Definition of 'claim form'
Example sentences containing 'claim form'
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We filled in the claim form, but got a rejection. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When Grace filled out his claims forms, they stayed filled out. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But back in the UK she filled in claim forms saying she needed physical and emotional support because of a fear of open spaces. The Sun (2014)Back home in the UK, she allegedly filled in benefits claim forms saying that she needed physical and emotional support. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'claim form'
British English: claim form /kleɪm fɔːm/ NOUN
A claim form is a formal written request to the government, an insurance company, or another organization for money that you think you are entitled to according to their rules.
- American English: claim form
- Arabic: اِسْتِمَارَةٌ مُطَالَبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: formulário de sinistro
- Chinese: 催询单
- Croatian: obrazac za potraživanje
- Czech: formulář pro hlášení škod
- Danish: skadeanmeldelse
- Dutch: claimformulier
- European Spanish: formulario de solicitud
- Finnish: korvaushakemus
- French: formulaire de réclamation
- German: Antragsformular
- Greek: αίτηση αποζήμίωσης
- Italian: modulo di richiesta
- Japanese: クレームフォーム
- Korean: 청구서
- Norwegian: skadeskjema
- Polish: formularz roszczenia
- European Portuguese: formulário de requerimento
- Romanian: formular de solicitare daune
- Russian: бланк запроса
- Spanish: formulario de reclamación
- Swedish: stämningsansökan
- Thai: แบบฟอร์มการเรียกร้อง
- Turkish: istek formu
- Ukrainian: бланк претензії
- Vietnamese: mẫu đơn đòi hỏi một số tiền
Definition of claim form from the Collins English Dictionary
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