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premium

US [ˈprimiəm]
UK [ˈpriːmiəm]
  • n.保险费;额外费用;奖金;津贴
  • adj.优质的;昂贵的;价格更高的
  • Web溢价;升水;保费
Plural Form:premiums  
premium
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n.
1.
保险费an amount of money that you pay once or regularly for an insurance policy
a monthly premium of £6.25
每月 6.25 英镑的保险费
2.
额外费用;附加费an extra payment added to the basic rate
You have to pay a high premium for express delivery.
快递须付高额的附加费。
A premium of 10% is paid out after 20 years.
20 年后要付清 10% 的额外费用。
IDM
Space is at a premium in a one-bedroomed apartment.
单居室公寓的空间是很有限的。
Shares are selling at a premium.
这种股票以高于面值的价格出售。
at a premium
稀少;难得if sth isat a premium , there is little of it available and it is difficult to get
Space is at a premium in a one-bedroomed apartment.
单居室公寓的空间是很有限的。
超出平常价;溢价at a higher than normal price
Shares are selling at a premium.
这种股票以高于面值的价格出售。
put/place/set a premium on sb/sth
重视;珍视to think that sb/sth is particularly important or valuable
adj.
1.
[obn]
高昂的;优质的very high (and higher than usual); of high quality
premium prices/products
奇高的价格;优质产品

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