commission 证券交易委员会

securities exchange tax 证券交易税

securities issue 证券发行

securities market 证券市场

Security 担保,保证,保证金,安全

security deposit 保证金

security rating 股票,证券的信用风险评级

security right 担保权

social security 社会保障,社会保险

social security act 社会保障法

social security number 社会保险号码

social security reform 社会保险改革

stock equity securities 股权证券

NASDAQ National Association od Securities 全国证券商自动报价系统协会

unlisted securities 非挂牌上市证券

value securities 有价证券

汽车保全系统 Car Security System

Security is the mother of danger and the grandmother of destruction.

strict security measures

The money I've saved is my security against hard times.

For security reasons the passengers have to be searched.

A family provides security and a form of protection for its members.

They do not have security in their work, because the government does not protect them from unemployment.

His possession of documents in his home was, at the very least, a violation of Navy security regulations.

They lulled me into a false sense of security.

The airport authorities have promised to review their security measurements.

Danger is next neighbour to security.

Our own actions are our security, not others' judgements.

"After his restaurant failed, Bill couln't pay back the money he had borrowed from the bank. He was afraid the bank would take the house he'd put up as security. But his dad bailed him out and paid the loan off for him."

安全 security; safety; sureness

安全性 security

保证金 recognizance; security; bail

安保 [ān bǎo] /(abbreviation) maintain security/

安理会 [ān lǐ huì] /UN Security Council/

安全 [ān quán] /safe/secure/safety/security/

安全考虑 [ān quán kǎo lǜ] /security consideration/

安全理事会 [ān quán lǐ shì huì] /the U.N. security Council/

安全问题 [ān quán wèn tí] /safety issue/security issue/

安全性 [ān quán xìng] /security/safety/

安全与交换委员会 [ān quán yǔ jiāo huàn wěi yuán huì] /Securities and Exchange Communication/SEC/

保安 [bǎo ān] /ensure public security/ensure safety (for workers engaged in production)/public security/

保安自动化 [bǎo ān zì dòng huà] /security automation/

报案 [bào àn] /report a case to the security authorities/

伯杰 [bó jié] /(Samuel) Berger (US National Security Advisor)/

常任理事国 [cháng rèn lǐ shì guó] /permanent member state (of UN Security Council)/

公安 [gōng ān] /(Ministry of) Public Security/public safety/public security/

公安部 [gōng ān bù] /Ministry of Public Security/

公安局 [gōng ān jú] /Public Security Bureau/

国家安全 [guó jiā ān quán] /national security/

经济安全 [jīng jì ān quán] /economic security/

警卫 [jǐng wèi] /(security) guard/

纳指 [nà zhǐ] /NASDAQ/National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations, a computerized data system to provide brokers with price quotations for securities traded over the counter/

欧洲安全与合作组织 [ōu zhōu ān quán yǔ hé zuò zǔ zhī] /Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)/

太平 [tài píng] /peace and security/

辛贝特 [xīn bèi tè] /Shin Bet (Israel national security service)/

证券 [zhèng quàn] /(financial) securities/negotiable securities/

治安 [zhì ān] /law and order/public security/

中国证监会 [zhōng guó zhèng jiàn huì] /China Securities Regulatory Commission/

资产担保证券 [zī chǎn dān bǎo zhèng quàn] /asset-backed security/ABS/

The examples of Virtual Vineyards, Amazon.com, and other pioneers show that a Web site selling the right kind of products with the right mix of interactivity, hospitality, and security will attract online customers.
像Virtual Vineyards和Amazon.com及其他开拓者的例子说明:一个销售适类商品的网站,如果将交互性、热情服务、安全性合理结合,肯定会吸引网上用户的。

{adj: Iranian, Persian} of or relating to Iran or its people or language or culture
"Iranian mountains"
"Iranian security police"

{adj: assured} characterized by certainty or security
"a tiny but assured income"
"we can never have completely assured lives"

{adj: convertible, exchangeable} capable of being exchanged for or replaced by something of equal value
"convertible securities"
<-> inconvertible

{adj: declassified} having had security classification removed

{adj: dispossessed, homeless, roofless} physically or spiritually homeless or deprived of security
"made a living out of shepherding dispossed people from one country to another"- James Stern

{adj: gilt-edged} of the highest quality or value
"gilt-edged securities"
"gilt-edged credentials"

{adj: insecure, unsafe} lacking in security or safety
"his fortune was increasingly insecure"
"an insecure future"
<-> secure

{adj: long-dated} of a gilt-edged security; having more than 15 years to run before redemption

{adj: long} holding securities or commodities in expectation of a rise in prices
"is long on coffee"
"a long position in gold"
<-> short

{adj: mystic, mystical} relating to or resembling mysticism
"mystical intuition"
"mystical theories about the securities market"

{adj: nonsensitive, unrestricted} never having had security classification

{adj: not traded} (of securities) not admitted to trading privileges in an exchange

{adj: over-the-counter, otc} (of securities) not quoted on a stock exchange
"over-the-counter stocks"

{adj: propertied, property-owning} owning land or securities as a principal source of revenue

{adj: recorded} (of securities) having the owner's name entered in a register
"recorded holders of a stock"

{adj: rigorous, stringent, tight} demanding strict attention to rules and procedures
"rigorous discipline"
"tight security"
"stringent safety measures"

{adj: sensitive} of or pertaining to classified information or matters affecting national security

{adj: short-dated} of a gilt-edged security; having less than 5 years to run before redemption

{adj: short} not holding securities or commodities that one sells in expectation of a fall in prices
"a short sale"
"short in cotton"
<-> long

{adj: traded} (of securities) bought and sold on a stock exchange

{adj: traditional} pertaining to time-honored orthodox doctrines
"the simple security of traditional assumptions has vanished"

{adj: unclassified} not subject to a security classification
<-> classified

{adj: undistributed} (of investments) not distributed among a variety of securities

{adj: uneasy} lacking a sense of security or affording no ease or reassurance
"farmers were uneasy until rain finally came"
"uneasy about his health"
"gave an uneasy laugh"
"uneasy lies the head that wears the crown"
"an uneasy coalition government"
"an uneasy calm"
"an uneasy silence fell on the group"
<-> easy

{adj: unguaranteed, unsecured} without financial security
"an unsecured note"

{adj: wireless} having no wires
"a wireless security system"
<-> wired

{adv: truculently} in an aggressively truculent manner
"they strive for security by truculently asserting their own interests"

{n: Astana, Akmola, capital of Kazakhstan} remote city of Kazakhstan that (ostensibly for security reasons) was made the capital in 1998

{n: Bureau of Diplomatic Security, DS} the bureau in the State Department that is responsible for the security of diplomats and embassies overseas

{n: Canadian Security Intelligence Service, CSIS} Canada's main foreign intelligence agency that gathers and analyzes information to provide security intelligence for the Canadian government

{n: Central Intelligence Agency, CIA} an independent agency of the United States government responsible for collecting and coordinating intelligence and counterintelligence activities abroad in the national interest; headed by the Director of Central Intelligence under the supervision of the President and National Security Council

{n: Central Intelligence Machinery, CIM} the United Kingdom's central unit for the tasking and coordination and funding of intelligence and security agencies

{n: Committee for State Security, KGB, Soviet KGB} formerly the predominant security police organization of Soviet Russia

{n: Communications Security Establishment, CSE} Canadian agency that gathers communications intelligence and assist law enforcement and security agencies

{n: Department of Defense Laboratory System, LABLINK} a defense laboratory that provides essential services in fundamental science for national security and environmental protection and provides technologies that contribute to industrial competitiveness

{n: Department of Defense, Defense Department, United States Department of Defense, Defense, DoD} the federal department responsible for safeguarding national security of the United States; created in 1947

{n: Druze, Druse} an adherent of an esoteric monotheistic religious sect living in the relative security of the mountains of Syria and Lebanon who believes that Al-hakim was an incarnation of God
"a Druze is permitted to conform outwardly to the faith of the unbelievers among whom he lives"

{n: FICA} a tax on employees and employers that is used to fund the Social Security system

{n: Federal Protective Service, FPS} an agency in the General Services Administration that is a security organization to provide a safe environment where Federal agencies can conduct their business

{n: Federal Security Bureau, FSB, Federal Security Service} the internal counterintelligence agency of the Russian Federation and successor to the Soviet KGB; formerly led by Vladimir Putin

{n: Force 17} formed in 1972 as a personal security force for Arafat and other PLO leaders; became one of PLO's elite units; has built an extensive infrastructure of terrorist cells and weapon depots in Europe while attacking Israeli targets

{n: Fort Meade, Fort George Gordon Meade, Fort George G. Meade} a United States Army base in Maryland; headquarters of the National Security Agency

{n: Homeland Security, Office of Homeland Security} an independent agency established by and accountable to the President in 2001; develops and implements a national strategy to make the United States safe from terrorist threats or attacks

{n: International Relations and Security Network, ISN} Switzerland's information network for security and defense studies and for peace and conflict research and for international relations

{n: Iraqi Intelligence Service, IIS, Iraqi Mukhabarat} the most notorious and possibly the most important arm of Iraq's security system
"the Iraqi Mukhabarat has been involved in numerous terrorist activities"

{n: National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations, NASDAQ} a computerized data system to provide brokers with price quotations for securities traded over the counter

{n: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, NGA} a combat support agency that provides geographic intelligence in support of national security

{n: National Security Agency, NSA} the United States cryptologic organization that coordinates and directs highly specialized activities to protect United States information systems and to produce foreign intelligence information

{n: National Security Council, NSC} a committee in the executive branch of government that advises the president on foreign and military and national security; supervises the Central Intelligence Agency

{n: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO} an international organization created in 1949 by the North Atlantic Treaty for purposes of collective security

{n: Office of Naval Intelligence, ONI} the military intelligence agency that provides for the intelligence and counterintelligence and investigative and security requirements of the United States Navy

{n: Putin, Vladimir Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin} Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000; formerly director of the Federal Security Bureau (born in 1952)

{n: Revolutionary People's Liberation Party, Revolutionary People's Liberation Front} an extreme Marxist terrorist organization in Turkey that is opposed to NATO and the United States; attacks Turkish security and military officials

{n: Secret Intelligence Service, MI, Military Intelligence Section 6} the government agency in the United Kingdom that is responsible for internal security and counterintelligence overseas

{n: Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC} an independent federal agency that oversees the exchange of securities to protect investors

{n: Security Council, SC} a permanent council of the United Nations; responsible for preserving world peace

{n: Security Intelligence Review Committee, SIRC} an agency of the Canadian government that oversees the activities of the Criminal Intelligence Services of Canada and has the power to intrude on the privacy of suspected terrorists or spies

{n: Security Service, MI, Military Intelligence Section 5} the government agency in the United Kingdom that is responsible for internal security and counterintelligence on British territory

{n: Shin Bet, General Security Services} the Israeli domestic counterintelligence and internal security agency
"the Shin Bet also handles overall security for Israel's national airline"

{n: Social Security Administration, SSA} an independent government agency responsible for the social security system

{n: Social Security number} the number of a particular individual's social security account

{n: Social Security} social welfare program in the U.S.; includes old-age and survivors insurance and some unemployment insurance and old-age assistance

{n: Special Branch} a government police department dealing with political security

{n: Townsend, Francis Everett Townsend} United States social reformer who proposed an old-age pension sponsored by the federal government; his plan was a precursor to Social Security (1867-1960)

{n: Transportation Security Administration, TSA} an agency established in 2001 to safeguard United States transportation systems and insure safe air travel

{n: Treasury note} securities with maturities of 1 to 10 years; sold for cash or in exchange for maturing issues or at auction

{n: United Nations, UN} an organization of independent states formed in 1945 to promote international peace and security

{n: United States Secret Service, US Secret Service, USSS, Secret Service, SS} the United States intelligence agency that protects current and former presidents and vice presidents and their immediate families and protects distinguished foreign visitors; detects and apprehends counterfeiters; suppresses forgery of government securities and documents

{n: Wall Street, the Street} used to allude to the securities industry of the United States

{n: air marshal, sky marshal} a person trained by the government in hijacking and terrorist tactics who (for security reasons) is a passenger aboard an airline flight

{n: analyst} an expert who studies financial data (on credit or securities or sales or financial patterns etc.) and recommends appropriate business actions

{n: arbitrageur, arbitrager, arb} someone who engages in arbitrage (who purchases securities in one market for immediate resale in another in the hope of profiting from the price differential)

{n: bank guard} a security guard at a bank

{n: bear market} a market characterized by falling prices for securities

{n: bid price} (stock market) the price at which a broker is willing to buy a certain security

{n: blue sky law} a state law regulating the sale of securities in an attempt to control the sale of securities in fraudulent enterprises

{n: brokerage account} a fund that a customer has entrusted to a securities brokerage
"you can't get a brokerage account unless you have $20,000"

{n: brokerage, brokerage firm, securities firm} a stock broker's business; charges a fee to act as intermediary between buyer and seller

{n: bull market} a market characterized by rising prices for securities

{n: capital account} (economics) that part of the balance of payments recording a nation's outflow and inflow of financial securities

{n: cash account} an account with a securities brokerage whose transactions are settled on a cash basis
<-> margin account

{n: censoring, censorship, security review} counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy

{n: central bank} a government monetary authority that issues currency and regulates the supply of credit and holds the reserves of other banks and sells new issues of securities for the government

{n: chartist} a stock market analyst who tries to predict market trends from graphs of recent prices of securities

{n: chattel mortgage} a loan to buy some personal item; the item (or chattel) is security for the loan

{n: chemical terrorism} terrorism using the chemical agents of chemical warfare; can undermine the personal security of citizens
"a good agent for chemical terrorism should be colorless and odorless and inexpensive and readily available and not detectable until symptoms are experienced"

{n: collateral} a security pledged for the repayment of a loan

{n: collective security} a system for international peace

{n: conditional sale} a security interest taken by the seller in return for credit

{n: consequence, import, moment} having important effects or influence
"decisions of great consequence are made by the president himself"
"virtue is of more moment that security"
<-> inconsequence

{n: conversion} act of exchanging one type of money or security for another

{n: convertible bond} a bond that can be converted to other securities under certain conditions

{n: convertible, convertible security} a corporate security (usually bonds or preferred stock) that can be exchanged for another form of security (usually common stock)

{n: counterintelligence} intelligence activities concerned with identifying and counteracting the threat to security posed by hostile intelligence organizations or by individuals engaged in espionage or sabotage or subversion or terrorism

{n: curb market} a stock market for trading in securities not listed on the New York Stock Exchange

{n: data encryption} (computer science) the encryption of data for security purposes

{n: deposit} money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use
"his deposit was refunded when he returned the car"

{n: derivative instrument, derivative} a financial instrument whose value is based on another security

{n: distress, distraint} the seizure and holding of property as security for payment of a debt or satisfaction of a claim
"Originally distress was a landlord's remedy against a tenant for unpaid rents or property damage but now the landlord is given a landlord's lien"

{n: easy street} financial security

{n: endorser, indorser} a person who transfers his ownership interest in something by signing a check or negotiable security

{n: facial profiling} identification of criminals and terrorist by means of videotapes of their faces
"facial profiling is a new form of airport security"

{n: field press censorship} security review of news (including all information or material intended for dissemination to the public) subject to the jurisdiction of the armed forces

{n: financial analyst, securities analyst} an analyst who studies the financial performance of corporations

{n: firewall} (computing) a security system consisting of a combination of hardware and software that limits the exposure of a computer or computer network to attack from crackers; commonly used on local area networks that are connected to the internet

{n: force, personnel} group of people willing to obey orders
"a public force is necessary to give security to the rights of citizens"

{n: ghetto} any segregated mode of living or working that results from bias or stereotyping
"the relative security of the gay ghetto"
"no escape from the ghetto of the typing pool"

{n: government bond} a bond that is an IOU on the United States Treasury; considered the safest security in the investment world

{n: government security, agency security} a security issued by United States government agencies or the Farm Credit System

{n: harbor, harbour} a place of refuge and comfort and security

{n: hard time} a term served in a maximum security prison

{n: holy of holies} (figurative) something regarded as sacred or inviolable
"every politician fears to touch that holy of holies, the Social Security System"

{n: home} an environment offering affection and security
"home is where the heart is"
"he grew up in a good Christian home"
"there's no place like home"

{n: identity theft} the co-option of another person's personal information (e.g., name, Social Security number, credit card number, passport) without that person's knowledge and the fraudulent use of such knowledge

{n: insecurity} the state of being subject to danger or injury
<-> security

{n: investment banker, underwriter} a banker who deals chiefly in underwriting new securities

{n: investment company, investment trust, investment firm, fund} a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies

{n: investment letter} a letter of intent saying that a letter security is being bought for investment and not for resale; avoids need for SEC registration

{n: investors club} a club of small investors who buy and sell securities jointly

{n: issuer} an institution that issues something (securities or publications or currency etc.)

{n: letter bond} a bond that has not been registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and cannot be sold to the general public

{n: letter security} a stock or bond that is not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and cannot be sold in the public market

{n: letter stock} stock that has not been registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and cannot be sold to the general public

{n: leveraged buyout} a buyout using borrowed money; the target company's assets are usually security for the loan
"a leveraged buyout by upper management can be used to combat hostile takeover bids"

{n: listed security} a security that has been accepted for trading by one of the organized and registered securities exchanges in the US
<-> unlisted security

{n: margin account} an account with a securities brokerage in which the broker extends credit
<-> cash account

{n: margin, security deposit} the amount of collateral a customer deposits with a broker when borrowing from the broker to buy securities

{n: market, securities industry} the securities markets in the aggregate
"the market always frustrates the small investor"

{n: microdot} photograph reduced to the size of a dot (usually for purposes of security)

{n: mortgage-backed security} a security created when a group of mortgages are gathered together and bonds are sold to other institutions or the public; investors receive a portion of the interest payments on the mortgages as well as the principal payments; usually guaranteed by the government

{n: mortgage} a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan

{n: naked option} a put or call option for which the seller or buyer has no underlying security position

{n: noncallable bond} a bond containing a provision that the holder cannot redeem the security before a specific date (usually at maturity)

{n: nondepository financial institution} a financial institution that funds their investment activities from the sale of securities or insurance

{n: nondiscretionary trust, fixed investment trust} an investment trust that can buy only those securities listed when the trust was organized

{n: number, identification number} a numeral or string of numerals that is used for identification
"she refused to give them her Social Security number"

{n: offer price} (stock market) the price at which a broker is willing to sell a certain security

{n: over-the-counter market, OTC market} a stock exchange where securities transactions are made via telephone and computer rather than on the floor of an exchange

{n: par value, face value, nominal value} the value of a security that is set by the company issuing it; unrelated to market value

{n: patrol} a detachment used for security or reconnaissance

{n: patrol} a group that goes through a region at regular intervals for the purpose of security

{n: patrol} the activity of going around or through an area at regular intervals for security purposes

{n: pawn ticket} a pawnbroker's receipt for articles taken as security

{n: pawnbroker's shop, pawnshop, loan office} a shop where loans are made with personal property as security

{n: pawnbroker} a person who lends money at interest in exchange for personal property that is deposited as security

{n: pawn} an article deposited as security

{n: pawn} borrowing and leaving an article as security for repayment of the loan

{n: peace, public security} the general security of public places
"he was arrested for disturbing the peace"

{n: pledge} a deposit of personal property as security for a debt
"his saxophone was in pledge"

{n: prospectus} a formal written offer to sell securities (filed with the SEC) that sets forth a plan for a (proposed) business enterprise
"a prospectus should contain the facts that an investor needs to make an informed decision"

{n: quotation} a statement of the current market price of a security or commodity

{n: recognizance, recognisance} (law) a security entered into before a court with a condition to perform some act required by law; on failure to perform that act a sum is forfeited

{n: recourse, refuge, resort} something or someone turned to for assistance or security
"his only recourse was the police"
"took refuge in lying"

{n: redemption} repayment of the principal amount of a debt or security at or before maturity (as when a corporation repurchases its own stock)

{n: registered security} a security whose owner's name is recorded on the books of the issuer (or issuer's agent)

{n: safety net} a guarantee of professional or financial security

{n: screener} a guard at an airport who checks passengers or their luggage at a security checkpoint

{n: securities law} the body of laws governing the issuance and selling of securities

{n: security blanket} a blanket (or toy) that a child carries around in order to reduce anxiety

{n: security blanket} anything that an adult person uses to reduce their anxiety

{n: security consultant} an adviser about alarm systems to prevent burglaries

{n: security director} head of a private security force working for a business or industry

{n: security force, private security force} a privately employed group hired to protect the security of a business or industry

{n: security intelligence} intelligence on the identity and capability and intentions of hostile individuals or organizations that may be engaged in espionage or sabotage or subversion or terrorism

{n: security interest} any interest in a property that secures the payment of an obligation

{n: security staff} those in an organization responsible for preventing spying or theft

{n: security system, security measure, security} an electrical device that sets off an alarm when someone tries to break in

{n: security system} (computing) a system that enforces boundaries between computer networks

{n: security, certificate} a formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment; the holder has a right to receive interest or dividends
"he held several valuable securities"

{n: security, protection} defense against financial failure; financial independence
"his pension gave him security in his old age"
"insurance provided protection against loss of wages due to illness"

{n: security, security department} a department responsible for the security of the institution's property and workers
"the head of security was a former policeman"

{n: security, security measures} measures taken as a precaution against theft or espionage or sabotage etc.
"military security has been stepped up since the recent uprising"

{n: security, surety} a guarantee that an obligation will be met

{n: security, surety} property that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation
"bankers are reluctant to lend without good security"

{n: security} freedom from anxiety or fear
"the watch dog gave her a feeling of security"

{n: security} the state of being free from danger or injury
"we support the armed services in the name of national security"
<-> insecurity

{n: sense} a general conscious awareness
"a sense of security"
"a sense of happiness"
"a sense of danger"
"a sense of self"

{n: shinplaster} paper money of little value issued on insufficient security

{n: short account} a brokerage account of someone who sells short (sells securities he does not own)

{n: short covering} the purchase of securities or commodities by a short seller to close out a short sale

{n: short sale, short selling} sale of securities or commodity futures not owned by the seller (who hopes to buy them back later at a lower price)

{n: sinking fund} a fund accumulated regularly in a separate account and used to redeem debt securities

{n: stock exchange, stock market, securities market} an exchange where security trading is conducted by professional stockbrokers

{n: stock power} a power of attorney document to transfer ownership of a registered security from the owner to another party

{n: stock symbol} the letters used to identify listed companies on the securities exchanges where they are traded

{n: stop order, stop-loss order} an order to a broker to sell (buy) when the price of a security falls (rises) to a designated level

{n: subsistence} minimal (or marginal) resources for subsisting
"social security provided only a bare subsistence"

{n: support level} (stock market) the price at which a certain security becomes attractive to investors

{n: tax-exempt security, tax-exempt} a security that is not subject to taxation

{n: tender offer} an offer to buy shares in a corporation (usually above the market price) for cash or securities or both

{n: terrorist cell, radical cell} a cell of terrorists (usually 3 to 5 members)
"to insure operational security the members of adjacent terrorist cells usually don't know each other or the identity of their leadership"

{n: the City} used to allude to the securities industry of Great Britain

{n: trading} buying or selling securities or commodities

{n: unit investment trust, unit trust} a regulated investment company consisting of professional managers who issue redeemable securities representing a portfolio of many different securities
"you can invest in a unit investment trust for as little as $1000"

{n: unlisted security, over the counter security, OTC security} a security traded in the over-the-counter market
<-> listed security

{n: wake-up call} a warning to take action concerning something that was overlooked or neglected
"the bombing was a wake-up call to strengthen domestic security"

{n: warrant, stock warrant, stock-purchase warrant} a type of security issued by a corporation (usually together with a bond or preferred stock) that gives the holder the right to purchase a certain amount of common stock at a stated price
"as a sweetener they offered warrants along with the fixed-income securities"

{n: watchman, watcher, security guard} a guard who keeps watch

{n: zero coupon bond, zero-coupon bond} a bond that is issued at a deep discount from its value at maturity and pays no interest during the life of the bond; the commonest form of zero-coupon security

{n: zero-coupon security, zero coupon security} a security that makes no interest payments but instead is sold at a deep discount from its face value

{v: back up} make a copy of (a computer file) especially for storage in another place as a security cop
"You'd better back up these files!"

{v: bail} release after a security has been paid

{v: bail} secure the release of (someone) by providing security

{v: break, break out, break away} move away or escape suddenly
"The horses broke from the stable"
"Three inmates broke jail"
"Nobody can break out--this prison is high security"

{v: build up, work up, build, ramp up} bolster or strengthen
"We worked up courage"
"build up confidence"
"ramp up security in the airports"

{v: classify} declare unavailable, as for security reasons
"Classify these documents"
<-> declassify

{v: embargo} ban the publication of (documents), as for security or copyright reasons
"embargoed publications"

{v: encode, code, encipher, cipher, cypher, encrypt, inscribe, write in code} convert ordinary language into code
"We should encode the message for security reasons"
<-> decode

{v: escape, get away, break loose} run away from confinement
"The convicted murderer escaped from a high security prison"

{v: fund} invest money in government securities

{v: impound, attach, sequester, confiscate, seize} take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority
"The FBI seized the drugs"
"The customs agents impounded the illegal shipment"
"The police confiscated the stolen artwork"

{v: indemnify} secure against future loss, damage, or liability ; give security for
"This plan indemnifies workers against wages lost through illness"

{v: lull} calm by deception
"Don't let yourself be lulled into a false state of security"

{v: mortgage} put up as security or collateral

{v: negociate} sell or discount
"negociate securities"

{v: patrol, police} maintain the security of by carrying out a control

{v: plea-bargain} agree to plead guilty in return for a lesser charge
"If he plea-bargains, he will be sent to a medium-security prison for 8 years"

{v: retain, hold, keep back, hold back} secure and keep for possible future use or application
"The landlord retained the security deposit"
"I reserve the right to disagree"

{v: roll over} reinvest into a similar fund or security
"She rolled over her IRA"

{v: sell short} sell securities or commodities or foreign currency that is not actually owned by the seller, who hopes to cover (buy back) the sold items at a lower price and thus to earn a profit

What happens in Africa impacts on its relations with the world.
Sustainable growth and development therefore requires peace, security and stability.
And they require the unity of the African continent.

Conversely, conflicts and tensions that undermine stability and security can set back the progress that we have started to make on the path of development.

Conservatives and retired military men in the United States objected to what they alleged was a potential security risk from the control exercised by the Chinese company.

However, asked about the report, the State Department reaffirmed its view that the Hong Kong company's operation of the port facilities " does not pose a threat to U.S. national security ".
然而,当问及这份情报时,美国国务院重申自己的观点说,香港公司对港口设施的经营管理 "并不会对美国国家安全构成威胁 "。

Said Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. Craig Quigley " We don't consider this a security issue at all.
五角大楼发言人海军少将克雷格·奎格利说: "我们根本不认为这是一个安全问题。
It is a business issue. "
那是一个生意问题。 "

At first these groups were financed by rich citizens who were willing to pay for their security, but later they were taken over by the government, and their numbers increased.

Moreover, as a result of North Carolina being one of the first states in the US to deregulate banking, First Union " could wet its feet early acquiring companies and working in capital markets, insurance, asset management and securities, well ahead of the financial services deregulation act ", which was finally approved in November 1999, says Steven Bash, senior vice-president and managing director for Europe and emerging markets.
而且,由于北卡罗来纳州是美国首批解除对银行业务管制的州之一,第一联合公司 "得以尽早地涉足了收购公司和在资本市场保险、资产管理以及有价证券等领域中开展业务,这走在了解除金融业务管制法案的前面 ",该法案在 1999年 11月最终获得通过,高级副总裁兼欧洲和新兴市场总经理史蒂文·巴什这样说。

Denied compensation in France, facing legal bills and without long-term provision after his acrimonious parting from Fayed, the money has provided him with a two-bedroom house in Oswestry in Shropshire and some security.

Rees-Jones was one of 40 security men - 16-stone nannies hired to guard the Fayed family and pander to their whims.
里斯-琼斯是法耶德家雇来保护家人和迎合他们的突发奇想的 40名保安人员 "体重 128磅的保姆 "之一。

When he accompanied the couple to Paris on August 31, he was ready to resign over the gaps in security. 8月 31日他陪着多迪和戴安娜去巴黎时,他已由于缺乏安全保障准备辞去保镖的职务。

Rees-Jones has set up home with a new girlfriend and has a new security business in prospect.

It is bad enough the State Department had to admit that a note-book computer with sensitive material had vanished last January from its ultrasecure internal spy shop after Albright's inspector general warned about lax security there just months before.
因为国务院不得不承认:今年 1月,一部储存有敏感内容的笔记本电脑从极端安全的国务院内部间谍事务所消失了。这简直糟糕透顶。而就在几个月之前,奥尔布赖特的监察长还对那里不严格的安全措施提出过警告。

After that, another two weeks passed before State's in-house security service was called in.

" Security is synony-mous with the conduct of an effective foreign policy, " says Benjamin Gilman, chairman of the House International Relations Committee. " This serious lapse calls that into question. "

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