1. Direct loss from policy-insured risks. Under the resulting damage or loss (above), damage to the shaft of the power cord is direct damage, while food in the freezer is directly or indirectly damaged.

Literal Meanings of DIRECT DAMAGE (OR LOSS)


Meanings of DIRECT:
  1. With or without someone in between.

  2. Management control or governance functions.

  3. Pointing (something) in a certain direction or to a particular person.

  4. Give (someone) government orders or government instructions.

  5. Move or relocate the shortest route from one place to another without changing direction or stopping.

  6. There are no factors or intermediaries.

  7. Straight to the point (a person or their behavior).

  8. At an infinite level.

Sentences of DIRECT
  1. Buy and save now

  2. The economic elite manages the affairs of the state

  3. Directing hot air to the passengers to go back through the hot air ducts

  4. The judge ordered him to serve the community.

  5. There are no direct flights on this day

  6. Complications are a direct result of the spread of bacteria.

  7. He is very straightforward and honest

Synonyms of DIRECT

uninhibited, without an intermediary, straight to the point, govern, point, tell, open, run, aim, control, conduct, first-hand, require, unswerving, manage, blunt, level, face to face, personal, charge, dictate, straightforward, outspoken, bluff, matter-of-fact, sincere


Meanings of DAMAGE:
  1. Cause physical (partial) damage that affects its value, usability or normal functioning.

  2. Physical damage caused by something, such as reducing its value, usefulness, or normal functioning.

  3. The amount required or given as compensation for loss or damage

Sentences of DAMAGE
  1. The bombs caused great damage to the city.

  2. He received 28 4,284,000 in damages.

Synonyms of DAMAGE

deface, impair, recompense, vandalize, injure, spoil, mar, blemish, desecrate, mangle, injury, redress, reparations, vandalization, do damage to, harm, disfigure, restitution, reparation, blight, compensation, defile, destruction, mutilate, vandalism


Meanings of OR:
  1. A boolean operator that has at least one operand (or input) one and otherwise zero.

  2. Used to add alternatives.

  3. Enter a synonym or explanation for the previous word or phrase.

  4. Other (used to describe inactive or inactive results)

  5. Reflect in the form of questions in general.

  6. it is.

  7. Gold or yellow, in heraldic colors.

  8. Operational research.

  9. Oregon (in postal use)

Sentences of OR
  1. A cup of tea or coffee

  2. Spy novels or, as experts say, thrills

  3. Hurry up or you will lose everything

  4. John's indifference, right? - Makes you uncomfortable

  5. The only way to know God or man is through love

Synonyms of OR

or else, or, if not


Sentences of LOSS
  1. Avoid wasting time

Synonyms of LOSS

overlooking, mislaying, misplacement, forgetting, dropping