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fire policynoun [C]

uk   us   plural fire policies
INSURANCE a type of insurance in which an insurance company agrees to pay for damage caused by fire, or the document in which the details of the insurance are recorded: A building owner who installs a sprinkler system can expect a drop in the cost of a fire policy.
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