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Significado de “policy” - Diccionario Inglés

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policynoun [C]

uk   /ˈpɒl.ə.si/  us   /ˈpɑː.lə.si/
  • policy noun [C] (PLAN)

B2 a set of ​ideas or a ​plan of what to do in ​particularsituations that has been ​agreed to ​officially by a ​group of ​people, a ​businessorganization, a ​government, or a ​politicalparty: They ​believe that ​Europeneeds a ​commonforeign and ​security policy. What is ​your party's policy onimmigration?

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  • policy noun [C] (DOCUMENT)

C1 a ​documentshowing an ​agreement you have made with an insurancecompany: You should ​checkyour policy to ​see if you're ​covered for ​flooddamage.

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(Definition of policy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "policy" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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policynoun [C]

 us   /ˈpɑl·ɪ·si/
  • policy noun [C] (PLAN)

a set of ​ideas or a ​plan for ​actionfollowed by a ​business, a ​government, a ​politicalparty, or a ​group of ​people: The ​WhiteHouse said there will be no ​change in policy.
  • policy noun [C] (DOCUMENT)

a ​documentshowing an ​agreement you have made with an ​insurancecompany: a life-insurance policy
(Definition of policy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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policynoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈpɒləsi/ (plural policies)
[C or U] GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, MANAGEMENT a set of ​ideas, or a ​plan of what to do in particular ​situations, that has been ​agreedofficially by a ​group of ​people, a ​businessorganization, a ​government, or a ​politicalparty: The ​government has ​finally announced its policy on the ​regulation of the ​financialservicesindustry. The ​oilmarkets are affected by economic policy. The company policy is that most ​workers should ​retire at 60.formulate/develop/implement a policy The ​company has now ​implemented its policy of Quality Control.change of policy This ​moverepresents a ​change of policy on the ​part of the Board.
[C] (also insurance policy) INSURANCE an ​agreement with an ​insurancecompany that it will ​provideinsurance for you against particular ​risks, or the ​document showing this: You should ​check your policy to see if you're ​covered for ​flooddamage. Make sure to ​keep your policy ​document in a ​safeplace.
(Definition of policy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “policy”
en coreano 정책…
en árabe سياسة, خُطّة…
in Malaysian dasar…
en francés politique…
en ruso политика, страховой полис…
en chino (tradicionál) 計劃, 政策,方針,策略…
en italiano politica, strategia…
en turco siyaset, politika, tutum…
en polaco polityka, polisa…
en español política…
in Vietnamese chính sách…
en portugués política…
in Thai นโยบาย…
en alemán die Politik…
en catalán política…
en japonés 方針, 政策, ポリシー…
en chino (simplificado) 计划, 政策,方针,策略…
in Indonesian kebijaksanaan…
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