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Noun
/ˈpäləsē/,
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policies, plural;
  1. A contract of insurance
    • - they took out a joint policy
  2. An illegal lottery or numbers game


  1. a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group; "it was a policy of retribution"; "a politician keeps changing his policies"
  2. a line of argument rationalizing the course of action of a government; "they debated the policy or impolicy of the proposed legislation"
  3. written contract or certificate of insurance; "you should have read the small print on your policy"
  4. A policy is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcome(s). The term is not normally used to denote what is actually done, this is normally referred to as either procedure or protocol. ...
  5. The art of governance; political science. [14th-18th c.]; A state; a polity. [14th-16th c.]; A set political system; civil administration. [15th-19th c.]; A trick; a stratagem. [15th-19th c.]; A principle of behaviour, conduct etc. ...
  6. (4. Policies) RapidTabs.com's policy applies to all orders: Every customer who buys a product through this program is deemed to be a customer of RapidTabs.com. Affiliate does not have the authority to make or accept any offer on behalf of RapidTabs.com. All RapidTabs. ...
  7. (6.0 Policies) Quality Management Statement: Chromaforge is committed to the idea that every customer should be completely satisfied with the service and product they receive. ...
  8. (8.3 Policies) Client’s participation in the Service shall be subject to all applicable Yext policies including, without limitation, the Privacy Policies posted on any Web Site on which Client listings are published, and any applicable Web Site specification requirements (collectively, “Policies ...
  9. (POLICIES) To better serve our customers and make the purchase process easier, we have outlined our policies below. Please take the time to review the information before placing any bids.
  10. (POLICIES) Usually refers to a provider's acceptable use policies. Most providers prohibit the use of their facilities for sending various forms of unsolicited e-mail; some policies explicitly apply to messages sent to subscribers from elsewhere on the Internet. ...
  11. (Policies (Policy Statements)) Formal policy directives adopted by the Board of Directors that provide the basis for the foundation's activities and management. Such policies include investment, grant making, financial reporting, conflict of interest, etc.
  12. (Policies) All formal and informal decisions about how we carry out our duties and use our powers.
  13. (Policies) Any opinion expressed by a tutor is not necessarily an expression of the opinion of Putney Tutors.
  14. (Policies) Expansionary monetary policy · Contractionary monetary policy · Monetary policy of the USA · Monetary policy of Sweden · Capital requirement
  15. (Policies) General broad guidelines for action to attain specific goals.
  16. (Policies) Green's Plan 'To Bring 100,000 Children Out Of Poverty'
  17. (Policies) In United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) parlance, policies are taken and/or mandated by a government – often in conjunction with business and industry within its own country, or with other countries – to accelerate mitigation and adaptation measures. ...
  18. (Policies) In a computing enviroment, the rules and regulations that specify how a computer should be used.
  19. (Policies) Procedures developed and implemented by government(s) regarding the goal of mitigating climate change through the use of technologies and measures.
  20. (Policies) Set of instructions within Inforem which affect the way it replenishes
  21. (Policies) Special Circumstances
  22. (Policies) Terms, Conditions and Information
  23. (Policies) The written actions or principles that guide the administration, operation, and decision-making of the certification body. Policies are frequently set by the governing board or other entity with authority over the credentialing program. ...
  24. (Policies) These are the ideas and proposals that the different parties have for changing things that they don't like, or improving things they are in favour of.
  25. (Policies) Woodland around mansions in Scotland.