R ns υ ʃ ə ə noun an agreement that in return for

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r nsυʃ ə ə/ noun anagreement that in return for regular pay-ments (called ‘premiums’), a companywill pay compensation for loss, damage,injury or death O to take outinsuranceO Repairs will be paid for by theinsur- ance. to take out aninsuranceagainst fire to pay a premium, so that,ifa fire happens, compensation will bepaid to take out an insurance onthehouse to pay a premium, so that, if thehouse is damaged, compensation will bepaid the damage is covered by theinsurance the insurance company willpay for the damage to pay the insur-ance on a car to pay premiums toinsure a carinsurance agent /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə.e?d7 ntə/, insurance broker /?n-'r nsυʃ ə ə .brkυəə/ noun a person whoarranges insurance for clientsinsurance claim /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə kle?m/noun a request to an insurance companyto pay compensation for damage or lossinsurance company /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə.knmp(ə)ni/ noun a company whosebusiness is insuranceinsurance contract /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə.k ntræktɒ/ noun an agreement by aninsurance company to insureinsurance cover /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə  .knvə/noun protection guaranteed by an insur-ance policy O Do you havecoveragainst theft?insurance policy /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə.p l?siɒ/ noun a document which showsthe conditions of an insurance contractinsurance premium /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə.pri:mi mə/ noun an annual paymentmade by a person or a company to anin- surance companyinsurance rates /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə  re?ts/plural noun the amount of premiumwhich has to be paid per £1000 ofinsuranceinsurance salesman /?n'r nsυʃ ə ə.se?lzm nə/ noun a person who encour-ages clients to take out insurancepolicies
insure /?n'υʃ ə/ verb to have acontract with a company whereby, ifregular small payments are made, thecompanywill pay compensation for loss,damage, injury or death O to insure ahouse against fire O to insuresomeone’s life Oto insure baggageagainst loss O to in- sure against lossof earnings O He wasinsured for £100,000. the insured theperson or organisation that willbenefit from an insurance the suminsuredthe largest amount of money that an in- surer will pay under an insurance insured account /?n.dυʃ ə  'ka ntυə/noun an account with a bank which isinsured by the customer’s insuranceinsured money market account/?n.dυʃ ə 'mnni .m :k?tɑ .ka ntυə/ nounahigh-yield account, in which the inves-tor has to deposit a certain minimumsum, which is insured by theprovideragainst capital loss.Abbreviation IMMAinsurer /?n'rυʃ ə ə/ noun a companywhich insures (NOTE: For lifeinsurance, UK English prefers to useassurer.)intangible /?n'tænd7?b(ə)l/ adjectivewhich cannot be touchedintangible assets /?n.tænd7?b(ə)l'æsets/, intangibles /?n'tænd7?b(ə)lz/plural noun assets which have a value,but which cannot be seen, e.g. goodwill,or a patent or a trademarkintegrate /'?nt?gre?t/ verb to linkthings together to form one whole groupintegration /.?nt?'gre?ʃ(ə)n/ noun theactof bringing several

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