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coverage 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈkəv(ə)rij/,
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coverages, plural;
  1. The extent to which something deals with or applies to something else
    • - the grammar did not offer total coverage of the language
  2. The treatment of an issue by the media
    • - the program won an award for its news coverage
  3. The amount of protection given by an insurance policy

  4. The area reached by a particular broadcasting station or advertising medium
    • - a network of eighty transmitters would give nationwide coverage
  5. The manner in which a defender or a defensive team covers a player, an area, or a play


  1. the total amount and type of insurance carried
  2. the extent to which something is covered; "the dictionary's coverage of standard English is excellent"
  3. the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television; "they accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations"
  4. Coverage is the fourth album released by pop singer Mandy Moore, composed exclusively of covers of songs from the 1970s and 1980s.
  5. The coverage of a lens is the size of the image it can produce, measured as the diameter of the image circle produced by the optics. In a camera system the coverage must be large enough to cover the sensor or film used. ...
  6. In statistics, the coverage probability of a confidence interval is the proportion of the time that the interval contains the true value of interest. ...
  7. In telecommunications, the coverage of a radio station is the geographic area where the station can communicate. Broadcasters and telecommunications companies frequently produce coverage maps to indicate to users the station's intended service area. ...
  8. An amount by which something or someone is covered; The amount of space or time given to an event in newspapers or on television
  9. Amount of weather protection provided by the roofing material. Depends on number of layers of material between the exposed surface of the roofing and the deck; i.e., single coverage, double coverage, etc.
  10. The different types of options selected and the benefits paid under a plan or insurance contract.
  11. A marketing term that refers to the percentage of the total market population reached by an advertising message displayed in a given medium; measured at least once a month.
  12. Coverage is just another term for Insurance. It can be used to mean either the dollar amounts of insurance purchased ($500,000 of liability coverage), or the type of loss covered (coverage for theft).
  13. The scope of protection provided under an insurance policy. In property insurance, coverage lists perils insured against, properties covered, locations covered, individuals insured, and the limits of indemnification. In life insurance, living and death benefits are listed.
  14. Extent to which ink covers the surface of a substrate. Ink coverage is usually expressed as light, medium or heavy.
  15. The guarantee to pay if specific losses occur, according to the terms of the insurance policy.
  16. the surface area continuously covered by a specific quantity of a particular roofing material.
  17. This is the margin of safety for payment of debt service on a revenue bond that reflects the number of times the actual and/or estimated project earnings or income for a 12-month period of time exceeds debt service that is payable.
  18. An indeterminate number of more detailed shots which are intended to be intercut with a master shot or scene. (Production)
  19. Benefits available to an individual covered under a dental benefit plan.
  20. The nature of protection afforded by a particular policy. Can be used at times interchangeably with "insurance" or "protection" as "fire coverage" or "fire protection" or "fire insurance."
  21. (Advertising). Coverage is the number of the target market reached. Coverage is usually measured in Average Issue Readership (AIR) for print media.
  22. Estimate of the number of people who have the opportunity to see an insertion in a single publication or schedule. Also known as reach.
  23. The degree, expressed as a percentage, to which a specified coverage item has been exercised by a test suite.
  24. The combined geographic footprint of all the cell sites that comprise a wireless system.
  25. The specific protection provided by the policy against the results of the hazards insured against.