Abschluss | nemačko - engleski prevod


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Zum Abschluss einer Versicherung ist ein Antrag zu unterschreiben, der Angaben zu Name, Wohnort, Geburtsdatum, Geburtsort, Beruf des Antragstellers
sowie der zu versichernden Person (Versicherter), dem gewünschten Tarif, eventuell die Höhe der Versicherungssumme enthält. Beim Abschluss einer
Lebensversicherung sind außerdem wahrheitsgemäße Angaben über die Gesundheit der versicherten Person zu machen. Bei unrichtigen oder unvollständigen Auskünften liegt eine »Verletzung der Anzeigepflicht« vor. Das berechtigt das Versicherungsunternehmen, innerhalb der ersten drei Jahre – bei Berufsunfähigkeitsversicherungen
innerhalb von zehn Jahren – vom Vertrag zurückzutreten.

1. closure


Sinonimi: cloture | gag rule | closedown | closing | shutdown

ETYM Of. closure, Latin clausura, from clauedere to shut. Related to Close.
1. A rule for ending debate in a deliberative body; SYN. cloture, gag rule.
2. Termination of operations; SYN. closedown, closing, shutdown.

2. finish


Sinonimi: finishing | close

(Homonym: Finnish).
1. The act of finishing; SYN. finishing.
2. The ending of a contest (as a race); SYN. close.
3. The absolute defeat and death of persons on one side of a conflict.

3. issue


Sinonimi: number | military issue | government issue | publication | issuing | issuance

ETYM Old Fren. issue, eissue, French issue, from Old Fren. issir, eissir, to go out, Latin exire.
1. An important question that is in dispute and must be settled.
2. One of a series published periodically; SYN. number.
3. Supplies (as food or clothing or ammunition) issued by the government; SYN. military issue, government issue.
4. The act of issuing printed materials; SYN. publication.
5. The provision of something by issuing it (usually in quantity); SYN. issuing, issuance.

4. trade


Sinonimi: patronage | craft

ETYM Formerly, a path, Old Eng. tred a footmark. Related to Tread.
1. The business given to a commercial establishment by its customers; SYN. patronage.
2. The commercial exchange (buying and selling on domestic or international markets) of goods and services.
3. The skilled practice of a practical occupation; SYN. craft.
Exchange of commodities between groups or individuals. Direct trade is usually known as barter, whereas indirect trade is carried out through a medium such as money.
In the 17th and 18th centuries, for example, barter between Europeans and West Africans was based on units of value called sortings. A sorting might consist of a quantity of cloth or oil. The amount of goods in each sorting varied according to supply and demand.

5. windup


1. The act of bringing to an end
2. A concluding act or part; finish
3. A series of regular and distinctive motions (as swinging the arms) made by a pitcher preparatory to releasing a pitch
4. An exaggerated backswing (as in tennis)

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