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From Longman Business Dictionaryunderinsuredun‧der‧in‧sured /ˌʌndərɪnˈʃʊəd◂-ˈʃʊrd◂/ (also under-insured) adjectiveINSURANCE1if a person is underinsured, the value of the health care for which they are insured is less than they needWe must focus on ensuring that low-income, underinsured residents can get decent health care.2if property or its owners are underinsured and the property is stolen, damaged etc, the owners will receive less from the insurance company than the property is worthWith our revaluation scheme, providing you were not underinsured to start with, you need no longer worry about becoming underinsured as a result of inflation.underinsurance noun [uncountable]In the event of a serious loss considerable hardship can be caused by underinsurance.
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