Age/Sex Factor Definition:
Age/Sex Factor means: Factors used by insurers in the underwriting process determine the risk of a group bearing medical costs based on the age and gender of the group members.
Literal Meanings of Age/Sex Factor
Meanings of Age:
The age of a person or the existence of something.
Another historical period.
Old age or old age, especially visible and obvious.
Sentences of Age
The fatigue we feel as we get older.
Synonyms of Age
duration, length of life, lifetime, time, epoch, number of years, aeon, period, era, span
Meanings of Sex:
Explain the gender of
Come up with something more interesting or lively.
Waking up or trying to arouse someone sexually.
Sexual activity (especially in relation to other people), especially sexual intercourse.
One of the two main categories (male and female) divided into humans and most living beings based on their reproductive function.
Sentences of Sex
They like to talk about sex.
Adults of both sexes
Synonyms of Sex
sex act, gender, sexual intercourse, intercourse, making love, lovemaking, sexual relations
Meanings of Factor:
Organize (software source code) into components that are easy to maintain and use.
Sale of one agent (accounts receivable).
A state, reality, or influence that contributes to a result.
A number or quantity that, when multiplied by another, produces a certain number or expression.
Any substance in the blood is basically identified by the number that is involved in clotting.
Sales agents, traders who buy and sell on a commission basis.
Sentences of Factor
Last year, researchers calculated 155 digits.
They confiscated the property and received rent.
Work fast, be aware of the time factor.
An amount that is more than an element of a thousand or more.
His father was the chief postman of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Synonyms of Factor
agent, detail, point, part, circumstance, characteristic, item, go-between, strand, consideration, deputy, determinant, feature, thing, representative, constituent, element, component, middleman, ingredient, intermediary, influence