Incurred But Not Enough (IBNE),
Incurred But Not Enough (IBNE) Meanings:
Provision of damages to allow an increase in existing provisions for inadequate reporting, also called ongoing but also called IBNER or secure but insufficient (RBNE).
Literal Meanings of Incurred But Not Enough (IBNE)
Meanings of Incurred:
Being a victim of something (unwanted or unpleasant) based on one's behavior or actions.
Sentences of Incurred
I will bear all the expenses
Synonyms of Incurred
bring upon oneself, suffer, lay oneself open to, experience, sustain, expose oneself to
Meanings of But:
An argument against something, an objection.
It is used to introduce a sentence or clause that contradicts the contradictions already mentioned.
Also used to express any impossibility
It is used to initiate a reaction that expresses emotions such as surprise or anger.
What is it used to say after apology?
Nothing but loneliness.
Outdoor rooms, especially two-bedroom cabins.
Sentences of But
We have never been so poor in Texas
No, but get out of here
Stuck but didn't like it
We can only sympathize
But that's a huge savings!
Sorry, but I can't pay you
It never rains but it does flow
He is just a shadow of his old self
Synonyms of But
excepting, only, except, other than, simply, omitting, nothing but, just, save, except for, excluding, bar, barring, short of, with the exception of, leaving out, aside from, yet, besides, save for, apart from, no more than
Meanings of Not:
It is used to match the auxiliary or "to" verb. It is used in some constructions with other verbs.
It is used as a short alternative to the negative clause.
It is used to denote another word.
It is best used to indicate the truth of a word or phrase, as opposed to what comes next.
When the variable is zero and vice versa, the only variable boolean operator is one.
(Paper) is not hot pressed and has a slight texture.
Sentences of Not
He will not say
I may be sorry but I have no hope
No attempt was made
The future is not far off
Synonyms of Not
not in the mood, indisposed, averse, loath, disinclined, reluctant, not about, slow
Meanings of Enough:
As much or as necessary.
As needed (used after an adjective, adjective or verb)
It requires more or less something.
Sentences of Enough
There is a lot of work and few people for it
I had not reached voting age at that time
You will have to eat a lot of good food
Synonyms of Enough
passably, the necessary, fairly, amply, an adequate amount of, satisfactorily, sufficient, sufficiently, reasonably, ample, adequately, a sufficient amount of, plenty, adequate, as much … as necessary, tolerably, a sufficient amount, as much as necessary, plenty of, an adequate amount, abundant