Critical Illness Policy

Critical Illness Policy,

How Do You Define Critical Illness Policy?

  • Limited health insurance that pays the policyholder but the policyholder does not have to use the money to pay the healthcare providers. The sick person does not have to use money to treat his illness.

Literal Meanings of Critical Illness Policy


Meanings of Critical:
  1. Make negative or negative comments or ratings.

  2. Express or suggest an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of a literary, musical or artistic work.

  3. (Situation or problem) which can be catastrophic in a crisis.

  4. Relating or pointing to the point of transition from one state to another.

  5. (From nuclear or fuel reactors) to maintain an independent chain reaction.

Sentences of Critical
  1. Criticized many American social programs

  2. She never got the critical recognition she was looking for.

  3. The floods have not abated and the situation remains critical

  4. If the density is less than a certain critical value, the gravitational forces are too weak to stop the expansion.

Synonyms of Critical

disapproving, interpretative, denunciatory, commentative, disparaging, risky, expository, desperate, in the balance, dire, uncertain, grave, analytic, explanatory, elucidative, perilous, very bad, acute, fault-finding, evaluative, unfavourable, touch-and-go


Meanings of Illness:
  1. Illness or duration of illness that affects the body or mind.

Sentences of Illness
  1. Died after a long illness

Synonyms of Illness

complaint, ailment, sickness, malady, attack, disability, disorder, infection, indisposition, disease, affliction, contagion


Meanings of Policy:
  1. Practices or practices adopted or proposed by the government, party, company or individual in accordance with the Code of Conduct

  2. Illegal lottery or numbers game.

Sentences of Policy
  1. Controversial economic policy management

Synonyms of Policy

stance, theory, schedule, guidelines, system, attitude, line, strategy, intentions, scheme, notions, stratagem, plans, position, code, approach, proposed action, blueprint, programme