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"insurance policy" in British English

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insurance policynoun [C]

uk   /ɪnˈʃɔː.rəns ˌpɒl.ə.si/  us   /ɪnˈʃɔːr.əns ˌpɑː.lə.si/
a written ​agreement for ​insurance between an ​insurancecompany and a ​person who ​wantsinsurance: I took out a ​travelinsurancepolicy before I ​boarded the ​plane.figurative There's one ​particularjob I'm after but I'm ​applying for several ​others as an ​insurancepolicy (= because I might not get the ​job I ​want).
(Definition of insurance policy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"insurance policy" in Business English

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insurance policynoun [C]

uk   us  
INSURANCE a ​documentstating the ​agreement between an ​insurancecompany and a ​person or ​company that has ​arrangedinsurance with it: take out/apply for/have an insurance policy To make sure that your ​employer can ​pay the ​compensation, they must take out an ​insurancepolicy. a travel/accident ​insurancepolicy a household/​lifeinsurancepolicy
(Definition of insurance policy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “insurance policy”
in Chinese (Simplified) 保险契约,保险单…
in Chinese (Traditional) 保險契約,保險單…
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