Short-term Cover

Short-term Cover,

What is The Meaning of Short-term Cover?

  • A simple definition of Short-term Cover is: If your pet suffers from a disease such as diabetes, this policy will help you pay veterinary fees (no more) for up to 12 months from the onset of the illness and up to a maximum of the illness. This condition will lose coverage and the condition will be removed from your policy.

Literal Meanings of Short-term Cover


Meanings of Short:
  1. Cause of short circuit or short circuit.

  2. Sell ​​before you buy (stocks or shares or other goods) for the purpose of making a profit when the price is low.

  3. Alcoholic beverages are served in small quantities.

  4. A short film against a feature film.

  5. For example, a short accent. B. Short Morse code or short head or short letter.

  6. A short circuit.

  7. Someone who sells short.

  8. Mix rice flour and coarse flour.

  9. Keep a short distance from one end to the other.

  10. Finally, or take some time.

Sentences of Short
  1. Short circuit

  2. Short brown hair

  3. Visit London for a short break

  4. Short speech

Synonyms of Short

terse, quick, epigrammatic, fugitive, brittle, pointed, short-lived, flying, brief, momentary, graceless, abbreviated, offhand, thumbnail, gruff, ill-mannered, fleeting, transient, compendious, passing, impermanent, lightning, temporary, summary, small, synoptic


Meanings of Term:
  1. Enter a descriptive name to be called by a specific name.

  2. Words or phrases that are used to describe something or to express an idea, especially in a particular language or field of study.

  3. A fixed or limited period of time during which something, such as an offense, imprisonment or investment, continues or is to continue.

  4. Alternate with each year of the year, day off or holiday, when the year is in school, college or university, or when there is progress in court.

  5. Terms under which action may be taken or some agreement may be reached.

  6. Any amount of ratio, series or mathematical expression.

  7. Another term for the term

Sentences of Term
  1. Called the father of modern theology

  2. Music term "litmotio"

  3. The president is elected for a four-year term

  4. Summer semester

  5. Only your path can be handled

  6. A geometric series is defined as a permanent relationship between successive terms.

Synonyms of Term

time, describe as, requisite, spell, length of time, turn of phrase, idiom, tag, label, specification, session, period, phrase, period of time, condition, prerequisite, duration, call, entitle, provision


Meanings of Cover:
  1. Put something in front of (something) or in front of it, especially to save or hide it.

  2. Scattered (one area)

  3. Cover (a title) by explaining or analyzing its key aspects or events.

  4. (Amount of money) will suffice (receipt or fee)

  5. Hiding a sound or action (something) with another sound or action.

  6. Intend to move this gun to (someone) or prevent it from escaping.

  7. Record or play a new song (song) that was originally played by someone else.

  8. Coordinating with (male animals, especially horses) (female), especially in the context of commercial transactions between animal owners.

  9. Play high card in one round.

  10. Something that sits on, above, or around something, especially to protect or hide it.

  11. Physical protection or protection sought by people at risk.

  12. Recording or performance of previously recorded songs to increase the success of the original song.

Sentences of Cover
  1. The table is covered with a checkered tablecloth.

  2. 8 hectares of land

  3. A series of novels from 1968 to the present

  4. Subsidies are provided to cover the cost of roof insulation materials.

  5. Louise took a walk to hide her embarrassment.

  6. He took up arms to cover Clift

  7. Another artist who hid the song is U2

  8. A hardworking Stalin who carried 40 Mars this season

  9. When it happens ten times, the measures will fail

  10. Sirens are beating and people are running for safety

  11. The band performed Beatles songs

Synonyms of Cover

continue, sheath, stop something being overheard, balance, shelter, concealment, unroll, provide for, pay back, sanctuary, counterbalance, extend, sleeve, smother, protection, refuge, sheathing, cancel out, be enough for, range, wrapping, pay, pay for, offset, finance, put something on top of, wrapper, spread, make up, mask