insurance cover

insurance cover
insurance cover UK US noun [U] (also insurance coverage)
INSURANCE protection that is given by an insurance company when it agrees to pay money if a particular thing happens, for example if someone is injured, or property is lost or damaged: »

When applying for building and contents insurance cover, make sure you give as much detail about the property as possible.

insurance cover against sth »

They stressed the importance of having insurance cover against critical illness.

insurance cover for sth »

We offer competitive insurance cover for cycles and other personal possessions.

full/adequate/fully comprehensive insurance cover »

Without adequate insurance cover, costly claims could put your business at risk.


to take out/buy/obtain insurance cover


to provide/withdraw insurance cover

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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