premium

From Latin praemium (prize).

See also: prémium

English

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Etymology

Pronunciation

Adjective

premium (not comparable)

  1. Superior in quality; higher in price or value.
  2. (automotive) High-end; belonging to the market segment between mid-market and luxury.
    Coordinate terms: economy, luxury

Descendants

  • German: premium
  • Spanish: premium, prémium

Translations

Noun

premium (plural premiums or premia)

  1. A prize or award.
  2. Something offered at a reduced price as an inducement to buy something else.
  3. A bonus paid in addition to normal payments.
  4. (insurance) The amount to be paid for an insurance policy.
  5. An unusually high value.
    (Can we add an example for this sense?)
  6. (finance) The amount by which a security's value exceeds its face value.
    Antonym: discount

Usage notes

  • Premia is much less common than premiums, accounting for less than 1% of total usage in US (COCA) and in UK (BNC).

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French

Noun

premium m (plural premiums)

  1. premium

German

Alternative forms

Etymology

English premium

Pronunciation

Adjective

premium (indeclinable, predicative only)

  1. (advertising, often in compounds) premium
    Synonym: hochwertig

Declension

Indeclinable, predicative-only.

Derived terms

Related terms

Further reading

  • premium” in Duden online
  • premium” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache

Indonesian

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Etymology

Learned borrowing from Latin praemium (prize). Doublet of premi.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [preˈmiʊm]
  • Hyphenation: pre‧mi‧um

Noun

prémium

  1. premium:
    Synonym: premi
    1. a prize, a reward.
      Synonym: hadiah
    2. a premium: money paid for e.g. an insurance.
  2. something premium (superior in quality; higher in price or value).
    Pusat Informasi Harga Pangan Strategis Nasional mencatat rata-rata harga gula pasir kualitas premium (per kg) harian di pasar modern di beberapa provinsi telah menyentuh angka Rp 14,33 ribu per kg.[1]The National Strategic Food Price Information Center noted that the average daily price of premium quality granulated sugar (per kg) in modern markets in several provinces has reach the figure of Rp. 14.33 thousand per kg.
    1. (colloquial) Pertamina's petrol or gasoline product with octane rating of 88.(Can we verify this sense?)
      Bensin dengan merek Premium (RON 88) yang dijual PT Pertamina (Persero) dan Revvo 89 (RON 89) yang dijual PT Vivo Energy Indonesia tidak boleh lagi dijual mulai tahun depan.Gasoline of Pertamina's Premium and Vivo's Revvo 89 cannot be sold from next year.
    2. (in extension) petrol, gasoline(Can we verify this sense?)
      Pemerintah batal menghapuskan Bahan Bakar Minyak (BBM) jenis bensin dengan nilai oktan (RON) 88 alias Premium dari pasaran.[2]Government cancel the abolishment of fuel (BBM) with an octane rating (RON) of 88 or Premium from the market.

References

  1. ^ Agus Dwi Darmawan (15 April 2022), “Harga Gula Pasir Kualitas Premium di Papua Barat Rp 18.850 per Kg”, in databoks
  2. ^ Cantika Adinda Putri (02 February 2022), “Batal Dihapus, Bensin Premium Dibiarkan Musnah Sendiri!”, in CNBC Indonesia

Further reading


Spanish

Alternative forms

Etymology

Unadapted borrowing from English premium.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈpɾemjum/ [ˈpɾe.mjũm]
  • Rhymes: -emjum
  • Hyphenation: pre‧mium

Adjective

premium (invariable)

  1. premium
    • 2021 April 23, Iñigo Domínguez, “La Superliga o la obsesión ‘premium’”, in El País[1], retrieved 2022-03-21:
      Nos domina hace tiempo una obsesión premium, de sentirnos en el lado caro de la historia.
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
    • 2022 February 25, Jorge Morla, “¿Quién controlará la publicidad en el metaverso?”, in El País[2]:
      ¿Y cuántas quejas de usuarios hay por el reciente aumento de anuncios en Youtube (aumento que se puede combatir suscribiéndose a la versión premium de la plataforma)?
      (please add an English translation of this quote)

Usage notes

According to Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) prescriptions, unadapted foreign words should be written in italics in a text printed in roman type, and vice versa, and in quotation marks in a manuscript text or when italics are not available. In practice, this RAE prescription is not always followed.