First-party Risk

First-party Risk,

What Does First-party Risk Mean?

Income or property insurance from a designated policyholder (such as property insurance).

Literal Meanings of First-party Risk

First:

Meanings of First:
  1. Be the first to arrive on time or be the first to order in advance.

  2. Especially in place, location or importance.

  3. With a particular party or individual who holds any position.

Sentences of First
  1. Your first wife

  2. The first duty of a doctor is to respect this right.

  3. Was the first person to set a cookie in the river

Synonyms of First

paramount, greatest, utmost, topmost, prime, principal, highest, major, chief, top, introductory, opening, uppermost, earliest, main, foremost, initial, leading, original

Party:

Meanings of Party:
  1. A gathering of guests, usually involving food, drink and entertainment.

  2. Formally formed political groups, usually operating at the national level, participate in elections and seek to form or participate in government.

  3. One or more people who are part of an agreement or dispute.

  4. Have fun at parties or other festive gatherings, usually with drinks and music.

  5. Divided into different colored parts.

Sentences of Party
  1. Engagement ceremony

  2. Dominant conservative parties

  3. Agreement between the two parties

Synonyms of Party

have a party, caucus, faction, social occasion, set, celebrate, celebration, plaintiff, cabal, affiliation, enjoy oneself, social function, coalition, have a wild time, side, make merry, political party, reunion, social, litigant, defendant, group, association, social event, function, grouping, reception, junta, bloc, sect

Risk:

Meanings of Risk:
  1. Expose loss, damage or loss to anyone or anything of value.

  2. Conditions involved in exposure to hazards

Sentences of Risk
  1. Ignoring the law is very dangerous

Synonyms of Risk

bet, put on the line, hazard, endanger, chance, probability, put in jeopardy, imperil, danger, fear, possibility, menace, expose to danger, likelihood, wager, venture, take a chance with, jeopardize, gamble, put at risk