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cov·er·age

 (kŭv′ər-ĭj)
n.
1. The extent or degree to which something is observed, analyzed, and reported: complete news coverage of the election.
2.
a. Inclusion in an insurance policy or protective plan.
b. The extent of protection afforded by an insurance policy.
3. The amount of funds reserved to meet liabilities.
4. The percentage of persons reached by a medium of communication, such as television or a newspaper.

coverage

(ˈkʌvərɪdʒ)
n
1. the amount or extent to which something is covered
2. (Journalism & Publishing) journalism the amount and quality of reporting or analysis given to a particular subject or event
3. (Insurance) the extent of the protection provided by insurance
4. (Banking & Finance) finance
a. the value of liquid assets reserved to meet liabilities
b. the ratio of liquid assets to specific liabilities
c. the ratio of total net profit to distributed profit in a company
5. (Communications & Information) the section of the public reached by a medium of communication

cov•er•age

(ˈkʌv ər ɪdʒ, ˈkʌv rɪdʒ)

n.
1. protection against a risk or risks specified in an insurance policy.
2. the reporting or broadcasting of news: coverage of the Olympics.
3. the extent to which something is covered.
4. the area or number of persons served or reached by a communications medium.
[1910–15, Amer.]

coverage

1. The ground area represented on imagery, photomaps, mosaics, maps, and other geographical presentation systems.
2. (DOD only) Cover or protection, as the coverage of troops by supporting fire.
3. (DOD only) The extent to which intelligence information is available in respect to any specified area of interest.
4. (DOD only) The summation of the geographical areas and volumes of aerospace under surveillance. See also comparative cover.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coverage - the total amount and type of insurance carriedcoverage - the total amount and type of insurance carried
amount, amount of money, sum, sum of money - a quantity of money; "he borrowed a large sum"; "the amount he had in cash was insufficient"
2.coverage - the extent to which something is covered; "the dictionary's coverage of standard English is excellent"
extent - the distance or area or volume over which something extends; "the vast extent of the desert"; "an orchard of considerable extent"
3.coverage - the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or televisioncoverage - the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television; "they accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations"
news - information reported in a newspaper or news magazine; "the news of my death was greatly exaggerated"

coverage

noun reporting, treatment, analysis, description, reportage Now a special TV network gives live coverage of most races.

coverage

noun
The reporting of news:
Translations
تَغْطِيـَهتَغْطِيـه، حِمايَه
krytízpravodajství
dækning
tryggingumfjöllun
spravodajstvo
kapsamyer verme/alma

coverage

[ˈkʌvərɪdʒ] N
1. (Press) → reportaje m
to give full coverage to an event (= report widely) → dar amplia difusión a un suceso; (= report in depth) → informar a fondo sobre un suceso
2. (Insurance) → cobertura f

coverage

[ˈkʌvərɪdʒ] n
(in media)reportage m
television coverage of the conference
BUT retransmission télévisée de la conférence.
to give full coverage to → assurer la couverture complète de
(INSURANCE)couverture fcover band n groupe spécialisé dans les reprises de chansons célèbrescover charge ncouvert m (à payer dans un restaurant)

coverage

n no pl
(in media) → Berichterstattung f (→ of über +acc); to give full coverage to an eventausführlich über ein Ereignis berichten; the games got excellent TV coveragedie Spiele wurden ausführlich im Fernsehen gebracht
(Insur) → Versicherung f; this policy gives you full coverage for …diese Versicherung bietet Ihnen volle Deckung bei …

coverage

[ˈkʌvərɪdʒ] n (Press, TV, Radio) to give full coverage to an eventfare un ampio servizio su un avvenimento, dare grande spazio or risonanza a un avvenimento
the visit got nationwide coverage (Radio, TV) → la visita fu trasmessa su tutta la rete nazionale

cover

(ˈkavə) verb
1. to put or spread something on, over or in front of. They covered (up) the body with a sheet; My shoes are covered in paint.
2. to be enough to pay for. Will 10 dollars cover your expenses?
3. to travel. We covered forty miles in one day.
4. to stretch over a length of time etc. His diary covered three years.
5. to protect. Are we covered by your car insurance?
6. to report on. I'm covering the race for the local newspaper.
7. to point a gun at. I had him covered.
noun
1. something which covers, especially a cloth over a table, bed etc. a table-cover; a bed-cover; They replaced the cover on the manhole.
2. something that gives protection or shelter. The soldiers took cover from the enemy gunfire; insurance cover.
3. something that hides. He escaped under cover of darkness.
ˈcoverage (-ridʒ) noun
1. the amount of protection given by insurance. insurance coverage.
2. the extent of the inclusion of items in a news report etc. The TV coverage of the Olympic Games was extensive.
ˈcovering noun
My car has a covering of dirt.
ˈcover-girl noun
a girl pictured on a magazine cover.
ˈcover story noun
the main story in a magazine that goes with a picture on the front cover.
ˈcover-up noun
an attempt to hide or conceal (something illegal or dishonest).

coverage

n (insurance, etc.) cobertura
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