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Definición de “claim” en inglés

claim

verb (DEMAND)    /kleɪm/
B2 [T] to ask for something of value because you think it belongs to you or because you think you have a right to it: The police said that if no one claims the watch, you can keep it. When King Richard III died, Henry VII claimed the English throne.Making appeals and requests B2 [I or T] to make a written demand for money from a government or organization because you think you have a right to it: The number of people claiming unemployment benefit has risen sharply this month. Don't forget to claim (for) your travelling expenses after the interview. When my bike was stolen, I claimed on the insurance and got £150 back.UK If the shop won't give me a replacement TV, I'll claim my money back.Social security and state benefits claim damages to make an official request for money after an accident, from the person who caused your injuriesMaking appeals and requestsInsurance
(Definition of claim verb (DEMAND) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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