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premium 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈprēmēəm/,
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premiums, plural;
  1. An amount to be paid for an insurance policy

  2. A sum added to an ordinary price or charge
    • - customers are reluctant to pay a premium for organic fruit
  3. A sum added to interest or wages; a bonus

  4. Relating to or denoting a commodity or product of superior quality and therefore a higher price
    • - premium beers
  5. The amount by which the price of a share or other security exceeds its issue price, its nominal value, or the value of the assets it represents
    • - the fund has traded at a premium of 12%
  6. Something given as a reward, prize, or incentive
    • - the Society of Arts awarded him a premium

  1. payment for insurance
  2. having or reflecting superior quality or value; "premium gasoline at a premium price"
  3. the amount that something in scarce supply is valued above its nominal value; "they paid a premium for access to water"
  4. agio: a fee charged for exchanging currencies
  5. a prize, bonus, or award given as an inducement to purchase products, enter competitions initiated by business interests, etc.; "they encouraged customers with a premium for loyal patronage"
  6. bounty: payment or reward (especially from a government) for acts such as catching criminals or killing predatory animals or enlisting in the military
  7. Premium is a 2006 romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Pete Chatmon.
  8. In law and economics, insurance is a form of risk management primarily used to hedge against the risk of a contingent, uncertain loss. Insurance is defined as the equitable transfer of the risk of a loss, from one entity to another, in exchange for payment. ...
  9. A prize or award; Something offered at a reduced price as an inducement to buy something else; A bonus paid in addition to normal payments; The amount to be paid for an insurance policy; An unusually high value; The amount by which a security's value exceeds its face value; Superior in quality; ...
  10. (Premiums) The amount you pay to secure your life cover. Usually paid monthly but can be paid annually & sometimes quarterly. You must maintain your payments if you wish to maintain the cover.
  11. (Premiums) The money paid to insurance companies for health care coverage. With employee groups, premiums are usually paid on a monthly basis.
  12. (Premiums) payments to an insurance company providing coverage.
  13. (PREMIUMS) An incentive such as a free magnet or t-shirt with your logo.
  14. (Premiums (or "Price Tags")) The cost that is deducted from your paycheck for the benefit plans you elected.
  15. (Premiums) A premium is a good offered free or at a low cost to encourage consumers to buy a particular product. Companies can also offer premiums in the form of reusable containers bearing names and logos in order to help promote other products. ...
  16. (Premiums) A type of sales promotion in which merchandise is given free or at a reduced price to purchasers of products or visitors to a store.
  17. (Premiums) Amounts charged for insurance coverage. Premium factors include loss experience and exposure.
  18. (Premiums) Free merchandise that is typically branded and handed out to race fans as part of an activation strategy.
  19. (Premiums) Items purchased with personal money and cannot be bought with bounty. (also known as prems)
  20. (Premiums) Souvenir merchandise, produced to promote a sponsor's involvement with a property (customized with the names/logos of the sponsor and the property).
  21. (Premiums) The money paid to Delta Dental for each month of dental coverage for the Primary Enrollee and the Primary Enrollee's enrolled family members. Payment may be submitted monthly (through EFT), quarterly, semiannually, or annually.
  22. (Premiums) The term for the payments you make in return for your insurance cover. These are usually collected on a monthly basis.
  23. (Premiums) These items required that you buy something to receive them. Usually it involves kids foods and points, UPC codes or boxtops. A good example would be cereal toys.
  24. (premiums) the additional payments made by companies that trade fairly
  25. Total premiums written. All compulsory premiums in the financial year, from insurance policies in direct business and reinsurance business accepted.