insurance policy

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.insurance policy - written contract or certificate of insuranceinsurance policy - written contract or certificate of insurance; "you should have read the small print on your policy"
contract - a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law
floating policy, floater - an insurance policy covering loss of movable property (e.g. jewelry) regardless of its location
Translations
بُولِيصَةُ تَأمِيـنٌبوليصَة تَأمين
pojistka
forsikringspolice
vakuutussopimus
polica osiguranja
tryggingarsamningur
保険証書
보험증권
försäkringsbrev
กรมธรรม์ประกัน
hợp đồng bảo hiểm

insurance policy

npolizza d'assicurazione

insure

(inˈʃuə) verb
to arrange for the payment of a sum of money in the event of the loss of (something) or accident or injury to (someone). Is your car insured?; Employers have to insure employees against accident.
inˈsurance noun
the promise of a sum of money in event of loss eg by fire or other disaster, given in compensation by a company etc in return for regular payments. Have you paid the insurance on your jewellery?; (also adjective) insurance companies.
insurance policy
(a document setting out) an agreement with an insurance company.

insurance policy

بُولِيصَةُ تَأمِيـنٌ pojistka forsikringspolice Versicherungspolice ασφαλιστήριο συμβόλαιο póliza de seguros vakuutussopimus police d’assurance polica osiguranja polizza assicurativa 保険証書 보험증권 verzekeringspolis forsikringspolise polisa ubezpieczeniowa apólice de seguro страховой полис försäkringsbrev กรมธรรม์ประกัน sigorta poliçesi hợp đồng bảo hiểm 保单
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