English version

insure in Insurance topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinsurein‧sure /ɪnˈʃʊə $ -ˈʃʊr/ ●●○ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]BFI to buy insurance so that you will receive money if something bad happens to you, your family, your possessions etc Have you insured the contents of your home?insure (something/somebody) against loss/damage/theft/sickness etc It is wise to insure your property against storm damage.insure something for £1,000/$2,000 etc You should insure the painting for at least £100,000.2 [transitive]BFI to provide insurance for something or someone Many companies won’t insure young drivers.3 x-ref[transitive] an American spelling of ensure insure (yourself) against something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
insureWe insured all our valuables before the move.No one will insure him because of his heart condition.insure (something/somebody) against loss/damage/theft/sickness etcHowever, while your policy is suspended we will still insure your car against loss or damage by fire or theft.Make sure you have arranged mortgage Protection Cover and, if possible, insure yourself against sickness, redundancy or accident.