claim

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈkleɪm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/kleɪm/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(klām)


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claim

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. make an insurance claim
  2. a [disputed, successful, fraudulent] (insurance) claim
  3. a [false, legitimate] claim (to the)
  4. his claim to the [throne, fortune, estate, title]
  5. first claim on the [assets, property]
  6. have no claim to the [money, house, inheritance]
  7. is [assessing, evaluating, processing, investigating] the claim
  8. make a claim under oath
  9. make a claim [in court, to the jury]
  10. made a claim against [her, the defendant]
  11. made exaggerated claims (of)
  12. exaggerated the claims against her
  13. exaggerated (personal) injury claims
  14. a claim of [guilt, innocence]
  15. his claim states that
  16. the claim was [dismissed, proved false]
  17. her [original, previous, former] claim that
  18. (based on) the spurious claim that
  19. is [sticking to, standing by] her claim
  20. [deny, support, dispute, dodge] the claim
  21. resigned [amid, following] claims of [racism, favoritism, a coverup]
  22. has responded to claims (that) she
  23. UK: the [government, Prime Minister] has rejected claims (that)
  24. if he [is able to, can] successfully prove his claim
  25. be asked to prove your claim in court
  26. no [truth, substance, conviction] to the claim
  27. is his (only) claim to fame
  28. is a [big, dangerous] claim to make
  29. that's quite a claim!
  30. that's a bold claim!
  31. make unreasonable claims on [doctors', students'] time
n as adj
  1. a claim check for your [coat, bag, prize]
v
  1. claim an inheritance
  2. claim ownership (of)
  3. claim the [prize, award] money
  4. claim your [reward, prize, inheritance]
  5. claim a lost [suitcase, wallet, item]
  6. [no one, nobody] (has) claimed it (yet)
  7. stepped forward to claim
  8. claim the right to
  9. claim responsibility (for)
  10. has claimed responsibility for the [attack, bombing, killing]
  11. claim for [theft, damages, losses]
  12. claim to [know, be, have, represent]
  13. claim that you [saw, did, heard]
  14. claims to have [seen, discovered, invented]
  15. [some] claim that
  16. claimed (that) he [would, could, had]
  17. claimed by [some, many] (to be)
  18. as has been claimed (by)
  19. as [was, had] previously been claimed
  20. or so he claims
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