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Difference between Comprehensible policy and Comprehensive policy

comprehensible policyan intelligible policy, capable of being understood:

  • The lack of an explicit and comprehensible policy leaves us with many unanswered questions.

comprehensive policy

1. a policy covering numerous political issues:

  • A comprehensive policy must cover a broad range of policy areas, include trade policy, agricultural policy, and so on.

2. an insurance policy that provides coverage in several areas:

  • The comprehensive policy covers accidental loss or damage to the insured vehicle as well as third party liability.