guard (someone or something) from (someone or something)

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guard (someone or something) from (someone or something)

To protect or shield someone or something from someone or something that is dangerous, troublesome, or bad. We're building a fence to try to guard our vegetable garden from hungry animals. Cameron tries to guard his scrawny little brother from the school bully as much as he can.
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guard someone or something from someone or something

to protect someone or something from someone or something. The assistant manager will guard your valuables from thieves. She guarded the kitten from the angry dog.
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Meanwhile, Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser barred private security guards from entering the parliament.
While retired guards from the Army should have a week of training.This situation puts patients and hospital staff at a high risk during a potential threat, during which a guard employed at the hospital may be using the weapon for the first time.
Police said four guards from a private security company collected Rs14 million from a bank located on G.T.