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health insurancenoun [U]

uk   us   INSURANCE
insurance for the cost of medical treatment if you are ill or injured, often paid for by companies for their employees: offer/provide health insurance Employers with 200 or more workers are required to offer health insurance for employees and their dependents.have health insurance The consumer advisory council said all state residents should have health insurance. We need to find new ways to pay medical bills for people without health insurance. health insurance benefits/costs/premiums health insurance company/industry/market
(Definition of health insurance from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “health insurance”
in Chinese (Simplified) 健康保险…
in Chinese (Traditional) 健康保險…
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