Sinónimos de premium en inglés:

premium

sustantivo

  • 1 a 25-year policy with monthly premiums of £30
    insurance charge, insurance payment, regular payment, instalment
  • 2 customers are reluctant to pay a premium for organic fruit
    surcharge, additional payment, extra amount/charge, additional fee
  • 3 you may receive a foreign service premium and a cost of living allowance
    bonus, extra, percentage, perk, recompense, remuneration, prize, reward; incentive, inducement
    formal perquisite
    historical bounty
  • Frases

    at a premium

    parking space is at a premium in Japanese citiesscarcein great demandlike gold dusthard to come byin short supplythin on the groundfew and far betweennot to be hadrarerare/scarce as hen's teeth informalnot to be had for love or money

    put/place a premium on

  • 1 I place a high premium on the historic relationship between the United States and Britain
    value greatly, attach great/special importance to, set great store by, regard as particularly valuable/important, put a high value on, hold in high regard, appreciate greatly
  • 2 the huge increase in the price of oil put a premium on the coal industry
    make valuable, make invaluable, put a high value on, make essential, make important
  • adjetivo

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  • the quality of premium American table wines improves every year
    superior, premier, high-end, top-end, exclusive, elite, top, select, choice, deluxe, luxurious, classy, prime, first-rate, high-quality, top-quality, high-grade, five-star, fine, finest; Britishupmarket
    [Antónimos] inferior
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