Definition of

Deductible

Deductible
Insurance: the amount of a loss that is not insured.

Example: let's say your car is damaged and it costs $2,000 to repair. Your insurance policy has a $500 deductible, so they may only pay $1,500 (you have to pay the first $500).
 
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