Ensure in a sentence as a verb

Often no. How are you going to ensure they see your product let alone purchase it?

We made it at Twitter, so when we wanted to open source it, we went to Twitter to ensure it was good to go.

My main regret is that I don't have a marketing budget, because then I could ensure these jokers would never get any of it.

Not only should DigitalOcean be doing this to protect customer data, but they should be doing it to ensure the longevity of their SSDs.

The tension comes from rushing to process enough people to ensure you don't have to go without food, or turn off electricity, or not medicate your family.

They should raise the minimum wage for factory workers, create more stringent regulation and make great effort to ensure those regulations are followed.

The residents here are remarkably wealthy, we're talking Speilberg, Streisand, Geffen, and at times have hired their own private security to check people's ID to ensure they belong there.

Obama will ensure that federal agencies expedite the process for reviewing whistleblower claims and whistleblowers have full access to courts and due process.~Ouch.

There's more options available for media than there likely were when they first signed up for Netflix ... and if those competitors are smart, they'll target those customers to ensure they're aware of the alternatives.

That is not traditionally how things work though, and since Square is doing their best to get merchants paid as quickly as possible, it only seems fair that merchants would do their best to ensure Square they intend to honor their end of the bargain.

More than anything else, this describes an appalling failure at every level of the company's technical infrastructure to ensure even a basic degree of engineering rigor and fault tolerance.

Until a company learns how to ensure that a business is obtaining a profit from providing this massive discount, without cheapening the product, and cannibalizing existing sales, the daily deals industry will continue to fall by the wayside.

The money transmitter laws are basically laws that give state governments the authority to require that bonds be provided, that minimum capitalization requirements be met, and that other precautions taken, to ensure that whoever handles escrowed monies takes prudent steps to protect those whose funds are entrusted to them.

Ensure definitions


make certain of; "This nest egg will ensure a nice retirement for us"; "Preparation will guarantee success!"

See also: guarantee insure assure secure


be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something; "He verified that the valves were closed"; "See that the curtains are closed"; "control the quality of the product"

See also: check insure control ascertain assure