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Wha does "asuraganza" mean - I think it's something about insurance.

5 years ago

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I think you mean aseguranza. In some places it's used to mean "insurance," but "seguro" is more common. "Aseguranza" can also mean assurance or security.

5 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Olmet

Anything with "segur" has the root meaning of security or surety. As far as the "anza", maybe a security instrument, like a bond? Can't find any translations.

5 years ago