premium quality


premium quality
высшее качество

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  • Premium Quality... Serve Loud! — Infobox Album | Name = Premium Quality... Serve Loud! Type = Album Artist = Peter Pan Speedrock |225px Released = November 5 2001 Recorded = July, August 2001 Genre = Rock Length = 30:35 Label = Suburban Records Producer = Pieter Kloos Reviews =… …   Wikipedia

  • premium — pre|mi|um1 [ˈpri:miəm] n [Date: 1600 1700; : Latin; Origin: praemium profit, reward , from emere to take, buy ] 1.) the cost of insurance, especially the amount that you pay each year ▪ insurance premiums 2.) an additional amount of money, above… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • premium — noun 1 (C) the cost of insurance, especially the amount to pay each year: Insurance premiums are set to rise again | the annual premium 2 (U) especially AmE high­octane (=good quality petrol) 3 premium quality very high quality: premium quality… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • premium — 01. He has expensive tastes, and will only buy [premium] cuts of meat. 02. The yearly [premium] on our house insurance has gone down slightly because we ve never made any claims on it. 03. If you buy [premium] gas for your car, it will run… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • premium — noun / pri:miəm/ 1. a regular payment made to an insurance company for the protection provided by an insurance policy 2. an amount to be paid to a landlord or a tenant for the right to take over a lease ● flat to let with a premium of £10,000 ●… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • premium — / pri:miəm/ noun 1. the amount added to a normal price or rate for a product or service 2. free gift offered to a prospective purchaser as an inducement to make a purchase ▪▪▪ ‘…greenmail, the practice of buying back stock at a premium from an… …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • premium — pre·mi·um / prē mē əm/ n 1: the difference between the face value or par value of a security and its market price when the latter is greater compare discount 2: the price paid for an insurance contract equal to the cost per unit times the number… …   Law dictionary

  • Premium pricing — is the practice of keeping the price of a product or service artificially high in order to encourage favorable perceptions among buyers, based solely on the price.cite book | last = Gittings | first = Christopher | title = The Advertising… …   Wikipedia

  • premium price — ➔ price1 * * * premium price UK US noun [C] COMMERCE ► a high price for something that is of high quality, unusual, or hard to get: »A shrewd blend of marketing, technology, and service has enabled the company to charge premium prices …   Financial and business terms

  • quality — qual·i·ty n pl ties 1: a special, distinctive, or essential character: as a: a character, position, or role assumed those acts of ownership, which the person called to the succession can only do in quality of heir Louisiana Civil Code b: the… …   Law dictionary

  • premium — [prē′mē əm] n. pl. premiums [L praemium, reward, recompense < prae , before + emere, to take: see PRE & REDEEM] 1. a reward or prize, esp. one offered free or at a special low price as an added inducement to buy or do something; bonus 2. an… …   English World dictionary

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