Each And Every Loss

Each And Every Loss,

Definition of Each And Every Loss:

  1. You can define Each And Every Loss as, A concept in the practice of international insurance in general. Clause (clause) of the insurance contract, which means that the insurer will compensate for the loss caused by one or more cases following a catastrophic event (natural disaster).

Literal Meanings of Each And Every Loss

Each:

Meanings of Each:
  1. It is used to refer to one or more of two or more people or things that are viewed and identified separately.

  2. Someone in the group, by or by someone (used after the name or group)

  3. One or more of two or more people or things, seen and recognized separately.

Sentences of Each
  1. Each battery is in a separate compartment

  2. Each one will cost 11

  3. Everyone has their own personality

Synonyms of Each

for each, each one, each and every, each and every one, per person, per capita, to each, apiece, every, every single, respectively, from each, every one, individually, all, one and all, the whole lot

And:

Meanings of And:
  1. A boolean operator that returns one if and only if all operations are one, otherwise zero.

  2. It is used to include words in the same part of a speech, clause or sentence that needs to be put together.

  3. Used to introduce additional comments or interventions.

  4. It is used to indicate intention after some verbs and before other verbs, "no"

Sentences of And
  1. If he had to make a decision, and it was the worst, he would turn his back on his parents.

Synonyms of And

and, as well as, with, too, coupled with, in addition to, also, including, not to mention, along with, added to, together with, besides

Every:

Meanings of Every:
  1. (Before singular noun) Used to refer to all individual members of the set, without exception.

Sentences of Every
  1. The hotel guarantees the personal attention of each guest.

Synonyms of Every

each, every single, each and every

Loss:

Sentences of Loss
  1. Avoid wasting time

Synonyms of Loss

misplacement, mislaying, overlooking, forgetting, dropping