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premiumnoun

uk   us   /ˈpriː.mi.əm/

premium noun (EXTRA)

[C] an amount that is more than usual: We're willing to pay a premium for the best location. Because of their location, these offices attract a premium. The modified cars are available at a premium of five percent over the original price. The busy shopper puts a premium on (= appreciates and will pay more for) finding everything in one big store.
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premium noun (PAYMENT)

C2 [C] an amount of money paid to get insurance: Car insurance premiums have increased this year. The premiums for healthcare plans are high.
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premium noun (FUEL)

[U] (also premium fuel, US also premium gas) the highest quality fuel that can be used in cars

premiumadjective

uk   us   /ˈpriː.mi.əm/
C2 used to refer to something that is of higher than usual quality: premium ice cream The building is on a premium site.
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