Multiple-line Policy

Multiple-line Policy,

What is The Meaning of Multiple-line Policy?

  1. Multiple-line Policy means, A package that combines property insurance coverage and traditional liability.

Literal Meanings of Multiple-line Policy


Meanings of Multiple:
  1. Many parties, elements or members may or may not be involved.

  2. A number that can be distributed without any remaining numbers.

  3. Terminal arrangements that allow connection to the circuit at one of the different locations.

Sentences of Multiple
  1. Double work

  2. 15, 20 or more than five


Meanings of Line:
  1. Long, narrow mark or band.

  2. A piece of rope, rope, wire or other material that serves a purpose.

  3. Horizontal line of written or printed words

  4. Too many people or things.

  5. A domain or industry.

  6. A series of continuous fieldwork or military defenses against enemy forces.

  7. Standing or standing from time to time.

  8. Mark or cover with a line.

Sentences of Line
  1. At close distances, a series of dots look like solid lines

  2. Take off your clothes and hang them on the rope

  3. Move the cursor over a line and press the Delete button

  4. A line of maids came down the hall

  5. Specific limits of your profession

  6. Attacks behind enemy lines

  7. The procession route is connected with those who raise the flag

  8. Deep lines mark your face

  9. Basket lined with polyethylene

Synonyms of Line

rim, vocation, wrinkle, occupation, activity, rule, calling, job, fringe, edge, bar, skirt, furrow, cable, mark with lines, twine, dash, wire, line of work, employment, cord, covered, cover with lines, firing line, disposition, day job, profession


Meanings of Policy:
  1. A code of conduct or practice that is adopted or proposed by any government, party, company or individual.

Sentences of Policy
  1. Controversial economic policy administration

Synonyms of Policy

system, attitude, intentions, scheme, strategy, approach, notions, programme, stratagem, plans, stance, position, guidelines, schedule, line, blueprint, code, theory, proposed action