CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE,
What is The Definition of CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE?
Indirect damage or loss from fire or other hazards under the policy. For example, a hurricane knocks down trees, damages power lines that lead to food freezers, and spoils food. Business barrier insurance covers, among other things, indirect losses such as surcharges, rent, income, commissions and monthly fees. This type of insurance is different from other types of direct loss or damage.
Literal Meanings of CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE
Meanings of CONSEQUENTIAL:
Continue as a result or consequence.
Sentences of CONSEQUENTIAL
Loss of trust and related return
Probably the most important discovery of the 18th century
Synonyms of CONSEQUENTIAL
appreciable, resulting, material, important, far-reaching, resultant, meaty, consequent, memorable, ensuing, life-changing, momentous, significant, major, serious, weighty, of moment
Sentences of LOSS
Avoid wasting time
Synonyms of LOSS
forgetting, misplacement, overlooking, mislaying, dropping
Meanings of OR:
A boolean operator that has at least one operand (or input) one and otherwise zero.
Used to add alternatives.
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Reflect in the form of questions in general.
Gold or yellow, in heraldic colors.
Oregon (in postal use)
Sentences of OR
A cup of tea or coffee
Spy novels or, as experts say, thrills
Hurry up or you will lose everything
John's indifference, right? - Makes you uncomfortable
The only way to know God or man is through love
Synonyms of OR
or, if not, or else
Meanings of DAMAGE:
Cause physical (partial) damage that affects its value, usefulness, or normal functioning.
Physical damage caused by something, such as reducing its value, usefulness, or normal functioning.
The amount claimed or paid as compensation for loss or damage.
Sentences of DAMAGE
The ■■■■ damaged a large city
He received 28 4,284,000 in damages.
Synonyms of DAMAGE
desecrate, vandalization, blemish, injure, blight, vandalism, defile, injury, mutilate, redress, recompense, do damage to, deface, compensation, destruction, mangle, reparations, reparation, spoil, mar, restitution, harm, impair, vandalize, disfigure