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comprehensive insurancenoun [U]

uk   /kɒm.prɪˌhen.sɪv ɪnˈʃɔː.rəns/ us   /kɑːm.prɪˌhen.sɪv ɪnˈʃɔːr.əns/
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comprehensive insurancenoun [C or U]

uk   us  
INSURANCE insurance that pays out if there is injury or damage to you and your vehicle, as well as if there is injury or damage to other people and vehicles that are involved in a car accident with you: Comprehensive insurance will also cover you against theft, and against any damage done to your car when no other vehicle is involved.
(Definition of comprehensive insurance from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “comprehensive insurance”
in Chinese (Simplified) 综合保险…
in Chinese (Traditional) 綜合保險…
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