retrocede

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To grant back
To go back

Hospitals retrenched in the '30s while the general practitioners retroceded into a bygone era.

{v} to cede or grant back
To cede or grant back; as, to retrocede a territory to a former proprietor
{f} go back, recede, retire; give back, return, cede again (esp. territory)
retrocession
The transfer of risk from one reinsurer to another
retrocession
The return of land, etc. that was previously ceded
retrocession
{n} the act of going or ceding back
retrocession
A reinsurance of reinsurance Example: Company B has accepted reinsurance from Company A, and then obtains for itself, on such business assumed, reinsurance from Company "C" This secondary reinsurance is called a Retrocession The transaction whereby a reinsurer cedes to another reinsurer all or part of the reinsurance it has previously assumed
retrocession
Metastasis of an eruption or a tumor from the surface to the interior of the body
retrocession
The act of retroceding
retrocession
A reinsurance transaction whereby a reinsurer (the retrocedant) cedes all or part of the reinsurance risk it has assumed to another reinsurer (the retrocessionaire)
retrocession
In insurance, the act of a reinsuring company that has accepted a particular risk in ceding the risk to still another company A cession of reinsurance by a reinsurer to another reinsurer
retrocession
A process by which a reinsurer obtains reinsurance from another company
retrocession
The state of being retroceded, or granted back
retrocession
A reinsurance of reinsurance Example: Company “B” has accepted reinsurance from Company “A”, and then obtains for itself, on such business assumed, reinsurance from Company “C” This secondary reinsurance is called a Retrocession The transaction whereby a reinsurer cedes to another reinsurer all or part of the reinsurance it has previously assumed
retrocession
Process by which a reinsurer obtains reinsurance from another company
retrocession
The reinsurance of reinsurance, e g a company reinsures a risk that it has accepted from another insurer
retrocession
{i} withdrawal, act of going back, recession; act of giving back, act of returning, act of ceding again (esp. territory)
retrocede

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    ret·ro·cede

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    Etymologie

    [ "re-trO-'sEd ] (verb.) 1654. Latin retrocedere, from retro- + cedere to go, cede.

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