Pair and set clause

Pair and set clause,

Definition of Pair and set clause:

  1. A provision stating that if one-half of a pair or part of a set is lost or damaged, a reasonable and fair percentage of the value of both will be assessed. The insurer is not required to pay for the total value of the whole set.

Meaning of Pair and set clause & Pair and set clause Definition

Pair And Set Clause,

What is The Definition of Pair And Set Clause?

  • The definition of Pair And Set Clause is: A clause stating that partial damage to a pair or set of items will be assessed on the basis of item damage, not the wear and tear of the pair or set.

Literal Meanings of Pair And Set Clause

Pair:

Meanings of Pair:
  1. Joined or joined to pair.

  2. (One member of the legislature) Give one more member per pair so that both abstain from voting without being affected by the result.

  3. Connect to another wirelessly (electronic device) via Bluetooth.

  4. A combination of two things used together or seen as a unit.

  5. Equipment that consists of two parts that are joined together or equivalent that are not used separately.

  6. The relative position of the parties does not change if one or both members of the Legislative Assembly of the opposition parties are not present by mutual consent.

Sentences of Pair
  1. She is wearing a cardigan with matching skirt.

  2. Missing members on the one hand have to be paired with missing members on the other.

  3. A pair of gloves

  4. Jeans

Synonyms of Pair

partner, set of two, marry up, couple, two of a kind, set, matching set, matched set, twin, match, put together

And:

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

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

  3. It is used to introduce additional comments or interactions.

  4. It is used to indicate intention after some verb and before another verb, not "

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

Synonyms of And

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

Set:

Meanings of Set:
  1. Standing, lying down or holding (something) in a particular place or position.

  2. Set or keep in a special position.

  3. Adjust (time or clock) to show the correct time.

  4. Hardness in solid or semi-solid state.

  5. (From the sun, moon or other celestial bodies) It seems that the earth is moving towards the horizon and downwards as it rotates.

  6. (Tide or current) is or is a particular direction or direction.

  7. To set fire)

  8. Prepare (flower or tree) or produce (fruit)

  9. Sit down.

  10. A group or set of things that are common, similar, or common together.

Sentences of Set
  1. Dana put the cup of tea down.

  2. The hostages were released

  3. Set your watch to local destination time immediately.

  4. Cook for another 35 minutes until filling is complete.

  5. Sunset and warm red light fill the sky.

  6. The school was attacked and set on fire.

  7. Wait for the flowers to come before you put the pepper in.

Synonyms of Set

station, get off the ground, prepared, put, drop, harden, determined, primed, hard and fast, put down, lay, scheduled, stage setting, stiffen, decided, complete series, regulate, get working, group, descend, agreed, harmonize, get going, established

Clause:

Meanings of Clause:
  1. A grammatical organizational unit, located just below a sentence on a line and must contain a prediction in a subject and traditional grammar.

  2. Articles, terms or conditions are specific and separate from an agreement, bill or agreement.

Sentences of Clause
  1. In each of the above sentences, two sentences are attached to one sentence without a sentence.

  2. Contracts usually have an election law that sets out the applicable law.

Synonyms of Clause

paragraph, set phrase, wording, article, term, note, idiom, part, passage, subsection, locution, point, turn of phrase, heading, item, phrasal verb, idiomatic expression, clause, construction, word group, section, phrasal idiom