They confirmed the importance of strengthening global precautions in order to prevent devastating losses.
prevents data leakage
Governments can prevent terrorism by fighting countries that support terrorist organisations.
If you say that you cannot help doing something, you mean you cannot prevent or avoid it.
In order to prevent a further drop of the Japanese currency, the Bank of Japan intervened in the market to support it at around 150 yen to the dollar.
To prevent hijacks, all carry-on baggage is carefully inspected.
In the event that asbestos-covered mesh is found, ensure its safety by damping the asbestos portion to prevent dust release and wrapping in a plastic bag.
In short some guns have excellent security systems to prevent accidental firing (e.g. when dropped), others don't.
Educate against hate. The verb prevent means "to keep something from happening,"
prevent [a fire, disaster, a disease, an illness, the spread of [disease] to [others, the rest of the body], it (from) happening (again), further damage, such [problems, attacks, abuses] from occurring again, unauthorized access (to) prevent sb from [ing]
the general principles of risk prevention and with the safety and health regulations applying at the construction site and that they monitor work procedures to ensure proper application
Hobbyists must keep their machines flying lower than 400 feet (122 meters) and at least 5 miles (8 kilometers) from airports to prevent conflicts with manned aircraft.
They inspect the facilities that are insured and suggest improvements to prevent losses.
Maintaining a good support network is a terrific way to prevent the formation of bad habits.
preventing trafficking of women and children