What is Written Exposure?
Written Exposure means: A written statement about the assets or units included in the insurance policy and given within a specified period. It is important that insurance companies have an accurate picture of their exposure in writing so that they know how much you are losing. Too much written engagement carries the risk of corporate bankruptcy.
The total number of exhibits in all policies issued during a given period.
Literal Meanings of Written Exposure
Meanings of Written:
Usually mark on papers, surfaces (letters, words or other symbols) with a pen, pencil or similar object.
Write, write and send to someone (letter)
Write (text or work) to be reprinted or published in written or printed form and write it down.
Insert (data) into an electronic or magnetic storage device, or at a specific location in a computer's file system.
Refund (insurance policy)
Sentences of Written
Write his name on a piece of paper
I wrote a letter to Allison
He wrote a bestseller
Files can be read and written to the file system
Doctors found that no insurance company writes a policy at any cost.
Synonyms of Written
get in touch, create, make a list of, put together, list, keep in touch, log, write down, scrawl, note, register, pencil, mark down, invent, think up, pen, inscribe, formulate, produce, communicate, compose, write a letter, set down, put in black and white, note down, draft
Meanings of Exposure:
The state belongs to something.
Disclosure of identities or facts, especially those that are hidden or can be an illegitimate cause.
The process of exposing a photographic film to light or other radiation.
The direction of the building in perspective.
Sentences of Exposure
Risk of asbestos exposure
She committed suicide for fear of being exposed by a spy
A camera that provides images immediately after exposure
The lighting is perfect: Slightly southwest
Synonyms of Exposure
uncovering, laying open, subjection, vulnerability, unveiling, aspect, display, showing, direction, manifestation, exhibition, unmasking, view, disclosure, revelation, submission, frontage, outlook