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Translation of "insure" - English-Spanish dictionary

insure

verb   /ɪnˈʃʊər/ ( present participle insuring, past tense and past participle insured)
to buy insurance from a company asegurar I need to get my car insured.
(Definition of insure from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

insure

verb /inˈʃuə/
to arrange for the payment of a sum of money in the event of the loss of (something) or accident or injury to (someone) asegurar Is your car insured? Employers have to insure employees against accident.
insurance 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 seguro house insurance (also adjective) insurance companies.
insurance policy noun ( plural insurance policies)
(a document setting out) an agreement with an insurance company. póliza de seguros
(Definition of insure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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