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[ prahy-mij ]
/ ˈpraɪ mɪdʒ /
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noun
a small allowance formerly paid by a shipper to the master and crew of a vessel for the loading and care of the goods: now charged with the freight and retained by the shipowner.
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Origin of primage

1530–40; <Anglo-Latin primāgium;see prime, -age
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British Dictionary definitions for primage

primage
/ (ˈpraɪmɪdʒ) /

noun
NZ tax added to customs duty
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