premium

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈpriːmiəm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈprimiəm/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(prēmē əm)


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premium

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. paid a premium for [this meal, this jacket, these features]
  2. bought the [house, car] at a premium
  3. the company's [shares, stocks] were selling at a premium
  4. many people will pay a premium to
  5. [customers, clients] not willing to pay a premium
  6. are going to have to pay a premium for
  7. the premium to be paid [to, for, by]
  8. pay a [$100] (insurance) premium
  9. was an increase in our premium
  10. my insurance premium has gone [up, down]
  11. advertises [low, inexpensive] premiums
  12. [have, get] a salary premium (of 15%)
  13. a [monthly, yearly] premium
  14. a premium of [10%]
  15. places a high premium on [creativity, dedication, ambition, intelligence]
  16. advertises [low, inexpensive] premium options
adj
  1. premium [rates, membership, pay]
  2. pay for premium [access, tickets, service, seating, boarding]
  3. a premium [version, package, subscription]
  4. update to the premium [version]
  5. a premium [member, user, customer]
  6. premium [advertising, exposure, content]
  7. premium [fuel, petrol, gasoline, diesel]
  8. [lock in, fix, establish, set] a premium rate
  9. a [wine, vintage, champagne] made of premium grapes
n as adj
  1. advertises [low, inexpensive] premium options
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