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death grantnoun [C]

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HR money that a person's ​company, or ​pensioncompany, ​pays to their family or another ​person when they die: It is very important to ​nominate a ​beneficiary to receive the death ​grant.
in the past, an ​amount of ​money that was given by the UK ​government to the family of someone who had died to ​helppay for their funeral
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