Risk Selection

Risk Selection,

Risk Selection Meanings:

  1. Risk Selection refers to Risk assessment is used by insurance companies to select insurance applicants. Candidates are ranked according to practical principles and the prize to be awarded to a winning candidate is determined.

Literal Meanings of Risk Selection

Risk:

Meanings of Risk:
  1. Expose someone or anything of value for loss, damage or loss.

  2. Conditions involved in exposure to hazards.

Sentences of Risk
  1. Disobeying the law is very dangerous

Synonyms of Risk

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

Selection:

Meanings of Selection:
  1. Be careful or choose someone or someone as the best or most suitable.

  2. A process by which environmental or genetic influences determine what kind of organisms grow better than others, which is considered an evolutionary factor.

Sentences of Selection
  1. These people decide the choice of candidates

  2. There is more than enough time for selection to develop a specific DNA sequence of the desired length

Risk Selection,

Risk Selection means,

  1. Risk assessment is one of the methods used to select insurance applicants. This includes determining applicants based on underwriting rules and determining the amount of bonus they can offer to specific applicants.

Literal Meanings of Risk Selection

Risk:

Meanings of Risk:
  1. Risk management situation

  2. Expose someone or something valuable for loss, damage or loss.

Synonyms of Risk

gamble (with)

Selection:

Meanings of Selection:
  1. Acting or carefully choosing someone or something as the best or most suitable.

  2. A process in which environmental or genetic influences determine what kind of organisms grow better than others is considered a factor in evolution.

  3. The process of selecting and acquiring land for small-scale agriculture on favorable conditions for the buyer.

Sentences of Selection
  1. There is more than enough time to select a specific DNA sequence of the desired length.

  2. Blocks ranging from 158 to 3,102 hectares were opened for selection.