Drop Down Provision

Drop Down Provision,

Drop Down Provision means,

The general policy stipulates that the umbrella exceeds the general threshold of a reduced or terminated policy. Some umbrellas have their own policy terms when they go out, others have taken over the central policy.

Drop Down Provision means: A clause used in the umbrella policy which states that when the umbrella is reduced or eliminated, it will exceed the general limits of the basic policy.

Literal Meanings of Drop Down Provision


Meanings of Drop:
  1. Vertically dropped or dropped (something).

  2. Falls vertically.

  3. Do it or go down, weak or low.

  4. Abandon or cancel (action or study plan)

  5. Unloading or disembarking (passengers or luggage) on the way to another location,

  6. You don't win (in games) (one point, one game or one game).

  7. Forcibly (relatively high card) by losing below the opponent's highest card, because it is the only card in your hand.

  8. A small, round, or pear-shaped piece that hangs, falls, or sticks to a surface.

  9. Case by case or case by case.

  10. One delivery

  11. Candy or candy.

  12. The earrings are hanging from the ear hair.

  13. Part of the setting of the theater flies on protective clothing or curtains.

  14. Trapped in a gallows, the prisoner falls and hangs himself.

Sentences of Drop
  1. The fire was started by a light cigarette

  2. The spoon falls with the click of your hand

  3. He raised his voice as he entered the room

  4. The charges against him were dropped last year.

  5. His mother left him and went to work

  6. China are unbeaten after Germany's start before the German team lost in the group stage one behind the other, and they have managed just two goals.

  7. The West released a new one

Synonyms of Drop

let fall, lozenge, deliver, globule, fall, dribble, diminish, depreciate, fall in drops, tableau curtain, let go of, drape, remove, drop curtain, oval, frontal, make less, sweet, miss out on, decrease, give away, drop scene, run, pour out, finish with


Meanings of Down:
  1. From (something) high to low

  2. Each time (time period)

  3. A moment of unwanted experiences or a negative mood.

  4. When the ball in the team is attacked or the ball is out of play, the ball is a way to move forward. A team has to cover a distance of at least ten yards in a series of four attempts to catch the ball.

  5. Be directed or moved to a lower location or location.

  6. Neither happy nor sad.

  7. Temporarily unusable or unavailable (from computer system)

  8. Help or support someone.

  9. Name the fragrance of stable quarks (variety) which has relatively low volume and electric charge -1 / 3. In the standard model, protons and neutrons consist of ascending and descending quarks.

  10. At a lower position or position, especially on a floor or other level.

  11. Intensity or volume, or at or below the level of activity.

  12. Worse or weaker position, mood or condition or in it.

  13. In writing or in writing.

  14. (Regarding partial payment of cash) in advance or on site.

  15. (Ceiling) with current or wind.

Sentences of Down
  1. Stairs up and down

  2. Astrology for centuries

  3. This disadvantage should not be overly negative, as Texas does not generally use nasal tools.

  4. Escalator down

  5. Very depressed lately

  6. Sorry, but the computer is not working

  7. At this energy level, there are only quarks, electrons and electron neutrinos above and below.

  8. He looks down

  9. be quiet

  10. The scandal toppled the government

  11. take notes

Synonyms of Down

bring to the ground, lower on, during, despondent, low, rugby-tackle, lint, not working, knock to the ground, crosses, melancholy, low-spirited, inoperative, tragedies, tackle, prostrate, catastrophes, upsets, through, faulty, not in working order, buffets, downcast, to the bottom of, dejected, quaff, burdens, fine hair, vicissitudes, towards the bottom


Meanings of Provision:
  1. Provision of food, drink or luggage especially for travel.

  2. The organization owes a certain amount to the account.

  3. The process of posting or posting something to use.

  4. Quantity or supply or delivery of goods.

  5. A condition or requirement in a legal document.

  6. Promises of benefits, especially directly from the pope, not from the boss, and initially before being released.

Sentences of Provision
  1. Civilian military contractors are responsible for providing these troops

  2. Financial institutions need to protect themselves from default

  3. Basic provisions of civil rights

Synonyms of Provision

giving, clause, furnish, distribution, donation, delivery, supplying, fit up, provide, purveying, accoutre, furnishing, resource, arrangements, specification, outfit, equipping, fit out, providing, stipulation