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social insurancenoun [U]

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GOVERNMENT, ECONOMICS money that employers and employees pay to the government so that people receive money when they are not able to work because of age, illness, etc.: In most countries, public finance, whether from taxes or from social insurance, is likely to predominate in health care.
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