cover note Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"cover note" in British English

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cover notenoun [C]

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cover note noun [C] (insurance)

UK specialized law a ​document that is used ​temporarily as ​proof that someone is insured until the ​finalofficialdocument is ​available

cover note noun [C] (letter)

US (UK covering note) a ​shortletter that ​containsinformation about the thing it is ​sent with: He ​sent a ​sample of his ​work with a ​covernote.
(Definition of cover note from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"cover note" in Business English

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cover notenoun [C]

uk   us   UK
INSURANCE a ​temporarydocumentprovided by an ​insurancecompany as ​proof that you are ​insured, until the ​finalofficialdocument is ​available: We will ​issue a ​covernote to ​cover you until the ​fulldocumentation arrives.
(Definition of cover note from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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