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be secure

be secure
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to be reliable)
a. ser seguro
I want a job that's secure and pays well.Quiero un trabajo que sea seguro y que pague bien.
2. (to be without risk)
a. ser seguro
Do you think using a credit card on this website is secure?¿Crees que es seguro usar una tarjeta de crédito en esta página web?
3. (to be firm)
a. estar bien sujeto
The canoe is strapped to the roof of the car, and I think it’s secure.La canoa está amarrada al techo del carro y creo que está bien sujeta.
b. estar asegurado
You need to listen for that click to know that the latch is secure.Tienes que escuchar ese chasquido para saber que el pestillo está asegurado.
c. estar seguro
The instructor warned the climber not to go up because the anchor the line was attached to wasn't secure.El instructor advirtió al escalador que no subiera porque el anclaje al que estaba atado el cabo no estaba seguro.
4. (to feel confident)
a. sentirse seguro
All that bravado is just a lame attempt to hide the fact that he's not very secure in his masculinity.Toda esa bravuconería es solo un pobre intento de ocultar el hecho de que no se siente muy seguro de su masculinidad.
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