Translation: from english

premium product

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  • premium — /ˈprimiəm / (say preemeeuhm) noun 1. a prize to be won in a competition. 2. a bonus, gift, or sum additional to price, wages, interest, or the like. 3. a bonus, prize, or the like, offered as an inducement to buy a product. 4. the amount paid or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • premium — I. noun Etymology: Latin praemium booty, profit, reward, from prae + emere to take, buy more at redeem Date: 1601 1. a. a reward or recompense for a particular act b. a sum over and above a regular price paid chiefly as an inducement or incentive …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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