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"assured" in British English

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assuredadjective

uk   /əˈʃɔːd/  us   /əˈʃʊrd/
(Definition of assured from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"assured" in Business English

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assuredadjective

uk   us   /əˈʃʊəd/
certain to ​happen or be ​achieved: The ​agreementrequired South Korea to ​provide an assured ​market for American ​products. assured ​income/​profit
INSURANCE that is referred to in an assuranceagreement: The "sum assured" is ​normally the ​amount that will be ​paid out on a ​policy when the ​policymatures, or if you die before the ​term. This ​person will ​collect the ​benefit if the life assured (​person named in the ​assurancepolicy) dies before the ​policymatures.
-assured
used in ​compound words to refer to ​products that ​meetcertainqualitystandards: farm-assured meat quality-assured ​processes/​standards

assurednoun

uk   us   /əˈʃʊəd/
the assured
INSURANCE a ​person who is named in an ​insuranceagreement , especially for a ​type of ​insurance that will ​pay them ​money at the end of an ​agreedperiod, or the ​person who has the ​right to receive the ​money when the ​person named in the ​insuranceagreement dies
(Definition of assured from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “assured”
in Chinese (Simplified) 自信的, 艺高胆大的…
in Turkish güvenilir, güvenli, özgüveni olan…
in Russian уверенный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自信的, 藝高膽大的…
in Polish pewny siebie…
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“assured” in British English

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