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premiership

noun [C or U] uk   us   /ˈprem.i.eə.ʃɪp/

premiership noun [C or U] (POLITICS)

the period when someone is prime minister , or the job of being prime minister

premiership noun [C or U] (SPORT)

(also Premiership) the top football league (= group of competing teams) in England, consisting of 20 teams from England and Wales : The win put Arsenal back at the top of the Premiership. a premiership player (also Premiership) the highest level competition for rugby union in England: Premiership rugby
Translations of “premiership”
in Chinese (Traditional) 總理任期(或職位), 首相任期(或職位)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 总理任期(或职位), 首相任期(或职位)…
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