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co·in·sure

 (kō′ĭn-sho͝or′)
tr.v. co·in·sured, co·in·sur·ing, co·in·sures
1. To insure jointly.
2. To insure with coinsurance.

coinsure

(ˌkəʊɪnˈʃʊə; -ˈʃɔː)
vb
1. (Insurance) (intr) to take out coinsurance
2. (Insurance) to insure (property) jointly with another
ˌcoinˈsurer n

co•in•sure

(ˌkoʊ ɪnˈʃʊər, -ˈʃɜr-)

v.t. -sured, -sur•ing.
to insure jointly.
[1895–1900]
co`in•sur′er, n.

coinsure


Past participle: coinsured
Gerund: coinsuring

Imperative
coinsure
coinsure
Present
I coinsure
you coinsure
he/she/it coinsures
we coinsure
you coinsure
they coinsure
Preterite
I coinsured
you coinsured
he/she/it coinsured
we coinsured
you coinsured
they coinsured
Present Continuous
I am coinsuring
you are coinsuring
he/she/it is coinsuring
we are coinsuring
you are coinsuring
they are coinsuring
Present Perfect
I have coinsured
you have coinsured
he/she/it has coinsured
we have coinsured
you have coinsured
they have coinsured
Past Continuous
I was coinsuring
you were coinsuring
he/she/it was coinsuring
we were coinsuring
you were coinsuring
they were coinsuring
Past Perfect
I had coinsured
you had coinsured
he/she/it had coinsured
we had coinsured
you had coinsured
they had coinsured
Future
I will coinsure
you will coinsure
he/she/it will coinsure
we will coinsure
you will coinsure
they will coinsure
Future Perfect
I will have coinsured
you will have coinsured
he/she/it will have coinsured
we will have coinsured
you will have coinsured
they will have coinsured
Future Continuous
I will be coinsuring
you will be coinsuring
he/she/it will be coinsuring
we will be coinsuring
you will be coinsuring
they will be coinsuring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coinsuring
you have been coinsuring
he/she/it has been coinsuring
we have been coinsuring
you have been coinsuring
they have been coinsuring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coinsuring
you will have been coinsuring
he/she/it will have been coinsuring
we will have been coinsuring
you will have been coinsuring
they will have been coinsuring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coinsuring
you had been coinsuring
he/she/it had been coinsuring
we had been coinsuring
you had been coinsuring
they had been coinsuring
Conditional
I would coinsure
you would coinsure
he/she/it would coinsure
we would coinsure
you would coinsure
they would coinsure
Past Conditional
I would have coinsured
you would have coinsured
he/she/it would have coinsured
we would have coinsured
you would have coinsured
they would have coinsured
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.coinsure - take out coinsurance
insure - take out insurance for
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