Cumulative Collusive Excess Cover

Cumulative Collusive Excess Cover,

Definition of Cumulative Collusive Excess Cover:

  • Cumulative Collusive Excess Cover definition is: Reinsurance contract under which the seeding company gradually reduces the reinsured net exposure under the equity contract.

Literal Meanings of Cumulative Collusive Excess Cover


Meanings of Cumulative:
  1. Increase or increase the number, degree or resistance by increasing one by one.

Sentences of Cumulative
  1. The overall effect of the two-year drought

Synonyms of Cumulative

progressive, increasing, collective, aggregate, growing, accumulating, mounting, snowballing, accumulative, knock-on, amassed, accruing


Meanings of Collusive:
  1. Secret or illegal cooperation for the purpose of deceiving or profiting from others.

Sentences of Collusive
  1. The mutual attitude of the companies allows them to charge higher prices.


Meanings of Excess:
  1. Excess, permission or required.

  2. Lack of moderation, especially when eating or drinking.

  3. Part of the claim has to be paid by the insured.

  4. Exceeds specified or required amount.

  5. Required as additional payment.

Sentences of Excess
  1. Are you under a lot of stress in your life?

  2. More alcohol attacks

  3. We deduct losses and pay to the extent of the policy.

  4. Remove excess fat from meat.

  5. The total price paid is too high.

Synonyms of Excess

remainder, decadence, excessive, leftover, overabundance, superfluous, glut, remnants, difference, intemperateness, extravagance, overflow, redundant, overindulgence, remaining quantity, additional, leftovers, dissolution, unused, enough and to spare, dissipation, immoderation, leavings, unwanted, lavishness


Meanings of Cover:
  1. Put (something) in or in front of it, especially to protect or hide it.

  2. Extender (one area)

  3. Deals with (topics), explains or analyzes critical aspects or events.

  4. (One amount) will be enough to pay (fee).

  5. Obscuring a sound or reality (something) with another sound or action.

  6. Aim at (someone's) gun to prevent it from moving forward or fleeing.

  7. Record or play a new version (of a song) that was originally played by someone else.

  8. To have sex with (male animals, especially Stalin) (females).

Sentences of Cover
  1. The table is covered with a checkered table cloth.

  2. 8 hectares of land

  3. A series of novels covering the period from 1968 to the present.

  4. Subsidies are provided to cover the cost of roofing insulation equipment.

  5. Louise smiled to hide her embarrassment.

  6. He took up arms to cover Clift.

  7. Another artist who covered the song is U2.

  8. A hardworking Stalin who has raised 40 horses this season.

  9. The trick will fail when ten is covered.

Synonyms of Cover

fund, hiding place, pay back, wrapper, tuck, casing, disguise, wrapping, surround, jacket, have enough money for, overlay, obscure, cloak, shelter, camouflage, envelope, cap, enfold, dusting, hiding