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premium

[ pree-mee-uhm ]
/ ˈpri mi əm /
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noun
adjective
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Idioms about premium

    at a premium,
    1. at an unusually high price.
    2. in short supply; in demand: Housing in that area is at a premium.

Origin of premium

First recorded in 1595–1605, premium is from the Latin word praemium profit, reward

synonym study for premium

2. See bonus.

OTHER WORDS FROM premium

non·pre·mi·um, nounsu·per·pre·mi·um, adjective, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for premium

premium
/ (ˈpriːmɪəm) /

noun

Word Origin for premium

C17: from Latin praemium prize, booty, reward
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Other Idioms and Phrases with premium

premium

see at a premium; put a premium on.

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