Guaranteed vs Reliable - What's the difference?
As a verb guaranteed
As an adjective reliable is
suitable]] or fit to be [[rely on|relied on; worthy of dependence or reliance; trustworthy.
As a noun reliable is
something or someone or dependable.
Anything that assures a certain outcome.
A written declaration that a certain product will be fit for a purpose and work correctly.
- Can you give me a guarantee that he will be fit for the match?
A person who gives such a guarantee; a guarantor.
- The cooker comes with a 5-year guarantee .
The person to whom a guarantee is made.
To assure that something will get done right.
To assume responsibility for a debt.
To make something certain.
- The long sunny days guarantee a good crop.
Suitable]] or fit to be [[rely on, relied on; worthy of dependence or reliance; trustworthy
- A reliable witness to the truth of the miracles. -- .
- The best means, and most reliable pledge, of a higher object. -- .
(signal processing, of a communication protocol) Such that either a sent packet will reach its destination, even if it requires retransmission, or the sender will be told that it didn't
- According to General Livingston's humorous account, his own village of Elizabethtown was not much more reliable , being peopled in those agitated times by unknown, unrecommended strangers, guilty-looking Tories, and very knavish Whigs. --.
Something or someone or dependable
- the old reliables