restaur

noun re·staur
variants: or restor \rə̇ˈstȯ(ə)r\

Definition of restaur

plural -s
1 : the legal recourse that insurers have against each other according to the date of their insurance
2 : the recourse of an insurer against the master of a ship if loss occurs through his negligence; also : the recourse of one against a guarantor or against one under obligation to indemnify

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Origin and Etymology of restaur

restaur from French, alteration (influenced by restaurer to restore) of Old French restor restoration, reparation; restor, alteration (influenced by restore) of restaur, noun


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