Chapter 10 Insurance. Insurer/assurer. is the party who insures others against loss or damage and undertakes to make payment in case of loss. Insured/assured. is the party who is insured against loss and to whom payment covering the loss will be made.
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Aside from the risks covered under the F.P.A and W.A conditions as above, this insurance also covers all risks of loss or damage to the insured goods whether partial or total,arising from external causes in the course of transit.
Fresh and/or Rain Water Damage淡水雨淋险 3)Risk of Shortage短量险 4)Risk of Intermixture and Contamination Risks混杂、玷污险5)Risk of Leakage渗漏险 6)Risk of Clash and Breakage碰损、破碎险7)Risk of Odor串味险
Employers put a premium on honesty and hard work.
adj. Of superior quality or value:
at a premium=More valuable than usual, as from scarcity:
Fresh water was at a premium after the reservoir was contaminated.
insure the goods againstRisks for 110% of invoice valuewith the insurance company.…to effect insurance on goods against Risks for110% of invoice value with the insurer.…insure the good against Risks for invoice value plus 10%.Insurance is to be covered for 10% above invoice value.Please insure F.P.A.or W.P.A.Please insure against All RisksPlease cover insurance on FPA terms/basis.take out an insurance policy
in the event: as it turned outI was worried about the hotel bill, but in the event I had enough money to pay.
in the event of: if sth happensIn the event of his death, Sheila will inherit the money.
in that event :if that happensYou could be right, and in that event they’ll have to pay you back.at all events/in any event: in any caseIn any event, the worst that she can do is saying ‘no’.
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corroborate vt. To strengthen or support with other evidence; make more certain.确认：用其他证据来增强或支持；（使信仰等）进一步巩固；确证；证实(某种说法,理论或信仰)
A claimed witness of the accident corroborated the driver's statement.
Experiments have corroborated her predication.
Yes, this is an area in which the facts have largely corroborated the theories.
grind to crush, pulverize, or reduce to powder by friction, especially by rubbing between two hard surfaces:
grind wheat into flour.
Snap To break suddenly with a brisk, sharp, cracking sound.
Suddenly the branch that he was standing on snapped off.
Shatter To cause to break or burst suddenly into pieces, as with a violent blow.
The glass shattered when I dropped it.
Smash To break (something) into pieces suddenly, noisily, and violently;
"Although the bed was smashed to pieces, the man was miraculously unhurt."
The mirror cracked.
Split To divide from end to end or along the grain by or as if by a sharp blow. 劈开、切开：从一端到另一端分开，或沿着劈线分开，或以锋利一击劈开
We split the wood into long thin pieces.
My trousers split when I sat down.